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New Paradigm for the Research of Post-communist Economies and Societies Oleksandr Fisun Oleksandr Fisun Department of Political Science, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine *Correspondence: firstname.lastname@example.org The problem of understanding post-communist regimes may be compared to the...
Abstract Political opposition to fiscal adjustments has varied significantly across countries. Our analysis links this variation to differences in the congruence of voter attitudes towards fiscal trade-offs across political blocs in different countries. These differences in attitudes, in turn,...
Abstract This article challenges the widespread notion that national elections are unequivocally good for people’s satisfaction with democracy. Instead, it argues that elections have enduring and disparate effects on democratic satisfaction, depending on the economic situation in which they take...
Abstract Public investment spending declined steadily in advanced economies during the last three decades. Germany is a case in point where the aggregate decline coincided with growing inequality in investments across districts. What explains the variation in local investment spending? We...
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