5 edition of The economics of transparency in politics found in the catalog.
The economics of transparency in politics
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Albert Breton ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||JC598 .E26 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||2006031442|
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The Economics of Transparency in Politics. by Gianluigi Galeotti (Author), Ronald Wintrobe (Author), Albert Breton (Editor) & 0 more. ISBN Cited by: Book Description The purpose of this book is to formulate economic models of the advantages and costs of transparency in various areas of public sector activity and to assess The economics of transparency in politics book level of obfuscation in politics is rational.
The chapters are arranged in four parts. The Economics of Transparency in Politics book. The Economics of Transparency in Politics.
DOI link for The Economics of Transparency in Politics. The Economics of Transparency in Politics book. By Gianluigi Galeotti, Ronald Wintrobe. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 15 May Author: Johann Lambsdorff.
The purpose of this book is to formulate economic models of the advantages and costs of transparency in various areas of public sector activity and to assess what level of obfuscation in politics is rational. The chapters are arranged in four parts.
The economics of transparency in politics. [Albert Breton;] -- The contributors explore the reasons why some voters could prefer not to be better informed about a government policy even if this additional information was offered to them at no cost.
Book Description Transparency - the degree to which information about government behavior and action is widely available - matters for major political phenomena; transparency makes elections more effective and enhances economic activity, yet leaves autocrats susceptible to large-scale coordinated protest and collapse/5(2).
The Economics of Politics covers such diverse public choice topics as: the nature and origins of public choice, the power of using economic analysis to understand and predict the behavior of politically influenced markets, and an evaluation of voting rules and political by: 7.
The Political Economy of Transparency: What makes disclosure policies effective. by Archon Fung David Weil Mary Graham Elena Fagotto December, Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation John F. Kennedy School of Government Harvard University OP This paper is copyrighted by the Size: 1MB.
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This perspective emphasizes not only the availability of information, but also its reliability and accessibility to a range of potential agents. 1 For a discussion of definitions of transparency, see Bellver and Kaufmann File Size: KB. more scope for fruitful joint work between political and economic analysts.
Postscript Since this book was first printed ina number of studies on the politics of economic reform and political and economic liberalisation have been published. These include Haggard, S. & Kaufman, R. (eds). The purpose of this book is to formulate economic models of the advantages and costs of transparency in various areas of public sector activity and to assess what level of obfuscation in politics is rational.
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The Political Origins of Transparency Daniel Berliner University of Minnesota Transparency has been hailed as the key to better governance, yet political actors have many reasons to resist transparency.
This article studies one prominent transparency policy, Freedom of Information (FOI) laws, which have been passed by over 80 countries.
Transparency in Politics and the Media. Increasingly governments around the world are experimenting with initiatives in transparency or ‘open government’. These involve a variety of measures including the announcement of more user-friendly government websites, greater access to government data, the extension of freedom of information.
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A lot of people seems to be confused on what, "transparency" is. What it really means and people don't understand, how transparency in politics is important. When Donald Trump started doing this, people thought what he was doing was bad, when in reality, it was a good and positive thing he was doing.