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determination of government expenditures by party ideology and electoral objectives.
|Series||Discussion papers in economics. Series A Vol.4 (1991/92) / University of Reading -- No.246|
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The Role of Political Ideology, Lobbying and Electoral Incentives in Decentralized U.S. State Support of the EnvironmentAuthor: Lucia Pacca, Gordon C. Rausser, Alessandro Olper. The supervision of political parties’ contributions and/or expenditures, and the disbursement of any public funding for parties and candidates, also sometimes falls outside the functions given to EMBs by the electoral legal framework. Party funding and expenditure are controlled by a body other than an EMB in countries such as Spain and the USA.
Democracy for Realists: Why Elections Do Not Produce Responsive Government (Princeton Studies in Political Behavior Book 4) - Kindle edition by Achen, Christopher H., Bartels, Larry M., Achen, Christopher H., Bartels, Larry M.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Democracy for /5(75). Political parties, candidate selection, and quality of government Fernando M. Arag on February Abstract This paper explores empirically the relation between political parties’ institu-tions and quality of government. I focus on procedures used to nominate presiden-tial candidates given the importance of candidate selection in party Cited by: 2.
Party Control of State Government and the Distribution of Public Expenditures Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Vol. , No. 4, pp. , December 23 Pages Posted: 3 Cited by: Democracy as ideology represents the notion that the people, in their majority, will decide all group issues of action by voting. As a form of government, Democracy describes the process of election or referendum by which law and policy is passed, .
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Definition. A political ideology is a certain set of ethical ideals, principles, doctrines, myths or symbols of a social movement, institution, class or large group that explains how society should work and offers some political and cultural blueprint for a certain social order.
ideology-induced preferences in designing government budgets, this is a surprising omission. Another reason for manipulating the budget are electoral considerations.
In this paper, however, I will focus on the influence of government ideology and do not investigate electoral cycles (see, e.g., VergneKatsimi and Sarantides ). This is pursued by concentrating on the determinants of public cultural expenditures, which we consider as comprising not only political (party ideology, electoral cycle, direct democracy) and Author: Niklas Potrafke.
Political fragmentation, Party ideology and Public expenditures Benoît LE MAUX University of Rennes 1 and CREM-CNRS The model indicates that the electoral abundant literature on the impact of party ideology on government spending (see Boyne, for a survey) which may be summarized as follows: parties on the right/left decrease.
Political fragmentation, Party ideology and Public fragmentation effect in the case of French local public expenditures. A few empirical papers There is an abundant literature on the impact of party ideology on government spending (see Boyne, for a survey) which may be summarized as follows.
Potrafke  evaluated whether government ideology and electoral motives influenced the growth of public health expenditures in 18 OECD countries over the period and observed that Author: Niklas Potrafke. Electoral Systems. The choice of Electoral System is one of the most important institutional decisions for any democracy.
The choice of a particular electoral system has a profound effect on the future political life of the country concerned, and electoral systems, once chosen, often remain fairly constant as political interests solidify around and respond to the incentives presented by them.
party government when four conditions are met: clear choice of ideologies, candidates pledged to implement ideas, party held accountable by voters, and party control over members sig There are many ways in which parties can link voters and officials, but for the link to truly enhance democracy—that is, the control of leaders by citizens.
In this paper we propose an original model of competition for effective political power between majority and opposition coalitions. The model indicates that the electoral margin of the majority and the fragmentation of both coalitions are key variables that determine their effective political power.
We estimate the model in the case of the French by: Two-party systems are states in which there are two political parties dominant to such an extent that electoral success under the banner of any other party is almost impossible.
One right wing coalition party and one left wing coalition party is the most common ideological breakdown in such a system, but in two-party states political parties.
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major political party in the U.S.A with a liberal ideology. There is an abundant literature on the impact of party ideology on government spending (see Boynefor a survey) which may be summarized as follows: parties on the right/left decrease/increase the size of the public sector when they are in power.
Our empirical work also ﬁnds that party ideology matters, but adds to this literature by analyzing. agricultural interests, legislator ideology, and electoral incentives on the passage of the Agricultural Act of Recent work on the political factors affecting support for agriculture has found that several elements are important for determining whether a legislator will vote to continue federal government support for agriculture.
The Politics of Government Expenditures in Tanzania: Laura Weinstein [email protected] Department of Political Science University of California, Los Angeles Abstract splits and sending a signal to voters that the ruling party is the only viable electoral option.
The Democratic Party favors realistic and effective limitations on contributions and expenditures, and full disclosure of campaign financing in Federal elections.
We further propose a tax credit to encourage small contributions to political parties. incumbents from a party receives will be to skew funds toward areas dominated by that party (e.g., Dasgupta et al., ). These models may not be exclusive.
It may be the case, for example, that parties choose to target both loyal and swing areas. Research on party control of government and the distribution of public expenditures in. As we discuss in Chapter 14 "Politics and Government", Section "Politics in the United States" in relation to political lobbying, elected officials may also be unduly influenced by campaign contributions from corporations and other special-interest groups.
To the extent this influence occurs, representative democracy falls short of the. This paper examines whether government ideology has influenced the allocation of public expenditures in OECD countries. I analyze two datasets that report different expenditure categories and cover the time periods – and –, respectively.
The results suggest that government ideology has had a rather weak influence on the composition of governments’ by: Liberalism is a political and moral philosophy based on liberty, consent of the governed and equality before the law.
Liberals espouse a wide array of views depending on their understanding of these principles, but they generally support free markets, free trade, limited government, individual rights (including civil rights and human rights), capitalism, democracy, secularism, gender equality.
whether government ideology aﬀects the size and composition of state expenditures1 using a dataset that covers all 16 German states over the period 2 In contrast to 1 Given the system of ﬁscal federalism in Germany, only expenditures are under eﬀective control of state.
Party activist continued daily activities through the country continuing the practice of mixing the government and party activities.
The number of local party offices is increasing with new opened offices this month, as well as the quantity of the payed political promotion that is legally not allowed at this period of pre-elections.3.
Intensified political party activities 5 4. Approximate promotional expenditures of the political parties 9 5. Monitoring of the budget expenditures in the pre-election and the election period 11 6.
Correspondence (Follow up) 17 7. Weekly reports 27 8.Despite fusion of party and government functions, however, the bureaucratic structure on all government levels continued to expand.
According to the Constitution and the Law on the Organization and Operation of People's Councils, the people's councils were responsible for the implementation of central government decisions and for the.