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Title Design and use of political economy indicators [electronic resource] ; Challenges of definition, aggregation, and application / Edited by King Banaian, Bryan Roberts.

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

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Physical description 240 p.
Notes Ebook.
Originally published in: 2008.
Contents The Challenges of Measurement in Political Economy Trade Measures Central Bank Independence Fiscal Policy Capital Controls Welfare: Human Development and Happiness Economic Freedom Property Rights Rule of Law The Use of PEIs in Economic Policymaking The Construction of PEIs in Public Discourse Political Economy Measurement: An Agenda for Change.
File type Document
Summary This edited volume seeks to provide a critical and technical look at international political economic indices (PEIs). It examines measurement issues, relates PEIs to economic theory, and suggests better measures than those currently used.
System notes Adobe Ebook Reader.
History notes KING BANAIAN is a Professor and Chariman of the Department of Economics at St. Cloud State University, USA. BRYAN ROBERTS is a Program Manager for the Department of Homeland Security.
Other author Banaian, King.
Roberts, Bryan.
Subject Political economy.
Economic theory & philosophy.
Economics.
ISBN 9780230616622 : 丮88
0230616623 : 丮88