The political market for government assistance to Australian manufacturing industries
This paper applies the emerging neoclassical economic theory of politics to the question of why some industries receive more government assistance than others. Various determinants of the incentives for interest groups to demand assistance and for governments to supply assistance are suggested on a priori grounds. An attempt is then mode to see how well these factors can explain (I) the differences between rates of assistance to Australia's munufacturing industries at various points in time...[Show more]
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