12 edition of Economic foundations of political power. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xiii, 206 p.|
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New York, Free Press . The book investigates the relationship between the economic and political writings of four seminal authors: Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Joseph A.
Schumpeter, and John M. Keynes. It underlines how in their works the nexus between ethics, economics, and politics has produced four exemplary by: 3. The form of political theory tending to demand this result most strongly is Rousseau's SOCIAL CONTRACT, which proposed giving a majority the power to impose "the general will.".
The French Revolution is considered an example of the inability of a vast number of people with no economic interests to run a society/5(3). This book analyzes the links between political economics, governance structures and the distribution of political power in economic policy making.
The book theoretically explains and empirically quantifies these interactions. The analysis includes both public good policies and redistributive policies.
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To the extent that groups gain economic power, political power will follow; think of how, in 19th and early 20th century Britain, the middle classes and then the factory workers got the vote. In turn, economists will try to grapple with the problems that seem most relevant to. An internationally renowned legal authority, Bakan has written widely on law and its social and economic impact.
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Citizens demanded the political status to match their economic power. By the same extension, then, we could see the rise of inequality since s and the threats to democracy as two sides of the. The Author: Adelino Zanini is a Professor in History of Economic Thought, Department of Economics, University of Ancona, Italy, and a member of the Scientific Board of the International Ph.D.
program «European Tradition of Economic Thought». He is the author of several books on the relationship between economic science and political : Adelino Zanini.
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ThE AMERIcAN EcONOMIc REVIEW MARch In this paper, we show that the impact of institutions on economic outcomes depends on the interaction between de jure political power, whose allocation is determined by political institu- tions, and de facto political power, which is determined by the equilibrium investments and organizations of different groups.
Part 1. Political Power and Economic Analysis Chapter 1 Political Economy and Alternative Paradigms This introductory chapter provides the motivation for the entire volume.
A historical review of paradigms that have been advanced for political-economic analysis is presented. Many of these paradigms are generated from casual Size: 19KB.(shelved 2 times as power-and-politics) avg rating — 2, ratings — published From Crisis in Education.
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