Cesar Martinelli
Cesar Martinelli
Professor of Economics, George Mason University
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Would rational voters acquire costly information?
C Martinelli
Journal of Economic Theory 129 (1), 225-251, 2006
2402006
Deception and misreporting in a social program
C Martinelli, SW Parker
Journal of the European Economic Association 7 (4), 886-908, 2009
2102009
A Bayesian model of voting in juries
J Duggan, C Martinelli
Games and Economic Behavior 37 (2), 259-294, 2001
1612001
Small firms, borrowing constraints, and reputation
C Martinelli
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 33 (1), 91-105, 1997
1301997
A spatial theory of media slant and voter choice
J Duggan, C Martinelli
The Review of Economic Studies 78 (2), 640-666, 2011
1292011
Policy platforms, campaign spending and voter participation
H Herrera, DK Levine, C Martinelli
Journal of Public Economics 92 (3-4), 501-513, 2008
124*2008
Sequencing of economic reforms in the presence of political constraints
C Martinelli, M Tommasi
Economics & Politics 9 (2), 115-131, 1997
119*1997
Elections with privately informed parties and voters
C Martinelli
Public Choice 108 (1-2), 147-167, 2001
872001
The political economy of dynamic elections: Accountability, commitment, and responsiveness
J Duggan, C Martinelli
Journal of Economic Literature 55 (3), 916-84, 2017
71*2017
Rational ignorance and voting behavior
C Martinelli
International Journal of Game Theory 35 (3), 315-335, 2007
712007
Group formation and voter participation
H Herrera, C Martinelli
Theoretical Economics 1 (4), 461-487, 2006
512006
Should transfers to poor families be conditional on school attendance? A household bargaining perspective
C Martinelli, SW Parker
International Economic Review 44 (2), 523-544, 2003
442003
Ignorance and bias in collective decisions
A Elbittar, A Gomberg, C Martinelli, TR Palfrey
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2016
39*2016
Simple plurality versus plurality runoff with privately informed voters
C Martinelli
Social Choice and Welfare 19 (4), 901-919, 2002
392002
Cheating and incentives: Learning from a policy experiment
C Martinelli, SW Parker, AC Pérez-Gea, R Rodrigo
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 10 (1), 298-325, 2018
272018
When are stabilizations delayed? Alesina–Drazen revisited
C Martinelli, R Escorza
European Economic Review 51 (5), 1223-1245, 2007
272007
Policy reversals and electoral competition with privately informed parties
C Martinelli, A Matsui
Journal of Public Economic Theory 4 (1), 39-61, 2002
242002
Do school subsidies promote human capital investment among the poor?
C Martinelli, SW Parker
Scandinavian Journal of Economics 110 (2), 261-276, 2008
212008
Electoral accountability and responsive democracy
J Duggan, C Martinelli
The Economic Journal 130 (627), 675-715, 2020
172020
Oligarchy, democracy, and state capacity
H Herrera, C Martinelli
Economic Theory 52 (1), 165-186, 2013
162013
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