Edited by Roger D. Congleton and Arye L. Hillman
Often contests involve the determination of the policies that are the source of rents, with prospective gainers and losers seeking to influence policy decisions and policy makers having an interest in the policy outcome. Policy-contest models describe the equilibrium outcomes that can arise.
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