2 edition of Political parties and economic policy found in the catalog.
Political parties and economic policy
|Series||Institute for European Studies working paper ;, no. 00.3|
|LC Classifications||HD87 .R84 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||2005416773|
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Book Description. This book describes the contrasting economic strategies pursued by conservative and social democratic governments. The current literature on political economy maintains that, due to the globalization of the economy and each country's institutional structures, parties hardly affect the economy/5(2).
This textbook uses modern political economy to introduce students of political science, government, economics, and public policy to the politics of the policymaking process. The book's distinct political economy approach has two virtues. By developing general principles for thinking about policymaking, it can be applied across a range of issue by: 4.
The analysis demonstrates how politicians, political parties, and voters decide who gets what, when, and how in the economic arena. A nation's politics, it is argued, shape the most important aspects of economic life--inflation, unemployment.
This article is taken from my longer monograph Economic Interest and the Politics of Macroeconomic r versions of the paper were delivered to the Econometric Society World Congress, Toronto, Canada, Augustand the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August Cited by: Politics and Economic Policy Fiscal Policy and Policy Making Fiscal policy is the use of government revenue collection (taxation) and expenditure (spending) to influence the economy.
political parties in countries such as e stonia, Kenya, latvia, lithuania, russia and Bosnia-herzegovina. in addition, the paper drew upon the institute’s Po-litical Parties, Public Policy and Participatory Democ-racy, prepared by shannon o’connell.
this paper includes edited versions of case studies on the Brit-File Size: 1MB. Politics and the Policymaking Process 15 The Republican Party platform has become highly conservative, especially on social issues such as abortion and gay rights.
The Democratic Party plat-form tends to be much more liberal than that of the Republicans, espousing issues such as abortion access and gay rights. Political ideology is not always Size: 3MB. In terms of specific policies, economists appear to consistently and overwhelmingly either support the Democrats' policies or to be to the left of the Democrats.
This stance on policy issues unsurprisingly translates into which party economists support: Democratic economists outnumber Republican economists by to 1. Political parties have been organized for various reasons: to support a particular political figure, to advance a particular policy or a general ideological stand, to aid politically certain groups or sections of society, or merely to combine for short-term political advantage.
Political parties have also been organized in various ways; in some, control is exercised by a small central. The party faces an unpalatable budget choice: no new spending, raise taxes on the rich, or break its own fiscal rules, says Guardian columnist Polly. The authors of The Third Way, a book that discusses the intersection of politics and economics, say Washington politicians have "missed the point" on economic issues.
upon the military and economic organization of the states concerned, leave political parties in the shadow. For the time being parties are eclipsed by nations. It need hardly be said, however, that as soon as the war is over party life will be resumed, and that the war will be found to have effected a reinforcement of the tendenciesFile Size: KB.
Political Parties: A Sociological Study of the Oligarchical Tendencies of Modern Democracy (German: Zur Soziologie des Parteiwesens in der modernen Demokratie; Untersuchungen über die oligarchischen Tendenzen des Gruppenlebens) is a book by the sociologist Robert Michels, published in and first introducing the concept of iron law of : Robert Michels.
Challenging this view, Political Parties, Growth, and Equality shows that the increasingly interdependent world economy and recent technological shocks have actually exacerbated the dilemmas faced by governments in choosing among various policy objectives, such as generating jobs and reducing income inequality, thereby granting political Author: Carles Boix.
Republican Party, which adopted many of the economic policies of the Whigs, such as support for national banks, railroads and high tariffs.
In subsequent decades, the names of the two major U.S. political parties did not change, but the policies they championed shifted as conditions in the nation and the priorities of the electorate Size: 2MB.
Given the increased openness of countries to international trade and financial flows, the general public and the scholarly literature have grown skeptical about the capacity of policy-makers to affect economic performance. Challenging this view, Political Parties, Growth, and Equality shows that the increasingly interdependent world economy and recent technological shocks.
Political parties play an important role in politics today. Whereas observers like the Washington Post’s David Broder could write a book in with the title The Party’s Over, such eulogies were ed to the s, party organizations today are larger, farther reaching, and better financed.
Worldwide political parties are shifting towards more participatory models of policy development. Participatory models of policy development are those in which a broad population, such as party officials, members, supporters and even external groups, have influence in policies.
The Republican party supports limited government involvement in economic decisions. The Democratic party relies heavily on the government to regulate the economy. In economic downturns, Democrats favor deficit spending to revive the economy, whereas Republicans hope to alter the money supply to revive : Ryan Fuhrmann.
Political parties that are formed as alternatives to the Republican and Democratic parties are known as third parties, or minor parties. Ina third party known as the Populist Party formed in reaction to what its constituents perceived as the domination of U.S.
society by big business and a decline in the power of farmers and rural. Political Parties book. Read 17 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Shelves: culture, economics, historical, politics. Great commentary on the crustiness of political parties, the emergence and maintenance of political power.
Political Parties is less an analysis of how political organizations form and evolve based /5.Political factions or parties began to form during the struggle over ratification of the federal Constitution of Friction between them increased as attention shifted from the creation of a new federal government to the question of how powerful that federal government would be.way.
When the political parties of a country take very hostile positions towards each other, then political instability grows in the country. And it hampers the desired economic development of the country. Economic growth and political stability are strongly related. The uncertainty associated with an.