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George Tsebelis on Fiscal Policy - Dictionary of Arguments

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Fiscal Policy/Tsebelis: with his veto-player theorem, which initially referred to political decision-making, Tsebelis later (1) showed that fiscal policy can also be explained by corresponding behaviour: Tsebelis chose budget policy as an important empirical test and was able to show for 19 Western industrialised countries in the period 1973-1995 that the expenditure structure of state budgets is significantly explained by the ideological distance of the veto players. See Veto Player/Tsebelis: Thesis: political changes are only possible if all veto players agree.

1.George Tsebelis & Eric C.C. Chang. 2004. Veto players and the structure of budgets in advanced industrialized countries. European Journal of Political Research 43( 3): 449– 476.

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George Tsebelis
Veto Players: How political institutions work Princeton 2002

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Karsten Mause
Christian Müller
Klaus Schubert,
Politik und Wirtschaft: Ein integratives Kompendium Wiesbaden 2018

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