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Public Debt and the Birth of the Democratic State: France and Great Britain, 1688-1789

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POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INSTITUTIONS AND DECISIONS

Series Editors

Randall Calvert, Washington University, St. Louis
Thrainn Eggertsson, Max Planck Institute, Germany, and University of Iceland

Founding Editors

James E. Alt, Harvard University
Douglass C. North, Washington University, St. Louis

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Alesina and Howard Rosenthal, Partisan Politics, Divided Government and the Economy
Lee J. Alston, Thrainn Eggertsson and Douglass C. North, eds.,
Empirical Studies in Institutional Change
Lee J. Alston and Joseph P. Ferrie, Southern Paternalism and the Rise of the American Welfare State: Economics, Politics, and Institutions, 1865–1965
James E. Alt and Kenneth Shepsle, eds., Perspectives on Positive Political Economy
Jeffrey S. Banks and Eric A. Hanushek, eds., Modern Political Economy: Old Topics, New Directions
Yoram Barzel, Economic Analysis of Property Rights, 2nd edition
Robert Bates, Beyond the Miracle of the Market: The Political Economy of Agrarian Development in Kenya
Peter Cowhey and Mathew McCubbins, eds., Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States
Gary W. Cox, The Efficient Secret: The Cabinet and the Development of Political Parties in Victorian England
Gary W. Cox, Making Votes Count: Strategic Coordination in the World’s Electoral System
Jean Ensminger, Making a Market: The Institutional Transformation of an African Society
David Epstein and Sharyn O’Halloran, Delegating Powers: A Transaction Cost Politics Approach to Policy Making under Separate Powers
Kathryn Firmin-Sellers, The Transformation of Property Rights in the Gold Coast: An Empirical Analysis Applying Rational Choice Theory
Clark C. Gibson, Politics and Poachers: The Political Economy of Wildlife Policy in Africa
Ron Harris, The Legal Framework of Business Organization: England 1720–1844

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