Globalization and government spending around the world

@article{Garrett2000GlobalizationAG,
  title={Globalization and government spending around the world},
  author={Geoffrey Garrett},
  journal={Studies in Comparative International Development},
  year={2000},
  volume={35},
  pages={3-29}
}
  • G. Garrett
  • Published 2000
  • Economics
  • Studies in Comparative International Development
An earlier version of this paper was presented at the 1999 Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, Atlanta GA, September 1-5 1999. I would like to thanks seminar participants at Harvard University, the Juan March Institute, UCLA, and the Yale Law School for helpful comments. Special thanks to Adam Przeworski, Ronald Rogowski, Alastair Smith and George Tsebelis for pushing me to be clearer about how to test arguments about globalization and economic policy. I gratefully… 
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