|Tipo de ítem||Ubicación actual||Colección||Signatura||Copia número||Estado||Fecha de vencimiento||Código de barras||Reserva de ítems|
|Libro||Claustro 2do piso||Libro||324.282 M977n (Navegar estantería)||Ej.1||Disponible||100163167|
|Libro||Claustro 2do piso||Libro||324.282 M977n (Navegar estantería)||Ej.2||Disponible||100163168|
Non-policy politics -- A demand-side model of non-policy politics -- Tracing political preferences and party organization in Argentina and Chile -- Mapping voter preference in Argentina and Chile -- Party organization: how activists reach voters -- Votersʹ preferences and partiesʹ electoral offers -- Party activists and their conditional effect on the vote -- Targeting patronage in Argentina and Chile -- Back to policy offers -- Non-policy politics and electoral responsiveness.
"Political parties can select the policies they offer, but have different reputations for competence, unequal capacity to mobilize activists, and different resources to deliver pork and patronage. These are crucial non-policy resources shaping their electoral success. We show how these non-policy resources also shape parties' ideological positions and which type of electoral offers they target to poorer or richer voters. Hence, non-policy politics shapes both electoral success and which voters get what. We describe how the book assesses voters' non-policy preferences with detailed survey and administrative data from Argentina and Chile, including a novel methodology for measuring partisan networks, and how those preferences shapes parties policy and non-policy offers"--
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