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Chapter 2: The Strategic Perspective
The Strategic Perspective
Exercise 2-1. Tyrantia and Democratia
- Fill in table 2.1 with the key characteristics of Tyrantia and Democratia.
TABLE 2.1 Key Characteristics of Tyrantia and Democratia
Exercise 2-2. Winning Coalitions and Private Goods
For parts a, b, and c, write an expression or equation that says the same thing as the verbal statement. You will want to use some of the following symbols: +, –, *, /, <, ≤, >, and ≥. Please use the variable names indicated in parentheses.
- The size of the winning coalition (W) can never exceed the size of the selectorate (S), but the two may be equal.
- A government's revenues (R) are composed of foreign aid (f), natural resource wealth (n), and taxes levied at some rate ...