Subjectivist Social Change: The Influence of Culture and Ideas on Economic Policy
George Mason University, 2007 - 153 pages
These claims are subjected to empirical analysis with a systematic study of the spread of the flat tax throughout post-communist Europe. A comparative methodology is utilised and demonstrates that whilst interest-explanations explain the spread of economic policy, idea-drivers are required to understand the source. This supports the view that rational-choice political science requires an epistemic element, and contributes to a broader, subjectivist approach to social change.
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