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Dodge Cahan
Dodge Cahan
Department of Economics, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
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Electoral cycles in government employment: Evidence from US gubernatorial elections
D Cahan
European Economic Review 111, 122-138, 2019
422019
The Democrat-Republican presidential growth gap and the partisan balance of the state governments
D Cahan, N Potrafke
Public Choice 189 (3), 577-601, 2021
182021
Government ideology and monetary policy in OECD countries
D Cahan, L Doerr, N Potrafke
Public Choice 181 (3), 215-238, 2019
162019
Nonconvergent electoral equilibria under scoring rules: Beyond plurality
D Cahan, A Slinko
Journal of Public Economic Theory 19 (2), 445-460, 2017
9*2017
Electoral competition under best-worst voting rules
D Cahan, A Slinko
Social Choice and Welfare 51, 259-279, 2018
82018
Asymmetric equilibria in spatial competition under weakly concave scoring rules
D Cahan, J McCabe-Dansted, A Slinko
Economics letters 167, 71-74, 2018
32018
Unification of oligopolistic markets for a homogeneous good in the presence of an antitrust commission
R Bajo-Buenestado, D Cahan
Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade 15, 239-256, 2015
32015
Equilibria on a circular market when consumers do not always buy from the closest firm
D Keehan, D Cahan, J McCabe-Dansted, A Slinko
Review of Economic Design 26 (3), 285-306, 2022
22022
Spatial competition on 2-dimensional markets and networks when consumers don’t always go to the closest firm
D Cahan, HH Chen, L Christie, A Slinko
International Journal of Game Theory 50 (4), 945-970, 2021
22021
Institutions, Political Modernization, and Conflict: Three Essays in Political Economy
D Wolf
University of California, Irvine, 2020
2020
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