TL reading update 53

Some recent publications which will be of interest: Whiteley, P., Clarke, H.D., Sanders, D., et al. (2013) Affluence, austerity and electoral change in Britain. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Latest from the Essex psephologists using BES data] Bertelli, A.M. and John, P. (2013) ‘Public policy investment: risk and return in British politics’, British Journal of Political […]

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Written by Roger Middleton on October 10th, 2013 with comments disabled.
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Some recent publications which will be of interest:

Whiteley, P., Clarke, H.D., Sanders, D., et al. (2013) Affluence, austerity and electoral change in Britain. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Latest from the Essex psephologists using BES data]

Bertelli, A.M. and John, P. (2013) ‘Public policy investment: risk and return in British politics’, British Journal of Political Science, 43.4, 741-73. [An attempt to empiricise a very complex concept]

Butler, E. (2012) Public choice: a primer. London: IEA. [Have already circulated this to you]

King, A. and Crewe, I. (2013) The blunders of government. London: Oneworld Publications. [Widely reviewed, contains chapter on ERM]

Alexander, J.A. (2013) ‘The contradictions of conservatism’, Government and Opposition, 48.4, 594-615. [Have already circulated this to you]

Manski, C. (2013) Public policy in an uncertain world. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. [Economists wake up to complexity!]

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