Understanding and Modeling Comparative Democratic Policymaking: How Institutional and Strategic Settings Shape the Incentives for, Capacities to, and Natures of Political Budgeteering

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Understanding and Modeling Comparative Democratic Policymaking: How Institutional and Strategic Settings Shape the Incentives for, Capacities to, and Natures of Political Budgeteering Robert J. Franzese, Jr. Associate Professor of Political Science The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor franzese@umich.edu http://www-personal.umich.edu 1 March 2005 [An Introduction to a New Project and a Guide to How to Read the Two Draft Papers Offered for Presentation on 4 March 2005 to the Columbia University/New York University Political Economy Seminar]

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@inproceedings{Franzese2005UnderstandingAM, title={Understanding and Modeling Comparative Democratic Policymaking: How Institutional and Strategic Settings Shape the Incentives for, Capacities to, and Natures of Political Budgeteering}, author={Robert J. Franzese}, year={2005} }