Self-Interest and Public Interest in Western Politics

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Index
Abramowitz, Alan I. 44
act utilitarianism 14
agents 91
aggregate analysis 17-19, 26, 29-39
passim, 43, 57, 66
in European economic voting 46
aggregation 7-8, 12-13, 17, 36, 39, 55
agreements 100, 101, 110
Åkerman, Johan30
Alford, J. R.39
alienation 103
allegiance 20
allocations 79, 82, 88
Air, James50
altruism 33, 56, 59, 61, 110, 111
and personal economic situation 51
prisoners' dilemma and 105, 106
and why people vote 40
American Journal of Political Science46
American Political Science Review29, 33
American Voter, The18
anarchy 101
Anton, Thomas78
apathy 20, 22
Arcelus, Francisco34
Arrow, Kenneth J.7, 108
assessments 11, 12
asymmetry 34, 43
attitudes 42, 44, 45, 47, 55, 92
sociotropic 40
see also behaviour
Australia63, 91
Austria52
balance of payments 50
Barnhart, John29
Barry, Brian11, 23
Bean, Louis30
behaviour 3, 10-12passim, 17, 25-6, 58, 101
bureaucratic 83
consumer 75-6
government 65
political 18, 36; and politician 81
rational 4, 21
social group 39
sociotropic 43-5
voting 19, 20, 31, 34, 41, 43; personal economic circumstances and 47-8, 53-4
Belgium72, 91
Benson, Bruce81
Bentham, Jeremy9, 109
Bentley, Arthur11
Berelson, Bernard18, 19, 22
bias 33, 44
Bondeförbundet90
boom 34, 39
Breton, Albert80, 81
Britain46, 64, 65, 68, 69, 91
altruism question and 50-1
economic voting in 47, 48
local government in 82
top civil servants in 86, 87
Buchanan, James M.5, 6, 25, 39, 83, 100-1
budgets 6, 45, 65, 66, 68
budget-maximization 2, 6, 75-8; and budgetary process 78-91
bureaucrats 6, 8, 75-97, 98, 108, 109
and implementation 2, 25, 31
business cycle 29-30, 31, 39, 62-71, 74, 108
Butler, David49, 50
Cameron, David95
Canada56, 57, 63, 70, 71, 87
candidates 38, 39
capital 62, 85
care 93
causal analysis 27
causal determinism 108
Centerpartiet 90
choice 10, 29, 39, 42-3, 52, 60, 111
altruistic 51
collective 5, 103

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