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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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adopted allowances alternative analysis approach argued assumed assumption attempt balance of payments behaviour business cycle capital cent changes Chapter concern Conservative considered constituency constraint cuts demand denotes depend determined discussed disposable income distribution domestic economic policy effect election electorate equation error estimated evaluation evidence example expectations expenditures explain factors follows foreign function given government's groups growth hypothesis ideology implies important increase inflation influence interest investment issues Labour lead maximise ment nature objectives obtains opposition optimal outcome output party performance period political political-economic popularity position private sector problem public sector ratio re-election reaction reduced relative respectively rise rule satisficing shows social spending strategy Table tax rate taxation theory trade unemployed unemployment unemployment rate union variables voters voting wage weight Wilson workers