Five Studies on the Causes and Consequences of Voter Turnout

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Title: Five Studies on the Causes and Consequences of Voter Turnout
Author: Fowler, Anthony George
Citation: Fowler, Anthony George. 2013. Five Studies on the Causes and Consequences of Voter Turnout. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
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Abstract: In advanced democracies, many citizens abstain from participating in the political process. Does low and unequal voter turnout influence partisan election results or public policies? If so, how can participation be increased and how can the electorate become more representative of the greater population?
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