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Government and Collective Goods
Empirical Correlates of the Postindustrial ProcessState
lmplications of the Argument
adequate good image agricultural argument assume basic behavior central citizens cognitive orientation collective action collective goods approach comparative politics comparative research concept concern corroborate cost-benefit analysis countries cross levels cross systems cross-sectional cross-time decline diseconomies of scale dominance economic growth economies of scale efficiency emphasis Energy Consumption environment example exist factor analysis Foster free rider problems governmental gross national product image of adequate image of limited implications incentives increase industrial sector information bias labor force employed ln addition ln fact lndustrial lnternational Studies measures methodological methodological individualism Nations Statistical Yearbook negative Pareto optimal peasant society Percent labor force political change political institutions political participation postindustrial process-state postindustrial societies preference schedules problems process assumption public sector question relationships sanctions sector proportion service sector shift social socio-economic development socio-political change process strategy suggests theory development tion unicausal urban value changes variable within-system