Modeling Politics with Economic Tools; A Critical Survey of the Literature
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KeywordsBusiness cycles; Economic policy; Economic models; Public sector; Endogenous politics; political business cycles; optimal government behavior; unemployment; election; voters; social welfare; voting; Relation of Economics to Other Disciplines; History of Thought: Macroeconomics; Models of Political Processes: Rent-seeking; Elections; Legislatures; and Voting Behavior;
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