Too Many Cooks but How is the Broth?
The Political Economy of Fragmentation Effects on Compensation Payments
Corresponding to the saying "Too many cooks spoil the broth" political decision-making is a challenging issue, especially when more than one party is involved. In the common opinion, political fragmentation either in parliament or in government slows down the legislative process and causes reform blockades. Whether too many cooks are really the source of these drawbacks is questionable as many other factors such as compensation payments, strategies and social norms are also connected with the process of decision-making and the role of fragmentation. The book at hand takes a closer look at these issues and their interplay with reform delays.mehr anzeigen weniger anzeigen
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