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    • Citizens or lobbies: who controls policy? 

      Roberti P (2019)
      This paper analyzes a model of electoral competition with uncertainty on the policy implemented by candidates. I show that this uncertainty can induce risk-averse voters to elect politicians whose policies are biased. I ...
    • Global Liquidity and Structural Change in Emerging Markets 

      Huzel, Mario (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, 2018)
      During the past three decades, cross-border capital flows and increased financial globalization have figured prominently among the hot debated topics of economists and policy makers. On the one hand, this is a consequence ...
    • Politicians’ coherence and government debt 

      Bellettini G; Roberti P (Springer New York LLC, 2019)
      We model a society that values coherence between the long-term commitment of politicians to given levels of public good provision and current policy. In that context, we suggest a novel mechanism by which issuing government ...
    • Populism and institutional capture 

      Chesterley N; Roberti P (Elsevier B.V., 2018)
      This paper analyzes the relationship between populism and institutional capture. Populist politicians provide voters with a utility boom followed by a subsequent bust. Non-populists provide a constant level of utility. ...
    • State capacity and repression: A model of colonial rule 

      Roberti P (Elsevier B.V., 2019)
      State capacity in colonial regimes can have spillover effects on the welfare of citizens if the colonizer is removed. This work shows that when spillovers are positive, investments in state capacity and repression by the ...
    • Zukunftsfähige Entwicklung und generative Organisationskulturen: Wie wir Systeme anders wahrnehmen und Veränderung gestalten können 

      Metzner-Szigeth A (Oekom Verlag, 2018)
      Welche Möglichkeiten gibt es, die Zukunftsfähigkeit von Gesellschaften zu steigern? Wie lassen sich Organisationskulturen gestalten, die den wachsenden Anforderungen gerecht werden? Was können Interventionen beitragen, ...