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politics of intergenerational redistribution
Guido Enrico Tabellini
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The Politics of Intergenerational Redistribution Guido Tabellini University di Cagliari and University of California, Los Angeles This paper studies the political-economic equilibrium of a two-period model with overlapping generations.
In each period the pol-icy is chosen under majority rule. The Politics of Intergenerational Redistribution. This paper studies the political-economic equilibrium of a two period model with overlapping generations.
In each period the policy is chosen under majority rule by the generations currently by: The Politics of Intergenerational Redistribution Guido Tabellini. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Monetary Economics. This paper studies the political-economic equilibrium of a two-period model with overlapping generations.
In each period the policy is chosen under majority rule by the generations currently by: 3. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tabellini, Guido Enrico, Politics of intergenerational redistribution.
Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, . Get this from a library. The Politics of Intergenerational Redistribution.
[Guido Tabellini; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper studies the political-economic equilibrium of a two-period. Abstract: model with overlapping generations. In each period the policy is chosen. Abstract: under majority rule. By issuing debt within this set, the first generation redistributes revenue in its favor and away from the second generation.
The paper characterizes the determinants of the equilibrium intergenerational redistribution and identifies a difference between debt and social security as instruments Author: Guido Tabellini.
By issuing debt within this set, the first generation redistributes revenue in its favor and away from the second generation.
The paper characterizes the determinants of the equilibrium intergenerational redistribution and identifies a difference between debt and social security as instruments of redistribution. Intergenerational Redistribution, Health Care, and Politics. Publicly provided health care implies considerable intergenerational redistribution.
The possibility of accumulating a fund or debt. 19 Jacob, Herbert and Lipsky, Michael, “Outputs, Structure and Power: An Assessment of Changes in the Study of State and Local Politics,” Journal of Politics, XXX (05 ), – 20 Dawson and Robinson attempted to get at the concept of redistribution in the article already cited, Cited by: between intergenerational mobility and support for redistributive policies.
Piketty () argues that individuals’ views about social mobility and their support for redistribution depend on their own personal experience of mobility; heterogeneous beliefs can persist because of differing private experiences. Bénabou and Ok ()Cited by: The paper characterizes the determinants of the equilibrium intergenerational redistribution carried out in this way, and points to a difference between debt policy and social security legislation as instruments of redistribution.
The key features of the model are heterogeneity within each generation and altruism across : Guido Tabellini. The authors study the politics of intergenerational redistribution in an overlapping generations model with short-lived governments.
The successive governments--who care about the welfare of the currently living generations and possibly about campaign contributions--are unable to precommit the future course of redistributive taxation.
mostly for equality of opportunity policies. A strong political polarization exists: Left-wing respondents are more pessimistic about intergenerational mobility, their preferences for redis-tribution are correlated with their mobility perceptions, and they respond to pessimistic infor-mation by increasing support for redistribution.
Journals & Books; Register Sign in. The political economy of intergenerational redistribution. (), there has been a vivid interest of political economists in addressing the above questions. This paper provides a comprehensive survey of this literature to date, where the emphasis is on a systematic treatment of the assumptions used Cited by: 2.
A classification of assumptions in the theory of intergenerational redistribution The common feature of the whole literature on the political economy of intergenerational redistribution is that the transfers brought about by government programs are regarded as (intended) outcomes of a political Cited by: the political variables considered.
Thomas Dye reported a veritable catalog of results in his book Politics, Economics, and the Public: Policy Outcomes in the American States." He employed the multiple regression model to analyze the relationship between cer-tain socio-economic variables (urbanization, in-dustrialization, income, and education.
For more than thirty years, Kevin Phillips' insight into American politics and economics has helped to make history as well as record it. His bestselling books, including The Emerging Republican Majority () and The Politics of Rich and Poor (), have influenced presidential campaigns and changed the way America sees itself.
Widely acknowledging Phillips as one of the Cited by: The book is an outstanding contribution to the literatures on land redistribution, democracies and dictatorships, political economy, and Latin American politics.".
Scott Mainwaring, Eugene and Helen Conley Professor of Political Science, University of Notre Dame "Albertus' book is a must-read for understanding distributive politics in Latin Cited by: Volume 1 examines problems of policy credibility caused by incentives to deviate from announced policy.
Volume 2 looks at feasibility problems caused by political pressures generated by the electoral process, the politics of the public debt, issues of the redistribution of wealth, and conflict over the need for economic s: 1.
intergenerational mobility affect preferences for redistribution in France, Italy, Sweden, the U.K., and the U.S. Americans are more optimistic than Europeans about social mobility. Our randomized treatment shows pessimistic information about mobility and increases support for redistribution, mostly for “equality of opportunity” policies.
Abstract. Jack Weldon’s theory of intergenerational transfers was a contribution of the first order to economic theory. 2 He took as his starting-point Lerner’s () observation that public pensions and other programmes with an impact on intergenerational distribution are not saving plans but rather plans for reallocating the resources currently available between the generations.The Structure of Inequality and the Politics of Redistribution NOAM LUPU Princeton University JONAS PONTUSSON Universit´edeGen eve` A gainst the current consensus among comparative political economists, we argue that inequality matters for redistributive politics in advanced capitalist societies, but it is the structure of in.Abstract.
Publicly provided health care implies considerable intergenerational redistribution. The possibility of accumulating a fund or debt will affect the degree of redistribution as well as how efficient the financing of health care : Douglas Lundin and María Sáez Martí.