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by Shmuel Nitzan,Gil S. Epstein

eBook Endogenous Public Policy and Contests ePub
Author: Shmuel Nitzan,Gil S. Epstein
Language: English
ISBN: 3540722424
ISBN13: 978-3540722427
Publisher: Springer; 2007 edition (October 12, 2007)
Pages: 221
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Gil S. Epstein, Shmuel Nitzan. This book focuses on the role of interest groups and their lobbying efforts in public policy.

Gil S. It applies strategic contest theory as the basic methodology and clarifies the fundamental parameters that determine the behavior of the government and the interest groups. It illustrates the proposed approach in five specific cases: determination of monopoly price, privatization policy, migration quotas, minimum wage and promotion in tournaments.

This book studies endogenous policy determination focusing on the role of interest groups and their lobbying efforts in the determination of public policy. Authors: Epstein, Gil . Nitzan, Shmuel. Details the basic forces affecting the relationship between public policy and lobbying by applying a single, simple methodology: strategic contest theory. Presents five illustrations of the usefulness of the proposed extended contest approach. eBook 91,62 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).

This book studies endogenous policy determination focusing on the role of interest groups and their lobbying efforts in the determination of public policy

This book studies endogenous policy determination focusing on the role of interest groups and their lobbying efforts in the determination of public policy. Applying strategic contest theory as the basic methodology, it clarifies the fundamental parameters that determine the behavior of the government and the interest groups - the two contestants for the "prizes" associated with public policy. The fundamental parameters are the objective of the government, political culture, the contest success function, the stakes of the interest groups and their characteristics.

Endogenous public policy and contests. GS Epstein, S Nitzan. Springer Science & Business Media, 2007. Strategic restraint in contests. The politics of randomness. Social Choice and Welfare 27 (2), 423-433, 2006. The struggle over migration policy. Journal of Population Economics 19 (4), 703-723, 2006.

In book: Endogenous Public Policy and Contests. Cite this publication. Bureaucrats work out the details of the proposed public policy while elected politicians make the final decision on the approval or rejection of the proposed policy. Our stylized model thus captures the hierarchical nature of the decision-making process and the division of labor in government decision making between bureaucrats and politicians.

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Keywords: Interest Groups, Policy Makers, Lobbying, Public-policy Contests, Contest Success Function, Rationalization of. .

Keywords: Interest Groups, Policy Makers, Lobbying, Public-policy Contests, Contest Success Function, Rationalization of Random Government's Behavior. Epstein, Gil S. and Nitzan, Shmuel, The Politics of Randomness (October 2002).

His book on Endogenous Public Policy and Contests (2007)(coauthored with Shmuel Nitzan) has been published by Springer. IZA Discussion Paper No. 12758. Immigrant Examination Behavior. Gil S. Epstein, Shahar Sansani. 12368. Who Is in Favor of Immigration. Epstein, Shirit Katav-Herz. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Authors: Epstein, Gil S. (Author), Nitzan, Shmuel. Epstein & Shmuel Nitzan, 2002. Effort and Performance in Public-Policy Contests," CESifo Working Paper Series 634, CESifo Group Munich. Handle: RePEc:ces:ceswps: 634. as. HTML HTML with abstract plain text plain text with abstract BibTeX RIS (EndNote, RefMan, ProCite) ReDIF JSON. Download full text from publisher. PDF Download Restriction: no. Other versions of this item

This book focuses on the role of interest groups and their lobbying efforts in public policy. It applies strategic contest theory as the basic methodology and clarifies the fundamental parameters that determine the behavior of the government and the interest groups. It illustrates the proposed approach in five specific cases: determination of monopoly price, privatization policy, migration quotas, minimum wage and promotion in tournaments.

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