Of Rule and Revenue

University of California Press, 1988 - 253 páginas
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"A marvelous read, full of interesting lore and powerful ideas. . . . Levi has pushed the historical study of resources mobilization to a new height."—Aaron Wildavsky, University of California, Berkeley

"A magnificent book, one of the best blends of rational choice theory and historical analysis I've seen. . . . [Levi's] resolute focus throughout on rulers' efforts to balance extraction of revenues against the compliance of their polities organizes this vast collection of material into a tight, compelling account."—Russell Hardin, University of Chicago

"Margaret Levi convincingly integrates institutional analysis and rational choice theory to provide powerful accounts of what state rulers do. This is an important book, certain to generate broad interest and debate."—Theda Skocpol, Harvard University

"I think the book will have a major impact. It positions itself in the macro-level literature and looks at states and the evolution of political forms. But it does so while championing the use of micro-level tools of reasoning and models derived from rational choice."—Robert H. Bates, Duke University

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An interesting study of the function of revenue-raising in the evolution of the state. Leer reseña completa


The Theory of Predatory Rule
Excursus on
Creating Compliance
Revenue Production in Republican Rome
France and England in the Middle Ages and
Introduction of the Income Tax in Eighteenth
Compliance with the Commonwealth Income
Bringing People Back into the State
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Sobre el autor (1988)

Margaret Levi is Professor of Political Science at the University of Washington and author of Bureaucratic Insurgency: The Case of Police Unions (1977).

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