This book addresses a number of controversies in political economy of political support in three Anglo-American polities-Canada, Great Britain, and the United States. It addresses a range of theoretical issues concerning which variables properly belong in political economy models.
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About the Author
Harold D. Clarke, Euel W. Elliott, William Mishler, Marianne C. Stewart, Paul F. Whiteley, and Gary Zuk
Table of Contents1. Introduction: Contemporary Political Economy 2. The Economics and Politics of Presidential Approval: The Reagan Years 3. Through a Glass Darkly: Economic Evaluations and Governing Party Support in Mrs. Thatcher's Britain 4. The Dynamics of Third-Party Support: The British Liberals and the Alliance, 1979-1987 5. Regional Political-Economic Contexts and Party Support in Canada, 1985-1988 6. Campaign Context, Economic Evaluations, and Electoral Choice: The 1988 American Presidential Election 7. "It's Their Fault!" The Economics and Politics of Governing Party Support in Canada Since 1988 8. Macroeconomic Theories and Political Interests: The Political Business Cycle 9. International Developments and Presidential Factors: Political Business Cycles in the United States