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Through case studies, illustrations, and examples, the author provides students with the means to analyze a wide variety of situations. The Second Edition has been thoroughly revised to include updated cases and examples, new problem sets and discussion questions, and new 'Experimental Corner' sections at the end of many chapters, describing experiments from social science literature.
Table of Contents
|It Isn't Rocket Science, but …||p. 3|
|Rationality: The Model of Choice||p. 13|
|Getting Started with Group Choice Analysis||p. 41|
|Group Choice and Majority Rule||p. 53|
|Spatial Models of Majority Rule||p. 90|
|Strategic Behavior: Sophistication, Misrepresentation, and Manipulation||p. 156|
|Voting Methods and Electoral Systems||p. 191|
|Cooperation, Collective Action, and Public Goods|
|Collective Action||p. 262|
|Public Goods, Externalities, and the Commons||p. 306|
|Institutions: General Remarks||p. 355|
|Bureaucracy and Intergovernmental Relations||p. 407|
|Courts and Judges||p. 473|
|Cabinet Government and Parliamentary Democracy||p. 503|
|Final Lessons||p. 530|
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