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Commerce and Coalitions: How Trade Affects Domestic Political Alignments
Why do countries differ so greatly in their patterns of political cleavage and coalition? Extending some basic findings of economic theories of international trade, Ronald Rogowski suggests aExpand
Internationalization and Domestic Politics: The Impact of the International Economy on National Policies: An Analytical Overview
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Trade and the variety of democratic institutions
Students of comparative politics have long acknowledged the importance of such institutional factors as electoral systems, parliamentary versus presidential rule, and the strength of parties; butExpand
The Political Economy of International Trade
A similar set of concepts has been central to the literatures on the formation of trade policy coalitions and the “new economics of institutions”: the political and economic consequences of theExpand
Electoral systems and the balance of consumer-producer power
1. Introduction 2. Electoral systems and consumer power: theoretical considerations 3. Electoral systems and real prices: panel evidence for the OECD countries 4. Electoral systems and real pricesExpand
A straightforward extension of the standard Stigler-Peltzman model of regulation, coupled with a Taagepera- Shugart analysis of electoral-system effects, suggests: (a) that the greater seat-voteExpand
Political Cleavages and Changing Exposure to Trade
Combining the classical theorem of Stolper and Samuelson with a model of politics derived from Becker leads to the conclusion that exogenous changes in the risks or costs of countries' external tradeExpand
Inequality and Institutions: What Theory, History, and (Some) Data Tell Us
Many scholars argue that political institutions affect economic and social inequality, while others claim that inequality affects institutions. Following most historical literature, we suggest thatExpand
Rational Legitimacy: A Theory of Political Support
This book confronts one of the central questions of political science: how people choose to accept or not to accept particular governments. In contrast to the prevailing view that citizens' decisionsExpand