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Czar Rule in the Russian Congress of People's Deputies?

Myagkov, Mikhail and Kiewiet, D. Roderick (1996) Czar Rule in the Russian Congress of People's Deputies? Legislative Studies Quarterly, 21 (1). pp. 5-40. ISSN 0362-9805.

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Czar Rule in the Russian congress of People's Deputies, to characterize equilibrium strategies pursued by an agenda-setting Speaker. In conjunction with the information about the distribution of preferences in the RCPD, our Czar Rule model yields several testable hypotheses. The model receives some empirical backing, but overall the results of our analysis do not support it. We therefore, attribute the conflict between the Yeltsin government and the RCPD to fundamental disagreements over policy and not to internal contradictions in constitutional design.

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Official Citation:Myagkov, Mikhail G., and D. Roderick Kiewiet. 1996. “Czar Rule in the Russian Congress of People's Deputies?”. Legislative Studies Quarterly 21 (1). [Wiley, Comparative Legislative Research Center]: 5–40.
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