1 edition of Elites, coercion and collective goods found in the catalog.
Elites, coercion and collective goods
|Series||Entwicklungstheorie und Entwicklungspolitik -- v. 10, Entwicklungstheorie und Entwicklungspolitik -- Bd. 10.|
|LC Classifications||HN792.Z9 V53 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||2011453624|
Contents[show] == SAASS Strategy and Coercion Overall Daily Summary Day 1: International order and the use of force (Hedley Bull, The Anarchical Society, Parts I and II) Background: A member of the highly influential English School of International Relations, Bull explores three big. When a collective-choice situation places coercive pressure on individual participants, the law’s traditional protection of individual autonomy against coercion must be reconciled with its necessary role in resolving problems of collective action. On the one hand, the law might seek to remove coercion from the equation so that individuals are free to make their own : Benjamin Means.
choices that are binding on the society and backed by state coercion. Its content can vary a great deal across democracies, depending upon preexisting distinctions between the public and the private, state and society, legitimate coercion and voluntary exchange, and collective . Login or Create an Account New Customers By creating an account with our store, you will be able to move through the checkout process faster, store multiple shipping addresses, view and track your orders in your account and more.
The field of the world collective goods covers so many different domains such as: the reduction of the global warming, the basic research, the fight against the distribution of diseases (AIDS or malaria), the stability of financial markets, struggle against poverty, etc. Peace, free trade, and monetary and financial stability are sometimes. Theories of Collective Goods Reexamined. This is a book on the history and politics of the Internet with a focus on the impact of ICTs on the distribution of power. View project.
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Elites, coercion and collective goods: a rational choice explanation of variations in violence in East Africa (Uganda, Tanzania and Zanzibar) Author: Stefan Blum. Elites, coercion and collective goods:a rational choice explanation of variations in violence in East Africa (Uganda, Tanzania and Zanzibar) / Stefan Blum A grammar of Alaaba:a highland East Cushitic language of Ethiopia / Gertrud Schneider-Blum.
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- by Charles Tilly () [Charles Tilly] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Coercion, Capital, and European States charts a grand theory of history that attempts to explain why Europe in the late 20th century looks like it does, a fairly uniform sprawl of nation-state social democracies, as opposed to the diverse variety of political systems existent over the past years: feudal baronies, city-states, sprawling empires/5(19).
Armies look like unitary instruments of coercion from a distance, and in a Clausewitzian framework, are coercive elements of power between states, but this glosses over the factionalism that characterized pre-modern armies, the autonomy of a warrior elite against the agricultural masses, and the difficulty of using coercion systematically against weaker by: DOI link for Collective Goods.
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Imprint coercion, consensus and collective goods: Mark Beeson. By MARK BEESON. View Author: Sally Sargeson. The Logic of Collective Action JDN PDT The blinders neoclassicists wear are large indeed. This book was written inand the neoclassical understanding of collective action has, as far as I can tell, not been substantially advanced since then—in over 40 years, the essential conclusions haven't changed.4/5.
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The modern interpretation of this idea was introduced and popularized by C. Wright Mills in his book entitled (appropriately enough) The Power Elite. He suggested that there were three types of power elite.
The Political Elite – These are the politicians who actually have the Missing: collective goods. part of the book, experimental meth ods are used to inves tigate the collective action problem citi- zens face in organizing resistance to coercion, and to explore the productive role of coercion in.
Coercion and social welfare in public finance: Economic and political perspectives. The essays in this book focus on coercion arising from the operation of the fiscal system, a major part of.
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Coercion, taxation, and voluntary association Roger D. Congleton; 5. Kaldor-Hicks coercion, Coasian bargaining, and the state Michael C.
Munger; Part III. Coercion in Public Sector Economics: Theory and Application: 6. Non-coercion, efficiency and incentive compatibility in public goods John O.
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