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    Rethinking the epistemic case against epistocracy
    Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 1-26. 2018.
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    Cracking the whip: the deliberative costs of strict party discipline
    Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 1-26. 2018.
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    Rethinking the epistemic case against epistocracy
    Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 23 (6): 706-731. 2020.
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    Cracking the whip: the deliberative costs of strict party discipline
    Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 23 (2): 254-279. 2020.
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    This paper explores how political parties should be regulated in jurisdictions with anti-defection laws, which constitutionalise parties’ control over the legislative process. It begins by arguing that parties in such jurisdictions should be understood as neither private organisations nor quasi-public bodies but as legislative entities. Next, it argues that recognising the legislative status of the party should affect how we think about the legal regulation of its internal affairs. In particular…Read more