The Oxford handbook of political economy / edited by Barry R. Weingast and Donald A. Wittman

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العنوان The Oxford handbook of political economy / edited by Barry R. Weingast and Donald A. Wittman
بيانات النشر Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.
الوصف المادي xvii, 1093 p : 26 cm ; ill
بيان السلسلة The Oxford handbooks of political science

Includes bibliographical references and indexes

المحتويات / النص

Introduction: The Nature of Political Economy, Barry R Weingast and Donald Wittman I. VOTERS, CANDIDATES, AND PRESSURE GROUPS 1. Overview: Voters, Candidates, and Parties, Stephen Ansolabehere 2. Rational Voters and Political Advertising, Andrea Prat 3. Candidate Objectives and Electoral Equilibrium, John Duggan 4. Political Income Redistribution, John Londregan 5. The Impact of Electoral Laws on Political Parties, Bernard Grofman II. LEGISLATIVE BODIES 6. Overview: Legislatures and Parliaments in Comparative Context, Michael Laver 7. The Organization of Democratic Legislatures, Gary Cox 8. Coalition Governments, Daniel Diermeier 9. Bicameralism, Nolan McCarty III. INTERACTION OF THE LEGISLATURE, PRESIDENT, BUREAUCRACY AND THE COURTS 10. Overview: Separation of Power, Rui De Figueiredo, Tonja Jacobi, and Barry R Weingast 11. Pivotal Politics, Keith Krebiel 12. Presidential Agenda Control, Charles Cameron 13. Politics, Delegation, and Bureaucracy, John Huber and Charles Shipan 14. The Judiciary, Mathew McCubbins IV. CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY 15. Overview: Constitutionalism, Russell Hardin 16. Self-Enforcing Democracy, Adam Przeworski 17. Constitutins as Expressive Documents, Geoffrey Brennan and Alan Hamlin 18. The Protection of Liberty, Property, and Equality, Richard Epstein 19. The Political Economy Of Federalism, Jonathan Rodden V. SOCIAL CHOICE 20. Overview: Social Choice, Herve Moulin 21. A Toolkit for Voting Theory, Donald Saari 22. Interpersonal Comparisons of Well-Being, Charles Blackorby and Walter Bossert 23. Fair Division, Steven Brams VI. PUBLIC FINANCE AND PUBLIC ECONOMICS 24. Overview: Structure and Coherence in the Political Economy of Public Finance, Walter Hettich and Stanley Winer 25. Fiscal Institutions, Juergen von Hagen 26. Voting and Efficient Public Good Mechanisms, John Ledyard 27. Fiscal Competition, David Wildasin VII. POLITICS AND MACROECONOMICS 28. Overview:The Nonpolitics of Monetary Policy, Susanne Lohmann 29. Political Business Cycles, Robert Franzese 30. Voting and the Macroeconomy, Douglas Hibbs 31. The Political Economy of Exchange Rates, Lawrence Broz and Jeffry Frieden VIII. DEMOCRACY AND CAPITALISM 32. Overview: Democracy and Capitalism, Torben Iverson 33. Inequality, Edward Glaeser 34. Comparative Perspectives on the Place of the State in the Economy, Isabela Mares and Anne Wren 35. Democratization, Anna Grzymala & Pauline Jones-Loung IX. HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND NON-DEMOCRATIC REGIMES 36. Overview, Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson 37. Authoritarian Regimes, Stephen Haber 38. The Developmental State, Bob Bates 39. Constitutional Design and Economic Performance, Torsten Persson and Guido Tabellini 40. Economic Geography, Anthony Venables X. INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 41. Overview: International Political Economy: A Maturing Discipline, David Lake 42. National Borders and the Size of Nations, Enrico Spolaore 43. European Integration, Barry Eichengreen 44. Trade, Immigration, and Cross-Border Investment, Ronald Rogowski XI. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND CONFLICT 45. Overview: Central Issues in the Study of International Conflict, Bueno de Mesquita 46. Ethnic Mobilization and Ethnic Conflict, James Fearon 47. Democracy, Peace, and War, Allan Stam and Dan Reiter 48. Anarchy, Stergios Skepardas XII. METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES 49. Economic Methods in Positive Political Theory, David Austen-Smith 50. Experiments in Political Economy, Thomas Palfrey 51. The Toolkit of Economic Sociology, Richard Swedberg 52. The Evolutionary Basis of Collective Action, Samuel Bowles and Herb Gintis XIII. OLD & NEW 53. Questions About a Paradox: Are There Answers?, Kenneth Arrow 54. Politics and Social Inquiry: Retrospective on a Half Century, James Buchanan 55. The Future of Analytic Politics, Melvin Hinich and Peter Ordeshook 56. Modeling Party Competition in General Elections, John Roemer 57. Old Questions and New Answers about Institutions: The Riker Objection Revisited, Kenneth Shepsle


This Handbook surveys the field of political economy, with 58 chapters ranging from micro to macro, national to international, institutional to behavioral, methodological to substantive. Chapters on social choice, constitutionaltheory, and public economics are set alongside ones on voters, parties and pressure groups, macroeconomics and politics, capitalism and democracy, and international political economy and international conflict.

عنوان بصيغة مختلفة Handbook of political economy
المواضيع Economics - Dictionaries
Political science - Arab countries - History

الأسماء المرتبطة Weingast, Barry R
Wittman, Donald A