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Asymmetric Information and The Coherence of Legislation: A Correction

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 August 2014

David Austen-Smith
University of Rochester
William H. Riker
University of Rochester


In the September 1987 issue of this Review, we developed a game-theoretic model of committee or legislative decision making, showing the extent to which members may have incentives to share, or conceal, information. Because the formal analysis and statement of results for this model were in error, we offer this correction.

Research Notes
Copyright © American Political Science Association 1990

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