The Political Economy is ideally suited as a supplementary text for courses in American government and politics, policy studies, business-government relations, and economic issues and policy making. It integrates selections from the very finest new and classical works of political and economic analysis, by distinguished scholars, into a comprehensive overview of the American political system.
Thomas Ferguson (Author) , Joel Rogers (Author)
1. STRUCTURE Markets, Politics, and the Constraints of Capitalist Democracy, 2. CONDUCT Institutions, Processes, and Group Bargaining, 3. PERFORMANCE Policies, Outcomes, Directions