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Distributive Politics and Electoral Incentives: Evidence from Seven US State Legislatures A comment (note 2012)
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Article data used seven state Houses of Representatives (Arizona  + , Colorado  + , Louisiana  + , Missouri  + , Ohio  + , Oklahoma  + , and South Dakota) 1993–2004; amount of money district receives from state budget  + , who represents the district in the legislature and whether this legislator can run for re-election under the state’s term limit laws  + , State and Local Government Finance (SLGF) database and Public Elementary–Secondary Education Finance (PESEF) database  + , geographical boundary data provided by US Census Bureau Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing System (TIGER)  +
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Article journal [[:Category:note|note]]
Article methods and estimation Fixed effects (FE) , Clustering
Article origin of data used USA
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Article year 2012
Articleauthors Per Pettersson-Lidbom +
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Replication JEL codes D72 , H70
Replication authors Toke S. Aidt , Julia Shvets
Replication authors statement 1 - rejected results  +
Replication call into question 1 - yes  +
Replication edition 3
Replication journal [[:Category:AEJ:EP|AEJ:EP]]
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Replication pages 1-29
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Replication result 2 - different results  +
Replication type 3 - reproduction (new methods)  +
Replication year 2012
Categories Replication  + , Note 2012  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 18 March 2019 18:18:38  +
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