This course covers theory, evidence and current issues at the intersection between economics and political science. When so many economic decisions are taken by political actors, understanding the economy also means understanding the interactions between politics and economics. Topics considered include economic theories of the state, regime changes and revolutions, voting theory, interest group politics, corruption, the democratic peace, and electoral competition.
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