Morrison, Kevin M. 2014. Nontaxation and Representation: The Fiscal Foundations of Political Stability. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Kanbur, Ravi, and Todd Sandler, with Kevin M. Morrison. 1999. The Future of Development Assistance: Common Pools and International Public Goods. Washington, DC. Morrison, Kevin M. Nontaxation and Representa-tion: The Fiscal Foundations of Political Stability. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics. Cam-bridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Pp. xiii, 148. $85.00. ISBN 978-1-107-07677-8, cloth. JEL 2016-0178 Examines the effects of nontaxation and includes case studies of Brazil. Morrison, Kevin M. 2015. Nontaxation and Representation: The Fiscal Foundations of Political Stability. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Kanbur, Ravi, and Todd Sandler, with Kevin M. Morrison. 1999. The Future of Development Assistance: Common Pools and International Public Goods. Washington, DC. Latin American fiscal policy presents a stark challenge to standard analytical models of political economy. Most importantly, since about 1990 the combination of drastic inequality, electoral democracy, and weak redistributive efforts appears to contradict the economists’ workhorse, the median-voter model, which predicts significant fiscal redistribution under these conditions Meltzer and.
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7Kevin m. m orrison, Nontaxation and Representation: The Fiscal Foundations of Political Stability new york: Cambridge university press, 2015. 8Gwenn okruhlik, ‘rentier wealth, unruly law, and the rise of opposition: the political economy of oil states, ’Comparative Politics 31, 1999, pp. 295–315; John l. The government offered a specific representation of Mauritania's domestic political system, which set the valuable stability of the regime against the subversive actions of transnational networks of Islamists, Ba'athists, Nasserists, and their domestic accomplices, altogether joined in an effort to import regional instability into Mauritania. Kevin Morrison. 2014. Nontaxation and Representation: The Fiscal Foundations of Political Stability. Cambridge University Press. 7. 5. Catching-Up. October 20. "The Politics of Structural Change," Comparative Political Studies, 25, pp. 521-547. Adam Przeworski and John Sprague. 1986. Kevin Morrison completed his PhD in the department in 2007, and went on to a distinguished career at the University of Pittsburgh. He was an Associate Professor of political science at the University of Pittsburgh, as well as President of the Faculty in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs GSPIA. His article in International Organization won the 2009 Robert O. Keohane. By identifying when and how democracy fosters markets and states, this work contributes to long-standing debates in comparative politics, public policy, and post-communist studies.
Oct 27, 2010 · Kevin M. Morrison is Assistant Professor at the Department of Government, Cornell University;. He is grateful to three anonymous reviewers, Pierre Jaquet, Emmanuel Jimenez, Mushtaq Khan, Tom Morrison, Akbar Noman, Tom Pepinsky, Michael Ross, Chukwuma Soludo, Francis Wilson, and Nimrod Zalk for comments, and particularly to Joseph Stiglitz for his encouragement and support. Kevin M. Morrison. Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh. Verified email at gspia. Sort. Sort by citations Sort by year Sort by title. Cited by. Cited by. Year; Oil, nontax revenue, and the redistributional foundations of regime stability. KM Morrison. International Organization 63 1, 107-138, 2009. Comparative Political.
This paper qualitatively revisits the thesis that rentier regimes can draw on their non-tax revenues to buy political legitimacy and stability. Exploring the material/moral interplay in Mideast rentier politics, I show why and how rents may provide for provisional, but not sustainable, stability for authoritarian rentier regimes. I propose distinguishing between negative and positive political. Morrison Kevin M. - Nontaxation and Representation. The Fiscal Foundations of Political Stability. - New York, Cambridge University Press, 2015 Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics. XIV 154 p. Figures. Bibliogr. Index. Dans ce livre, Kevin M. Morrison pose une question classique de la science politique: est-ce que la taxation. In his book Nontaxation and Representation: The Fiscal Foundations of Political Stability Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics Kevin M. Morrison 95C develops a novel argument about how government revenues of all kinds affect political regimes and their leaders. Contrary to conventional wisdom, Morrison illustrates that taxation leads to.
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