Abstract and Keywords
This article discusses four kinds of political science experiments that use the political theory/formal theory approach. These are committee decision-making, elections and candidate competition, information aggregation, and voter turnout and participation games. Each kind of experiment is examined in detail.
Keywords: experiments, political science, political theory approach, formal theory approach, committee decision-making, elections and candidate competition, information aggregation, voter turnout and participation games
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