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"an international journal covering all aspects of voting, the central act in the democratic process.... It publishes fully refereed papers, both theoretical and empirical, on such topics as relationships between votes and seats, and between election outcomes and politicians' reactions; historical, sociological, or geographical correlates of voting behaviour; rational choice analysis of political acts, and critiques of such analyses; the formal and behavioural properties of electoral systems; and work in game theory, political economy, or social choice relevant to elections.... Electoral Studies also provides comprehensive descriptive coverage of national elections and referendums in the democratic world in its 'Notes on Recent Elections' and 'National Elections: the cycle of elections' features."