Access Points: An Institutional Theory of Policy Bias and Policy Complexity

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Access Points develops a new theory about how democratic institutions influence policy outcomes. Access Point Theory argues that the more points of access that institutions provide to interest groups, the cheaper lobbying will be, and, thus, the more lobbying will occur. This will lead to more complex policy, as policymakers insert specific provisions to benefit special interests, and, if one side of the debate has a lobbying advantage, to more biased policy, as the advantaged side is able to better take advantage of the ...

Access Points: An Institutional Theory of Policy Bias and Policy Complexity 2011, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780199737543

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Access Points: An Institutional Theory of Policy Bias and Policy Complexity 2011, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780199737536

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