This book presents state-of-the-art research in political economy
dealing with the decision making process under different political
institutions. It focuses on the role that states and governments
have on political outcomes and on the well-being of individuals,
taking into account the differences that arise across autocracies
and democracies and within political regimes. The research in this
book is embedded with the political economy and social choice
traditions and uses the rigorous frameworks of economics, political
science and social choice theory to show how institutional settings
shape social choices of a group of individuals or a nation. The
contributions in this volume use a variety of cutting-edge game
theory and mathematical tools as well as data and simulations that
coupled with statistical techniques help us gain greater insights
into these issues.
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