Comment on Wright's Analysis
- Interparty Competition and State Social Welfare Policy: When a Difference Makes a Difference. Wright Jr., Gerald C. // Journal of Politics;Aug75, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p796
Examines the nonlinear relationships between interparty competition and state welfare policies. Form of the nonlinear function; Transformations and variables; Description of the relationship between interparty competition and social welfare policy according to nonlinear models.
- Politiske partier som opinionsledere: resultater fra en panelunders�gelse. Slothuus, Rune; Petersen, Michael Bang; Rathlev, Jakob // Politica: Tidsskrift for Politisk Videnskab;Nov2012, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p544
No abstract available.
- The sop story. Rahman, Shafi // India Today;4/20/2009, p12
The article indicates the manifestos of political parties in India aimed at transforming the country into a welfare state. Included in the platform of the Congress are the National Security Act, focus on health insurance, reservations for economically weaker section, opposition to privatization,...
- Dems' key challenges. Moulitsas, Markos // Hill;10/15/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 119, p29
The article focuses on the author's view regarding the key Democratic victories in order to break the influence and agenda of the Republicans including Electoral College, Republican strongholds and the Kentucky Senate.
- GOP demands confirmations. Mancini, Rosamaria // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);11/8/2002, Vol. 49 Issue 48, p1A
Reports that the nine-member Republican minority of the Nassau County Legislature insisted that four democratic appointees to the county planning commission must win confirmation from the Legislature before they vote on any more cases. Effect of the controversy on areas of commission decisions...
- Republicans need a new agenda. Lockhart, Lee // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;12/20/2002, Issue 323023, p20
Focuses on the reorganization of the political agenda of the Republican Party in California. Attraction of independent and Democratic voters; Promotion of issues supported by the voting population; Formulation of realistic regulations.
- Public Policy: Developing a Distinctive Identity? Hindmoor, Andrew // Parliamentary Affairs;Apr2002, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p287
Focuses on the public policy in Great Britain. Review of the second-term policy agenda of the Labour Party; Priority of the government on public policy reforms in health and education; Summary on the objectives and specific measures on the reform process.
- The relative effectiveness of diagnostic and positive test strategies is logically indeterminable. McDonald, John // Psychological Record;Summer95, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p373
Assesses the relative effectiveness of diagnostic and positive test strategies in hypothesis testing. Belief that diagnostic is superior to positive test strategy; Effect of the situation on the relative effectiveness of the test strategies.
- Keeping the dream of rigorous hypothesis testing alive. Paris, Quirino; Caputo, Michael R. // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Oct93 Special Issue Anniveresry, Vol. 75, p25
Focuses on hypothesis testing of economic theories. Consumption studies; Production studies; Short-run versus long-run theory of the competitive firm under certainty; Price uncertainty and expected utility theory; Price uncertainty and Yaari's dual theory of choice; Consumer theory and real...