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Published September 1998 | Published
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Reviewed Work: Analytical Politics


Mathematical models of political processes have become increasingly sophisticated over the last few decades, with the lessons drawn from such models generating insights relevant for both political scientists and economists. In Analytical Politics, Professors Hinich and Munger present some of the primary building blocks of these models, show how they fit together, and describe some of the more fundamental conclusions established to date. The material is pitched to an audience of graduate and advanced undergraduate students in political science and economics (exercises are provided), as well as to scholars unfamiliar with the terrain. Most of the formal results are stated without proof, and no new results are presented.

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© 1998 American Economic Association.

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