Published by (February ). Carles Boix, Democracy and Redistribution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xiii + pp. Democracy and Redistribution has 40 ratings and 1 review. Employing analytical tools borrowed from game theory, Carles Boix offers a complete theory of p. Carles Boix’s ‘Democracy and Redistribution’. In Boix’s account, inequality enters on the ‘cost of toleration’ side of the equation as faced by the.
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David Birken rated it liked it Sep 12, For example, the Polity data provides much more variability in the dependent variable score ranging fromcomplete autocracy, to 10, full democracy. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. Democracy and Redistribution Carles Boix No preview available – Patterns of Democratic Redistrivution and Backed up by detailed historical work and extensive statistical analysis that goes back to the mid-nineteenth century, this book explains why democracy emerged in classical Athens.
Although a large literature has developed since Aristotle through contemporary political science to answer these questions, we still lack a convincing understanding of the process of political development.
He subsequently utilizes more panel data regressions to analyze rddistribution redistributional hypotheses arising from his theory in the later chapters.
Esther Lou rated it really liked it Dec 14, In general, he utilizes panel data regressions extensively, redistrkbution numerous combinations of dependent usually a binary variable, whether country was or was not a democracy in a given year and independent variables usually various proxies pertaining to income inequality, asset specificity, and political mobilizationand in fact calculates yearly probabilities of democratic transition for the period Dan Partin rated it really liked it Nov 09, Hugh rated it really liked it Sep 08, Cambridge University Press, Ryan Welch rated it it was amazing Jul 14, Employing analytical tools borrowed from game theory, Carles Boix offers a complete theory of political transitions, in which political regimes ultimately hinge on the nature of economic assets, their distribution among individuals, and the balance of power among different social groups.
Democracy and Redistribution
Erica De Bruin rated it really liked it Jan 07, The state, the threat of expropriation, and the possibility of development; 7. This raises several issues that cannot all, however, be discussed here due to space constraints.
Political Order and Inequality: Ike Sharpless rated it liked it Feb 14, Cambridge University PressJul 21, – History – pages. redistrjbution
Employing analytical tools borrowed from game theory, Carles Boix offers a complete theory of political transitions, in which political regimes ultimately hinge on the nature of economic assets, their distribution anx individuals, and the balance of power among different social groups.
It also discusses the early triumph of democracy in both nineteenth-century agrarian Norway, Switzerland and northeastern America and the failure in countries with a powerful landowning class.
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He also does not give any justification for his choice of control variables or dedicate too much attention eemocracy analyzing them, even though the role of religion as an explanatory force which even a cursory perusal of the regression statistics would suggest could have been investigated further p. Thus he isolates income inequality, mobility of assets, and distribution of political resources as the key variables driving the emergence of democracies.
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No redstribution or quizzes yet. However, the use of the democracy variable or constitutional dummies is simply not enough p. Boix tries to incorporate an element of institutional analysis, for example, in the section attempting explain the size of general and central government revenue, total spending, nonmilitary spending etc.
In the aggregate, this study is definitely a worthwhile read, especially its theoretical section. For example, how mobile is human capital? New Tools and Perspectivesedited by Peter Vikstr?
Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics: Democracy and Redistribution
Moreover, Chapter 4 extends the argument redistribuion include the impact of economic growth, trade, and political institutions; Chapter 5 analyzes the interaction between democracy and the size of the public sector; and Chapter 6 examines the threat of rent expropriation vis-?
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Nathan rated it liked it Mar 09, Alicia Lissidini rated it liked it Jun 09, remocracy An Introduction Todd Landman No preview available – His book first sets up a testable theoretical framework and then proceeds to engage in empirical analysis and discussion of extensions of the basic model.