Redistribution, Voting and Clientelism

Many democracies around the world feature pervasive clientelist practices. How these systems emerge and persist is a central question in political economy. Bruno Caprettini and Miriam Venturini discuss how voting and clientelism
respond to a major redistribution policy, the 1950 Italian land reform.

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