Friday, November 12 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

Session 88
From the Top: Elites and Fiscal Policy Making

Discussant: Danny Alvord, University of Kansas

1. Why Did Japan Have Economic Growth without Income Inequality in the 1960s? -The Conflict between Fiscal discipline and Fiscal PolicyRyotaro Takahashi, Keio University.

2. Merciful Tyrants? Explaining Rebel Forgiveness and State Capacity in Mughal South Asia (1555-1707)safya morshed, London School of Economics.

3. Feeding the Beast: The Invention and Politicization of the Public Sector Borrowing Requirement in the UK, 1960s-1970sJose Tomas Labarca, University of Edinburgh.

4. What ‘Emergency’ Does: Democratic Decline and the Politics of Inevitability in Michigan, 1980-2018Mo Torres, Harvard University.

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