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The economy as a political issue
A theory of qualitative choice
British government popularity and economic performance
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adaptive expectations argued assumed assumption balance of payments Britain bureaucracy Butler and Stokes capitalists cent changes Chapter civil servants conflict constituency constraint demand denotes depend disposable income domestic economic performance economic policy economic variables effect election eve election period electorate equation equilibrium estimated evaluation fiscal deficit ratio foreign reserves government expenditures gross domestic product growth Heath hypothesis ideology implies incomes policies increase inflation rate interest function interest rate investment Labour government Labour party main opposition party maximise ment money illusion Nordhaus outcome output parameters permanent income hypothesis permitted fiscal deficit Phillips curve political business cycle political party political-economic reaction functions private sector agents public sector public spending purchasing power parity rate of inflation rational expectations re-election rentiers satisficing Section social strategy sub-periods Subsection tax rate taxation Thatcher theory trade unions unemployed unemployment rate vote-maximising voters voting behaviour wage Wilson