The politics of strategic budgeteering

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Troeger, Vera; Schneider, Christina J.;
(2012)
  • Publisher: Department of Economics, University of Warwick
  • Subject: HJ | HB

This paper analyzes how opportunistic governments choose between alternative fiscal policies\ud in order to increases their chances of re-election. To increase the provision of public goods\ud shortly before elections – and thus, to generate a fiscal political business ... View more
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