Comparative political economy: A developmental approach. 2nd ed.
Опубликовано на портале: 21-10-2003
London: Pinter, 1997, 280 с.
Comparative Political Economy is a student's introduction to the comparative analysis of nations, public policy and economic affluence. It surveys the dominant theoretical approaches and describes the countries: developed Western countries, rapidly changing East European nations, and states in the Third World. Economic, social, and political developments are analysed at length and the basis concepts - democracy versus authoritarian systems and capitalist systems versus socialist ones - are employed to illuminate similarities and differences between politico-economic systems in the world. It explores the conditions for political democracy as well as the conditions for economic growth, applying quantitative techniques to crucial problems in political economy cocerning the interaction between politics and economics.
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