Political Economy

On Recent Developments in the New Historiography of (Neo)Liberalism – Contemporary European History – article

On Recent Developments in the New Historiography of (Neo)Liberalism Iain Stewart | Contemporary European History 2019-11-12 Over the last twenty years or so several new waves of research on the history of liberalism have emerged. The novelty of this should not be exaggerated as broad scholarly interest in liberalism has in fact been increasing at …

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Governing the Commons: Why Self-Administered Farm Outlets Flourish in Switzerland – International Journal of the Commons – article

Governing the Commons: Why Self-Administered Farm Outlets Flourish in Switzerland Axel Franzen | International Journal of the Commons 2019-11-19 Investigations of the question why some commons flourish and why others fail is one of the most exciting and interesting topics in the social sciences. In this paper we take a look at the performance of …

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Post-Keynesian Institutionalism: Past, Present, and Future – Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review – article

Post-Keynesian Institutionalism: Past, Present, and Future Charles J. Whalen | Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review 2019-11-19 Post-Keynesian institutionalism (PKI) is a branch of institutional economics that draws on the common ground shared by many institutionalists and post-Keynesians. PKI emerged in the USA in the 1980s; attracted considerable attention during the Internet boom and crash (roughly …

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Why Information and Transparency About Electricity Matter: Fragmentation of Governance and Accountability Under New Public Management – Australian Journal of Public Administration – article

Why Information and Transparency About Electricity Matter: Fragmentation of Governance and Accountability Under New Public Management Lynette Molyneaux, Brian Head | Australian Journal of Public Administration 2019-11-19 From 1995, Australian governments pursued efficiency benefits arising from significant structural reforms in the Electricity Supply Industry, including corporatisation and regulation of network monopolies, and introduction of competition …

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Social Networks and Tax Avoidance: Evidence From a Well-Defined Norwegian Tax Shelter – International Tax and Public Finance – article

Social Networks and Tax Avoidance: Evidence From a Well-Defined Norwegian Tax Shelter Annette Alstadsæter, Wojciech Kopczuk, Kjetil Telle | International Tax and Public Finance 2019-11-19 In 2005, over 8% of Norwegian shareholders transferred their shares to new (legal) tax shelters intended to defer taxation of capital gains and dividends that would otherwise be taxable in …

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Beyond Territorial Conceptions of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: The Dynamic Spatiality of Knowledge Brokering in Seed Accelerators – Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie – article

Beyond Territorial Conceptions of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: The Dynamic Spatiality of Knowledge Brokering in Seed Accelerators Andreas Kuebart, Oliver Ibert | Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie 2019-11-19 In spatial terms, entrepreneurial ecosystems are mostly conceptualized as confined to a specific territory. At the same time, the growing relevance of entrepreneurship in digital fields is underlined. This paper argues …

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A Taste for Taxes: Minimizing Distortions Using Political Preferences – Journal of Public Economics – article

A Taste for Taxes: Minimizing Distortions Using Political Preferences Emiliano Huet-Vaughn, Andrea Robbett, Matthew Spitzer | Journal of Public Economics 2019-11-19 We conduct an experiment with online workers to assess whether the distortionary effect of a tax is sensitive to the ideological match between taxpayer and tax expenditures. We find that, among self-identified political moderates, …

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The Future of Welfare State Politics – Political Science Research and Methods – article

The Future of Welfare State Politics Philipp Rehm | Political Science Research and Methods 2019-11-19 This essay argues that several ongoing and future developments are likely to undermine the broad public support welfare states historically and currently enjoy. These developments—skill-biased technological change, privatization of pensions, higher rates of assortative mating, and the information revolution—can be …

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The Politics of Democratizing Finance: A Radical View – Politics & Society – article

The Politics of Democratizing Finance: A Radical View Michael A. McCarthy | Politics & Society 2019-11-19 How can finance be durably democratized? In the centers of financial power in both the United States and the United Kingdom, proposals now circulate to give workers and the public more say over how flows of credit are allocated. …

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Housing Markets, Monetary Policy, and the International Co‐Movement of Housing Bubbles – Review of International Economics – article

Housing Markets, Monetary Policy, and the International Co‐Movement of Housing Bubbles Petre Caraiani, Adrian Cantemir Călin | Review of International Economics 2019-11-19 We analyze whether there was co‐movement in bubbles at the international level from the mid‐1990s to 2018 using a data set of developed and emerging economies. We first identify the markets that were …

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