Jonathan Bendor
Jonathan Bendor
Professor, Graduate School of Business
Verified email at stanford.edu
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Rethinking Allison's models
J Bendor, TH Hammond
American Political Science Review 86 (2), 301-322, 1992
6181992
Theories of delegation
J Bendor, A Glazer, T Hammond
Annual review of political science 4 (1), 235-269, 2001
5952001
The evolution of norms
J Bendor, P Swistak
American Journal of Sociology 106 (6), 1493-1545, 2001
4462001
Spatial models of delegation
J Bendor, A Meirowitz
American Political Science Review, 293-310, 2004
4422004
Parallel systems: Redundancy in government
JB Bendor
Univ of California Press, 1985
3781985
When in doubt... Cooperation in a noisy prisoner's dilemma
J Bendor, RM Kramer, S Stout
Journal of conflict resolution 35 (4), 691-719, 1991
3641991
Institutional structure and the logic of ongoing collective action
J Bendor, D Mookherjee
American Political Science Review 81 (1), 129-154, 1987
3641987
An adaptive model of bureaucratic politics
J Bendor, TM Moe
The American Political Science Review, 755-774, 1985
3261985
Recycling the garbage can: An assessment of the research program
J Bendor, TM Moe, KW Shotts
American Political Science Review, 169-190, 2001
3152001
Recycling the garbage can: An assessment of the research program
J Bendor, TM Moe, KW Shotts
American Political Science Review, 169-190, 2001
3102001
Formal models of bureaucracy
J Bendor
British Journal of Political Science 18 (3), 353-395, 1988
308*1988
Formal models of bureaucracy
J Bendor
British Journal of Political Science 18 (3), 353-395, 1988
308*1988
Bureaucratic expertise versus legislative authority: A model of deception and monitoring in budgeting
J Bendor, S Taylor, R Van Gaalen
American Political Science Review 79 (4), 1041-1060, 1985
2801985
A behavioral model of turnout
J Bendor, D Diermeier, M Ting
American political science review, 261-280, 2003
2772003
The evolutionary stability of cooperation
J Bendor, P Swistak
American Political Science Review 91 (2), 290-307, 1997
2491997
Politicians, bureaucrats, and asymmetric information
J Bendor, S Taylor, R Van Gaalen
American Journal of Political Science, 796-828, 1987
2101987
A behavioral theory of elections
J Bendor, D Diermeier, DA Siegel, M Ting
Princeton University Press, 2011
1602011
A behavioral theory of elections
J Bendor, D Diermeier, DA Siegel, M Ting
Princeton University Press, 2011
1602011
A model of muddling through
J Bendor
American Political Science Review 89 (4), 819-840, 1995
1601995
In good times and bad: Reciprocity in an uncertain world
J Bendor
American Journal of Political Science, 531-558, 1987
1521987
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