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New Political Economy, ISSN 1356-3467, 01/2018, Volume 23, Issue 1, pp. 105 - 127
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02/2016, Economics as Social Theory, ISBN 9780415858380, 228
Although political rhetoric and public perception continue to assume that the United States is the very definition of a free market economy, a different system... 
Military-Industrial Complex | U.S. Politics | Political Economy | Heterodox Economics | Corporate Welfare Economy | The Nexus | Trading Favors | Institutional Economics | Macroeconomics | Dissenting Economists | American Economics | Real World Economic Review
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History of Political Economy, ISSN 0018-2702, 1999, Volume 31, Issue 1, pp. 79 - 107
...  Throughout the twentieth century the application of laissez-faire to money and banking was rejected by most economists and policy makers. However, in recent... 
Economics | European History | History | U.S. History | LAW | REINTERPRETATION | SCOTLAND | REFLUX | HISTORY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES | ECONOMICS | DISSENTING VIEW | 19th century AD | Banking industry | Smith, Adam (American congressional representative) | Parnell, Henry | White, L H | Economic theory | Banking | Smith, Vera | Economists
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Judicature, ISSN 0022-5800, 09/2013, Volume 97, Issue 2, pp. 109 - 112
.... The authors of "The Behavior of Federal Judges" are a law professor steeped in the quantitative methods of contemporary social science, an economist who has long studied legal institutions... 
Evaluation | Models | Dissenting opinions | Judicial process | Political appointments | Federal court decisions | Judges & magistrates | Statistical methods | Preferences | Ideology
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The Yale law journal, ISSN 0044-0094, 3/1924, Volume 33, Issue 5, pp. 489 - 500
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American journal of political science, ISSN 1540-5907, 04/2010, Volume 54, Issue 2, pp. 459 - 476
States whose agents engage in torture in a given year have a 93% chance of continuing to torture in the following year. What leads governments to stop the use... 
Human rights | Veto | Freedom of expression | Criminal justice | Civil law | Dissent | Democracy | Torture | Dissenting opinions | Liberalism | INSTITUTIONS | HUMAN-RIGHTS | LAW | INTEGRITY | DEMOCRACY | POLITICAL SCIENCE | CONVENTION | TIME | STATE REPRESSION | WORLD | EVENT | Suffrage | Political dissent | Political science | Prisoner treatment | Theory
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Macroeconomic dynamics, ISSN 1365-1005, 04/2016, Volume 20, Issue 3, pp. 791 - 818
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Geografiska annaler. Series B, Human geography, ISSN 1468-0467, 2016, Volume 86, Issue 2, pp. 95 - 115
This paper endorses recent pleas for an 'institutional turn' within economic geography. In particular, it reveals and connects the coherence and... 
Dissenting institutionalism embeddedness evolution difference regions | Geography | Technological innovation | Geographic regions | Corporations | Economic theory | Economic geography | Path dependent economic models | Institutional economics | Business structures | International economics
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American journal of political science, ISSN 0092-5853, 1996, Volume 40, Issue 4, pp. 971 - 1003
We test arguments from the legal model claiming that United States Supreme Court justices will follow previously established legal rules even when they... 
Stare decisis | Capital punishment | Voting | Boards of education | Dissent | Landmarks | United States Supreme Court opinions | Dissenting opinions | Rule of law | Supreme Court justices | POLITICAL SCIENCE | Psychological aspects | Influence | Law | Interpretation and construction | Judicial process | Supreme Court decisions | Judges & magistrates
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Tort trial & insurance practice law journal, ISSN 1543-3234, 1/2010, Volume 45, Issue 2, pp. 179 - 207
By grounding his decisions in the Constitution, he provided a sound foundation for the opinions generated by the more liberal wing of a deeply divided Court.13... 
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Public choice, ISSN 0048-5829, 7/1997, Volume 92, Issue 1/2, pp. 27 - 39
Previous studies have used probit or logit models to analyze two states of monetary policy (tighter or looser). In this paper we employ multinominal logit to... 
Employment forecasting | Credit | Unemployment rates | Voting | Federal Reserve Bank | Monetary policy | P values | Governors | Unemployment | Regular Articles | Forecasting models | Social Sciences, general | Public Finance & Economics | Political Science | OBJECTIVES | MEMBERS | PREFERENCES | POLITICAL SCIENCE | DISSENTING VOTES | MONETARY-POLICY | ECONOMICS | FEDERAL-RESERVE
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Government and opposition (London), ISSN 0017-257X, 07/1968, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 294 - 324
TO DISCUSS ‘OPPOSITION’ IN A ONE-PARTY SYSTEM, AND IN PARTICULAR in a communist one, might seem on first thought to involve a contradiction in terms. Communist... 
Political opposition | Writers | Political systems | Labor unions | Dissent | Democracy | Communism | Single party states | Dissenting opinions | Political parties
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03/2007, Volume 83, Issue 3, 32
"AIDS denial plays a corrosive role in the health policies of many countries, but nowhere has the damage been as extreme or as enduring as in South Africa.... 
Services | Medicine, Herbal | AIDS treatment | Healers | Interviews | Medicine, Botanic | Gwala, Zeblon | AIDS (Disease), South Africa | HIV (Viruses), Research | Antiviral agents | AIDS (Disease), Cambodia | AIDS (Disease), Treatment | Traditional medicine, South Africa | Public health, South Africa | Herbs, Therapeutic use | Dissenting opinions
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