The Australian Electoral System: Origins, Variations and Consequences By David M. Farrell, Ian McAllister
Publisher UNSW Press | ISBN: 0868408581 | edition 2005 | PDF | 215 pages | 1,59 Mb
The Australian Electoral System provides the first-ever comprehensive study of the design of Australian electoral systems. It focuses on the two electoral systems, both 'preferential', that are most closely associated with Australia: namely the alternative vote and the single transferable vote.The book covers
four main themes. First, it traces the origins of Australia's electoral systems, explaining how and why Australia ended up with such a relatively unique arrangement. Second, it explores the range of variation in the detail of how the various schemes operate--variations which can have significant behavioral and electoral consequences. Third, it uses aggregate and survey data to systematically analyse the consequences of electoral system design. Fourth, it examines voter reaction to these systems, both in Australia and also cross-nationally.
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