5.4 Πολιτικό Κόστος και Διαρθρωτικές Μεταρρυθμίσεις

Βιβλιογραφία

Alesina A., Perotti R., Tavares J. (1998) The Political Economy of Fiscal Adjustments, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 197-266.

Alesina A., Rosenthal H. (1995) Partisan Politics, Divided Government and the Economy, Cambridge University Press.

Bonfiglioli A., Gancia G. (2011) The Political Cost of Reforms, CEPR Discussion Paper 8421.

Brender A., Drazen A. (2008) How Do Budget Deficits and Economic Growth Affect Reelection Prospects? Evidence from a Large Panel of Countries, American Economic Review 98(5), 2203-2220.

Buti M., Turrini A., Van den Noord P., Biroli P. (2010). Reforms and re-elections in OECD countries, Economic Policy 61, 61-116.

Drazen A., Eslava M. (2010). Electoral Manipulation via Voter-Friendly Spending: Theory and Evidence, Journal of Development Economics, 92.

Grossman G., Helpman E. (2001) Special Interest Politics, MIT Press: Cambridge MA and London UK.

Fair R.C. (1978) The Effect of Economic Events on Votes for President, Review of Economics and Statistics, 60, 159-173.

Fair R.C. (2008) Presidential and Congressional Vote-Share Equations, American Journal of Political Science 53 (1), 55 – 72.

Favero C.A., Galasso V. (2015) Demographics and the Secular Stagnation Hypothesis in Europe, CEPR, DP10887.

Fernandez R., Rodrik D. (1991) Resistance to Reform: Status Quo Bias in the Presence of Individual- Specific Uncertainty, American Economic Review 81(5), 1146-1155.

Hallett H.A.J. (2010) Why Do Some Countries Undertake Structural Reforms When Others Do Not? Evidence from the OECD and Emerging Market Economies, Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, 1 (1): pp. 81-103.

Kiewie D.R., Rivers D. (1985) A Retrospective on Retrospective Voting, in Eulau H. and Lewis M.S., Beck Economic Conditions and Electoral Outcomes: The United States and Western Europe, New York: Agathon, pp. 207-31.

Peltzman S. (1992) Voters as Fiscal Conservatives, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 107(2): 327.61.

 

Further Reading List

Acemoglu D., Cantoni D., Johnson S., Robinson J.A. (2009) The consequences of external reform: Lessons from the French Revolution, VoxEu.org, 02 July.

Besley T., Case A. (1995) Does Electoral Accountability Affect Economic Policy Choices? Evidence from Gubernatorial Term Limits, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 110 (3), 769-798.

Galbraith J. (2015) What is Reform? The Strange Case of Greece and Europe: Why creditors’ demands would only prolong Greece’s crisis, The American Prospect.

Gancia G., Bonfiglioli A. (2011) Why are reforms so politically difficult? VoxEU.

Giuliano P., Mishra P., Spilimbergo A. (2010) Democracy and Reforms: Evidence from a New Dataset, WP/10/173, IMF.

Gropp R.E. (2015) Rejection of Reforms as a Chance for Reforms, IWH Press Release 27/2015.

OECD (2012) What are the Best Policy Instruments for Fiscal Consolidation? OECD Economics Department Policy Notes, No. 12, April.

OECD (2015) OECD Economic Policy Brief: Pro-growth reforms: their impact on income inequality and household economic vulnerability.

Ostry J.D., Prati A. (2009) Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries, IMF.