Peter Buisseret

Peter Buisseret’s research is principally focused on political economy theory and an understanding of how political institutions, such as legislative processes and electoral rules, affect collective decision-making in societies.

To date, his work has focused on the comparative performance of parliamentary versus presidential systems, the design of dynamic reform strategies in environments in which there is uncertainty about who will hold future political power, and the consequences of partisanship for democratic accountability. He studies these questions using game-theoretic, mathematical models that can produce empirical predictions and help identify policy implications.

His work has been published in, or is forthcoming at, The American Political Science Review, The American Journal of Political ScienceThe Journal of Politics and Games and Economic Behavior.

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