Business; Political Science
Estimates vote functions for presidential, House and Senate elections following the premise that vote functions are likely to be related. Use of a seemingly unrelated regressions technique adapted to the case of unequal numbers of observations across equations; On-year versus mid-term congressional elections parameters; Influence of economic variables on election outcomes; Incumbency effects.
Published in Journal of Politics, Volume 55, Issue 1, 1993, pages 207-217.
© 1993 by Cambridge University Press