Corporate Dependence in Brazil's 2010 Elections for Federal Deputy. Mancuso, W. P., Figueiredo Filho, D. B., Speck, B. W., Silva, L. E. O., & Rocha, E. C. d. Brazilian Political Science Review, 2016.
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What is the profile of candidates whose electoral campaigns are the most dependent on corporate donations? Our main objective is to identify factors that help explaining the level of corporate dependence among them. We answer this question in relation to the 2010 elections for federal deputy in Brazil. We test five hypotheses: 01. right-wing party candidates are more dependent than their counterparts on the left; 02. government coalition candidates are more dependent than candidates from the opposition; 03. incumbents are more dependent on corporate donations than challengers; 04. businesspeople running as candidates receive more corporate donations than other candidates; and 05. male candidates are more dependent than female candidates. Methodologically, the research design combines both descriptive and multivariate statistics. We use OLS regression, cluster analysis and the Tobit model. The results show support for hypotheses 01, 03 and 04. There is no empirical support for hypothesis 05. Finally, hypothesis 02 was not only rejected, but we find evidence that candidates from the opposition receive more contributions from the corporate sector.
@article{mancuso_corporate_2016,
	title = {Corporate {Dependence} in {Brazil}'s 2010 {Elections} for {Federal} {Deputy}},
	volume = {10},
	issn = {1981-3821},
	abstract = {What is the profile of candidates whose electoral campaigns are
the most dependent on corporate donations? Our main objective is to
identify factors that help explaining the level of corporate dependence
among them. We answer this question in relation to the 2010 elections
for federal deputy in Brazil. We test five hypotheses: 01. right-wing
party candidates are more dependent than their counterparts on the
left; 02. government coalition candidates are more dependent than
candidates from the opposition; 03. incumbents are more dependent on
corporate donations than challengers; 04. businesspeople running as
candidates receive more corporate donations than other candidates;
and 05. male candidates are more dependent than female candidates.
Methodologically, the research design combines both descriptive and
multivariate statistics. We use OLS regression, cluster analysis and the
Tobit model. The results show support for hypotheses 01, 03 and 04.
There is no empirical support for hypothesis 05. Finally, hypothesis 02
was not only rejected, but we find evidence that candidates from the
opposition receive more contributions from the corporate sector.},
	language = {Inglês},
	number = {3},
	journal = {Brazilian Political Science Review},
	author = {Mancuso, Wagner Pralon and Figueiredo Filho, Dalson Britto and Speck, Bruno Wilhelm and Silva, Lucas Emanuel Oliveira and Rocha, Enivaldo Carvalho da},
	year = {2016},
	keywords = {QUALIS A1 A2 B1, verificar}
}
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