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|2012 ||Voters prefer more qualified mayors, but does it matter for public finances? Evidence for Germany||Freier, Ronny / Thomasius, Sebastian
|2013 ||Elected or Appointed? How the Nomination Scheme of the City Manager Influences the Effects of Government Fragmentation||Garmann, Sebastian
|2000 ||Central Governance or Subsidiarity: A Property-Rights Approach to Federalism||Lülfesmann, Christoph
|2007 ||Are the elderly a threat to educational expenditures?||Cattaneo, Maria Alejandra / Wolter, Stefan C.
|2007 ||Voting, lobbying, and the decentralization theorem||Lockwood, Benjamin
|2008 ||The political competition-economic performance puzzle: evidence from the OECD countries and the Italian regions||Padovano, Fabio / Ricciuti, Roberto
|2009 ||Fiscal competition over taxes and public inputs : theory and evidence||Hauptmeier, Sebastian / Mittermaier, Ferdinand / Rincke, Johannes
|2009 ||Fiscal rules and the opportunistic behaviour of the incumbent politician: evidence from Italian municipalities||Bartolini, David / Santolini, Raffaella
|2013 ||Evidence on the Political Principal-Agent Problem from Voting on Public Finance for Concert Halls||Potrafke, Niklas
|2009 ||Do re-election probabilities influence public investment?||Fiva, Jon H. / Natvik, Gisle James