To Vote or Not to Vote: The Merits and Limits of Rational Choice Theory
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To Vote or Not to Vote: The Merits and Limits of Rational Choice Theory

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What makes people decide to vote? In addressing this simple question, André Blais examines the factors that increase or decrease turnout at the aggregate, cross-national level and considers what affects people’s decision to vote or to abstain. In doing so, Blais assesses the merits and limitations of the rational choice model in explaining voter behavior. The past few deca...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published August 3rd 2000 by University of Pittsburgh Press (first published January 1st 2000)
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Jean-François Lisée
Dans ce livre savant, le chercheur montréalais André Blais confronte la théorie du choix rationnel à la décision de participer à un scrutin et conclut que la rationalité n'est pas seule en cause.

Voir l'entrevue qu'il m'a accordée à ce sujet: http://www.cerium.ca/Le-mystere-des-r...
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