Readings in Political Economy
May 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
Part II: Institutions, Markets and Political Power.
Part III. Alternative Conceptions of the State.
Part IV. Government and Agency.
- Explores diverse intersections between politics and economics
- Includes analyses of institutions, conceptions of the state, agency, and the political process
- Presents both the historical roots and recent developments of Political Economy
–Jean-Philippe Platteau, Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix
"The revival in recent years of the study of political institutions from an economic perspective is exemplified in this collection of exciting articles, which assembles influential contributions from economists, philosophers and political scientists."
–Ernst Fehr, University of Zürich