Estimation of party/candidate ideological positions that correspond to a Nash equilibrium along a one-dimensional space
|License:||GPL (>= 2)|
nopp is a package for
R which enables to compute party/candidate ideological positions that correspond to a Nash Equilibrium along a one-dimensional space. It accommodates alternative motivations in (each) party strategy while allowing to estimate the uncertainty around their optimal positions through two different procedures (bootstrap and MC).
Luigi Curini, Stefano M. Iacus
Maintainer: Luigi Curini <email@example.com>, Stefano M. Iacus <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Adams, James F., Samuel Merrill III, and Bernard Grofman (2005). A Unified Theory of Party Competition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Merrill, Samuel III, and James Adams (2001), Computing Nash Equilibria in Probabilistic, Multiparty Spatial Models with Nonpolicy Components, Political Analysis, 9, 347–61
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