5.2.2 Πολιτική και Οικονομικά Αποτελέσματα

Βιβλιογραφία

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Cervellati M., Fortunato P. (2004) Growth and endogenous political institutions, available at: www2.dse.unibo.it/…/Endogenous%20Political%20Institutions_MIT_DP2004.pdf

Christodoulakis N., Skouras S. (2009) Electoral Misgovernance cycles: Wildfires and tax evation in Greece, available at: http://www.aueb.gr/conferences/Crete2009/papers_senior/Christodoulakis.pdf.

Frey B.S. (2011) Political Economy: Success or Failure? CESIfo Working Paper, no. 3684, Public Choice.

Held D. (2013) Global Covenant: The Social Democratic Alternative to the Washington Consensus, John Wiley & Sons.

Papaioannou E., Siourounis G. (2008) Democratization and Growth, available at: http://econ.uop.gr/~econ/RePEc/pdf/MS2005647democ_and_growth.pdf.

Pereira C., Teles K.V. (2008) Political Institutions Matter for Incipient but not for Consolidated Democracies: a political economic analysis of economic growth, available at: http://ideas.repec.org/p/anp/en2008/200807211539390.html.

Persson T., Tabellini G. (2001) Political Institutions and Policy Outcomes: What are the Stylized Facts?

Rodrik D. (2000) Institutions for High-Quality Growth: What they are and how to Acquire them, Studies in Comparative International Development, 35, 3, pp. 3-31.

Rodrik D. (2013) The Tyranny of Political Economy, Project Syndicate, 8 February.

Marsiliani L., Renstrom T. (2004) Political institutions and Economic Growth, available at: http://ideas.repec.org/p/mmf/mmfc05/53.html.

Vollmer S., Ziegler M. (2009) Political Institutions and Human Development, Does Democracy Fulfill its “Constructive” and “Instrumental” Role?

Weingast B. (1995) The economic role of political institutions, market-preserving federalism and economic development, Journal of Law, Economic & Organization, 11 (1), pp. 1-31.

Williams G., Duncan A., Landell-Mills P., Unsworth S. (2008) Politics and Growth: An Analytical Framework, April, Politics and Growth, The Policy Practice Ltd.

 

Further Reading List

Acosta-Ormaechea S., Morozumi A. (2013) Can a Government Enhance Long-Run Growth by Changing the Composition of Public Expenditure? IMF, WP/13/162.

Bastasin C. (2012) Saving Europe the login page for more information, How National Politics Nearly Destroyed the Euro, Brookings Institution Press.

Bellettini G., Ceroni C.B., Prarolo G. (2013) Political persistence and economic growth, European Journal of Political Economy, Volume 31, Pages 165–179.

Blinder A.S., Watson M.W. (2014) Presidents and the U.S. Economy: An Econometric Exploration, NBER Working Paper No. 20324.

Campos N.F., Nugent J.B. (2002) Who is afraid of political instability? Elsevier.

Chen B., Feng Y. (1996) Some political determinants of economic growth: Theory and empirical implications, European Journal of Political Economy, Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 609–627.

Derviş K. (2013) The European Consequences of Germany’s Election, Project Syndicate.

Fernández-Villaverde J., Garicano L. (2013) Political Credit Cycles: The Case of The Eurozone, CEPR, Discussion Paper No. 9404.

Harrison E. (2013) On the economic consequences of the politics in the US, Germany and Europe, Credit Writedowns.

Harrison E. (2013) Implications of the German elections for the economy and markets, Credit Writedowns.

Jong-A-Pin R. (2009) On the measurement of political instability and its impact on economic growth, European Journal of Political Economy, Volume 25, Issue 1, Pages 15–29.

Lange P., Garrett G. (1985) The Politics of Growth: Strategic Interaction and Economic Performance in the Advanced Industrial Democracies, 1974-1980, The Journal of Politics, Volume 47, Number 3.

Polachek S.W., Sevastianova D. (2010) Does Conflict Disrupt Growth? Evidence of the Relationship between Political Instability and National Economic Performance, IZA Discussion Paper No. 4762.

Roubini Global Economics (2012) Elections and Economies: The Limits of Power in the Age of Deleveraging, RGE.

OECD (2015) Do Policies that Boost Aggregate Growth Generate Economic Instability for Individual Households?, OECD Economics Department Policy Note No. 25.

O’Keeffe M., Terzi A. (2015) The Political Economy of Financial Crisis Policy, Bruegel.