Annual Review of Political Science (2003, Vol 6) by Margaret Levi, Nelson W. Polsby (Editors)

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One is what we might think of as a “baseline” process in which governments are continually exposed to critical events; their ability to withstand these depends on various attributes of the governments, but the underlying risk of government termination remains constant. Superimposed on this is a process generated by the constitutionally mandated cycle of regular elections, with a government’s incentives to cut and run, and hence the underlying risk of government termination, increasing significantly as a scheduled election approaches.

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