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Political economy analysis of tax reforms

A country’s tax system has two key elements: tax policy and tax administration. Political economy analysis is essential for understanding the factors responsible for facilitating and hindering tax reforms in…

Minister’s remarks against the GCC illustrate the deterioration of the Lebanese political system

A photo provided by the Lebanese Photo Agency Dalati and Nohra shows Lebanese Foreign Minister Charbel Wehbe (right) presenting his resignation to President Michel Aoun at the Presidential Palace in…

Shadowy Dark Money Is Ruining Our Political System – Guess Who Ruled Dark Dollars In 2020

It’s an accusation coming from both sides of the political aisle: Conservatives say “black money” controls White House policy on issues ranging from legal process to the environment. Black money…

Former minister’s memoir is a frank critique of South African political economy

A new book by Rob davies, a former South African Minister of Trade and Industry, provides a candid and detailed insider account of the development of the country’s political economy…

Political Science Professor Hosts Conference on Chinese Communist Party – The GW Hatchet

Media credit: Danielle Towers | Photo editor assistant Bruce Dickson, professor of political science and international affairs, discussed the politics of the CCP and its history of oppression and control…

Monday Musings: The political economy of the Marathas in Maharashtra

Last week, when the Supreme Court overturned job and education reservations to Maharashtra’s politically dominant Marathas, every political party came forward to take a stand. Of course, political parties cannot…

Nuno P. Monteiro, Associate Professor of Political Science

Nuno P. Monteiro Nuno P. Monteiro, associate professor of political science, died on May 5. Monteiro was an expert in international relations theory and security studies. He was known among…

Political stability

Economic growth depends on three things: capital accumulation, human resources and technological progress. Capital – including foreign direct investment (FDI) – accumulates where there is political stability. FDI brings both…

Meet the 2021 Frank Stilwell Political Economy Award winners

Ram’s research is guided by the firm belief that in a democratic country like India, citizens should have a stake in the decision-making process and the ownership of clean energy…

The failing political system

The dismal performance of the PTI in the NA-249 Karachi by-election reflects the growing distrust and distrust that people are showing in the PTI government’s ability to solve their problems.…