Van Winden, Frans
December 1984
De Economist (0013-063X);Dec1984, Vol. 132 Issue 4, p491
Academic Journal
Presents a response to Ten Raa's review of the book "On the Interaction Between State and Private Sector: A Study in Political Economics," by Frans van Winden. Main criticism by Ten Raa; Assumption on the efforts of state sector workers to maximize the interest structure of their organizations; Comment from Ten Raa on the equilibrium concept used in the context of government coalition formation.


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