EITM Controlling the Bureaucracy. John Aldrich Duke University Arthur Lupia University of Michigan. Implications of MultipleBranch. K. Shepsle and B. Weingast, “The Institutional Foundations of Committee Power,”
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If 0A1/3d*=1-A. If 1/3A1d*=2/3.
Congress always prefers to have a veto.
For large A, the agent prefers the same.
The veto implies freedom.
Change policy range from [1,1] to [-R,R]
As R grows, d grows.
If asymmetric change.
–R (rel to R) d.
If R grows more and A>1/3, d shrinks.Epstein-O’Halloran Conclusions