Political power and economic policy theory, analysis and empirical applications
By: Rausser, Gordon C.
Contributor(s): Swinnen, Johan | Zusman, Pinhas.Material type: BookPublisher: USA Cambridge University Press 2011Description: xvi, 519 p.ISBN: 9780521190169.Subject(s): Economía | Política Económica | Poder | Ciencias Sociales | FilosofíaDDC classification: 330.01
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I. Political power and economic analysis 1. Public policy: The lens of political economy 2. The Nash solution to the bargaining problem 3. The Harsanyi solution to the bargaining problem 4. Political-economic analysis 5. Normative political-economic analysis 6. Dynamic political-economic analysis II. Ideology, prescription, and political power coefficients 7. Political power, ideology, and political 8. Political power, influence, and lobbying 9. Constitutional prescription and political power coefficients III. Analysis of specific structures 10. The political economy of commodity market intervention 11. The political economy of public research and development 12. Political-economic analysis of redistributive polices 13. Interest groups, coalition breaking, and productive policies 14. Policy reform and compensation 15. Political-economic analysis of land reform 16. Political-economic analysis of water resource systems 17. The political economy lens on quality and public standars regulations 18. Political-economic analysis in transition economies 19. The power of bureaucracies: The european commission and EU policy reforms IV. Empirical applications of political power estimation 20. Political econometrics 21. The political econometrics of the Israelí Dairy industry 22. Flexible policy instruments given a political-power distribution 23. Estimating statistical properties of power weight 24. The role of institutiones in the Joint determination of PERTs and PESTs