HYDERABAD DECLARATION 2020

BROAD THEME

MONEY POWER IN POLITICS
Political Parties and Indian Democracy, Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan

SUB-THEMES

PARTY MAINTENANCE
CANDIDATE SELECTION
POLITICAL CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURE
VOTE BUYING
PARTY MAINTENANCE

 

Clientilism, Alen Hicken

Moving from clientelist politics toward a welfare regime: evidence from the 2009 assembly election in Andhra Pradesh, Carolyn Elliot

Political Clientelism, Democracy, and Market Economy, Luis Roniger

Clientelism as political monopoly, Susan Stokes

Everyday Corruption and the Political Mediation of the Indian State

CANDIDATE SELECTION

Entry Barriers in Politics – Time for Change, Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan

POLITICAL CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURE

 

Indian Elections -Campaign Finance Report, Dr.Jayaprakash Narayan

Poll Expenditure, The 2019 Elections, Centre for Media Studies

Political Funding Reform in India, Lok Satta

VOTE BUYING

 

Cash for Votes: Evidence from India, Anirban Mitra, Shabana Mitra, & Arnab Mukherji

Despising Politicians is Dangerous for Democracy, Lok Satta

Does Clientelism Work? A test of guessability in India, Mark Schneider

Diminishing the Effectiveness of Vote Buying: Experimental Evidence from a Persuasive Radio Campaign in India, Donald P. Green & Sreenivasan Vasudevan

Institutional Performance and Vote Buying in India, Oliver Heath & Louise Tillin

Elections for Sale: The Causes and Consequences of Vote Buying, Frederic Charles

What is vote buying? The Limits of the Market Model, Frederic Charles Schaffer & Andreas Schedler

A Market Equilibrium Approach to Reduce the Incidence of Vote-Buying: Evidence from Uganda, Horacio Larreguy, Benjamin Marx, Otis Reid & Christopher Blattman