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PUAF620

Political Analysis

Examination of politics as a process for allocating scarce resources among claimants for public benefits. Comparision of the allocative model of politics with other distributive processes, such as markets. Comparison of the model with behavior of different political institutions, such as Congress and the presidency. Study of politics as a process with distinctive concepts of rationality. The translation of voter and interest group preferences into public choices. The impact of political decisions on competing constituencies.

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Average GPA: 3.50 between 461 students

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