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The Logic of Delegation: Congressional Parties and the Appropriations Process

Kiewiet, D. Roderick and McCubbins, Mathew D. (1991) The Logic of Delegation: Congressional Parties and the Appropriations Process. American politics and political economy. University of Chicago Press , Chicago, IL. ISBN 9780226435299.

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Additional Information:© 1991 University of Chicago Press. We would like to thank the research assistants who have worked with u on this project: Scott Ainsworth, Marla Davison, Michael Greenberg, Shayn, O'Halloran, Bill Laury, David Moon, Suisherng Zhao, Brtian Sala, Kenneth Williams, and especially David Falleck andEric Claus, who collected much of the raw data. We thank Keith Poole for providing us with his data on congressional members' NOMINATE scores and Samuel Bookheimer for sending us his appropriations data. we would also like to thank George Pigman, Pamela Easley, Eloisa Imel, Tom Boyce, Debbie McGougan, Carol Pearson, Phyllis Pugh, Marty Hertzel, and Kathryn Kraynik for their assistance in preparing this book for publication. We have benefited from the comments, criticism, and advice provided by a large number of friends and colleagues, who are listed in alphabetical order: Joel Aberbach, Jim Alt, Stanley Bach, Kim Border, Tom Brock, Bruce Cain, Gary Cox, Lance Davis, Bob Erickson, Richard Fenno, John Ferejohn, Moris Fiorina, Gary Jacobson, Sam Kernell, Morgan Kousser, John Ledyard, Nick Masters, Gary Miller, Douglass North, Peter Ordeshook, H. L. Perry, Charles Plott, Keith Poole, David Rohde, Howard Rosenthal, Thomas Schwartz, Kenneth Shepsle, Steven Smith, Matt Spitzer, Charles Stewart, Barry Weingast, Joe White, Rick Wilson, and Chris Wlezian. We are particularly indebted to Roger Noll, who, after reading early drafts of some of the chapters, was able to tell us what this book is really about. That this book has been published now (as opposed to considerably later) is due largely to the efforts of our editor, John Tryneski. Finally, we thank the California Institute of Technology, the University of Texas, the Business School at Washington University, and the University of California at San Diego for the support they provided us. Mr. McCubbins acknowledges the support of the National Science Foundation, grants SES-8421161 and SES-8811022.
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