Legislative Yuan

Positive Agenda Setting in the Taiwanese Legislature: Theory and Evidence (1993-2007)

Existing legislative theories, which are developed to explain legislative dynamics in the U.S. Congress, presumes the existence of a majority party in a legislature and fails to provide predictions about positive agenda power of a majority under various degree of intra-party homogeneity and inter-party heterogeneity.

The Impact of Upcoming Changes in the Electoral System on the Initiation Behavior of Pork Barrel related Bills from Legislators

This paper explores the motives of legislators in seeking distributive
benefits for their districts. Based on the perspective of distributive theory,
the authors seek to determine whether the legislators of the Taiwan’s
6th Legislative Yuan are about to change their bill-initiation behavior,
compared with the legislators of the 5th Legislative Yuan, due to the
upcoming changes in the electoral system (i.e. to reduce members by 50%
and replace the SNTV by a single-member-district). The negative binomial

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