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Autocratic, democratic, and optimal government

William A. Niskanen

Autocratic, democratic, and optimal government

fiscal choices and economic outcomes

by William A. Niskanen

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Published by Edward Elger in Cheltenham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiscal policy.,
  • Government spending policy.,
  • Comparative government.,
  • Democracy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementWilliam A. Niskanen.
    ContributionsLocke Institute.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 138p. :
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22039354M
    ISBN 101843764350

    This book represents a continuation of my earlier books, Autocracy, Despotism and Democracy, Part 1: Israel, Rome and Constantinople (to ) and Autocracy, Despotism and Democracy, Part 2: The Age of Reason (). It follows the theme of the struggle between Christian political power and its. Autocratic Governments In an autocratic government, one person or group holds all the power, without the participation, or sometimes even the consent, of the people. The word “autocracy,” the opposite of democracy, comes from the Greek words: “autos” meaning “self” and “kratos” meaning “power.” Absolute Monarchy Military.

    The “China model” is alluring to democracy’s critics, for whom China’s firm handling of the COVID outbreak looks like another proof point for authoritarianism. Yet good public-health.   At the turn of the 20th century, stilted attempts at democratic governance around the globe prompted many scholars to reflect on whether democracy was an ideal form of government. The key studies at this time were largely normative in nature, often promoting the merits of oligarchic rule and questioning the feasibility of liberal democracy.

      Lewin’s framework defines three styles of leadership, particularly around decision-making; autocratic, democratic and laissez-faire. Autocratic leaders make all the decisions themselves. They do not consult their team, or let them make decisions. Once the decision has been made, they impose it and expect obedience.   The article presents you all the differences between autocratic and democratic leadership. Autocratic leadership can be defined as a leadership style, wherein a clear line of demarcation between leader and follower exist, as the leader has got absolute power of commanding and decision making. On the other hand, a leadership style in which the leader values the opinions and .


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Niskanen (Author) › Visit Amazon's William A. Niskanen Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: Autocratic, Democratic, And Optimal Government: Fiscal Choices And Economic Outcomes (The Locke Institute series) [William A.

Niskanen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Niskanen, William A. All types of government face two major fiscal decisions: the level of government services and the average tax rate.

This paper develops models of autocratic, democratic, and optimal government. The effects of alternative government structures are estimated using a common set of parameters based on US.

data. Output and government services are higher in u democracy than in an autocracy Cited by:   William Niskanen provides valuable analysis of the effects of the voting rule, the progressivity of the tax structure, and the length of the fiscal horizon in democratic governments and interesting insights of the effects of alternative regimes on policies, such as war and immigration, that affect the number of people subject and optimal government book the by: William Niskanen provides valuable analysis of the effects of the voting rule, the progressivity of the tax structure, and the length of the fiscal horizon in democratic governments and interesting insights of the effects of alternative regimes on policies, such as war and immigration, that affect the number of people subject to the : William A.

Niskanen. optimal government is one that maximizes average net disposable income. A democratic government is one that maximizes the net disposable income of the median voter.

An autocratic government is one that maximizes the net income the ruling clique extr acts from the. All types of government face two major fiscal decisions: the level of government services and the average tax rate.

This paper develops models of autocratic, democratic, and optimal government. The effects of alternative government structures are estimated using a common set of parameters based on U.S.

data. Output and government services are higher in a democracy than in an autocracy, but. Models of Government The section entitled “Models of government” develops simple is HHhmodels of autocratic, democratic, and optimal governments, where each model includes two common functions relating economic conditions and tax revenues to the primary fiscal decisions relating economic conditions by each type of government.

Autocratic, Democratic, and Optimal Government: Fiscal Choices and Economic Outcomes R. Morris Coats 1 Public Choice volumepages – () Cite this articleAuthor: R. Morris Coats. Autocratic, Democratic, and Optimal Government: Fiscal Choices and Economic Outcomes Randall G.

Holcombe 1 Public Choice volumepages – () Cite this articleAuthor: Randall G. Holcombe. Chapter 2: Models of Government; Chapter 3: The Parameters; Chapter 4: Autocratic, Democratic, and Optimal Government; Chapter 5: Variations on the Democratic Model; Chapter 6: Fiscal Rules for a Democracy; Chapter 7: A Constitutional Approach to Taxes and Transfers; Chapter 8: Population Issues; Chapter 9: Culture and Institutions; Chapter Autocratic, Democratic, and Optimal Government: Fiscal Choices and Economic Outcomes Article in Public Choice (1) February with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

All types of government face two major fiscal decisions: the level of government services and the average tax rate. This paper develops models of autocratic, democratic, and optimal government. The effects of alternative government structures are estimated using a common set of parameters based on US.

data. Output and government services are higher in u democracy than in an autocracy, but. Abstract Democratic and autocratic rulers alike must use a bureaucracy to implement policy.

In each case the optimal policy is a second-best solution to this agency problem, giving the bureaucrat some economic rent for information revelation and e ort incentive.

Autocratic, democratic, and optimal government: fiscal choices and economic outcomes. [William A Niskanen] -- "This book presents simple models of the major alternative types of political regimes, estimates of the parameters of these models, and quantitative estimates of.

Autocratic, Democratic, and Optimal Government: A Sketch W. Niskanen In his paper Niskanen provides valuable analysis of the effects of the voting rule, the progressivity of the tax structure, and the length of the fiscal horizon in democratic governments and interesting insights of the effect of alternative regimes on policies, such as war and immigration, that affect the number of.

It’s not every day that political scientists get a chance to observe a real-world, real-time experiment on how governments around the globe handle the same, all-consuming crisis. An optimal government is one that maximizes average net dispos-able income.

A democratic government is one that maximizes the net disposable income of the median voter. An autocratic government. Mancur argues that a democracy is better than raw anarchy, but democracy is still far from perfect.

(2)In conclusion, both autocratic and democratic governments have many strong and weak points. Some negative aspects of autocracy such as income tax monopoly can have a.

“Thank you, my friends. We have lost, and this is the last day of my political career, so I will say what must be said. We are standing at the edge of the abyss. Our political system, our society, our country itself are in greater danger than at any time in the last century and a half.

The president-elect has made his intentions clear, and it. Ina group of researchers led by German-American psychologist Kurt Lewin identified three major leadership styles: authoritarian or autocratic; participative or democratic; and delegative.

Good leaders may well adopt some element of all of the styles of leadership. “ Where there is little or no public opinion, there is likely to be bad government, which sooner or later becomes autocratic government.“ William Lyon Mackenzie King.

Works Cited. Berggren, Niclas. “Autocratic, Democratic, and Optimal Government. Fiscal Choices and Economic Outcomes.” Economic Affairs, vol.

24, no. 3, Sept.pp The Styles of Leadership: A Critical Review common styles include autocratic, bureaucratic, leadership and laissez-faire. In the past several decades, Bureaucratic leadership is where the manager manages “by the book¨ Everything must be done according to procedure or policy.

If it isn’t covered by the book, the manager refers to.