The size and role of the government is one of the most fundamental and enduring debates that has attracted the attention of researchers for decades.Politicians, social scientists, and citizens disagree sharply about the appropriate public spending, as well as the size of government. Many see government as an agent striving to correct the inadequacies and excesses of the unrestrained markets. Others view politicians, public sector employees, and special interest groups as seeking to use the power of the government for their own purposes. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the reasons that determine the preferred size of government, and the role of government.

Auteri, M. (2013). Psychology of Public pending. In ALBERT T AVIDZE (a cura di), Progress in Economics Research. HAUPPAUGE NY 11788-3619 : Nova Science Publishers, Inc..

Psychology of Public pending

AUTERI, MONICA
2013-01-01

Abstract

The size and role of the government is one of the most fundamental and enduring debates that has attracted the attention of researchers for decades.Politicians, social scientists, and citizens disagree sharply about the appropriate public spending, as well as the size of government. Many see government as an agent striving to correct the inadequacies and excesses of the unrestrained markets. Others view politicians, public sector employees, and special interest groups as seeking to use the power of the government for their own purposes. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the reasons that determine the preferred size of government, and the role of government.
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Auteri, M. (2013). Psychology of Public pending. In ALBERT T AVIDZE (a cura di), Progress in Economics Research. HAUPPAUGE NY 11788-3619 : Nova Science Publishers, Inc..
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