Economic Theory of Democracy
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List price: $112.80
Copyright year: 1957
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Publication date: 1/21/1997
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Basic Structure Of The Model|
|Party Motivation and the Function of Government in Society|
|The Basic Logic of Voting|
|The Basic Logic of Government Decision-Making|
|The General Effects Of Uncertainty|
|The Meaning of Uncertainty|
|How Uncertainty Affects Government Decision-Making|
|The Development of Political Ideologies as Means of Getting Votes|
|The Statics and Dynamics of Party Ideologies|
|Problems of Rationality Under Coalition Governments|
|Government Vote-Maximizing and Individual Marginal Equilibrium|
|Specific Effects Of Information Costs|
|The Process of Becoming Informed|
|How Rational Citizens Reduce Information Costs|
|The Returns From Information and Their Diminution|
|The Causes and Effects of Rational Abstention|
|Derivative Implications And Hypothesis|
|A Comment on Economic Theories of Government Behavior|
|Testable Prepositions Derived from the Theory|