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Politics, Markets, and Congressional Policy Choices argues that Congress is an integral participant in the design of market relationships. Utilizing a combination of taxes, subsidies, changes in property rights, and other means, the Congress intervenes in and alters policy ostensibly to improve market outcomes. Beginning with this recognition, VanDoren poses four interrelated and fundamental questions and seeks to provide answers to those questions, applying the results to energy markets.
In the process of addressing each of these questions a number of innovative remedies evolve for the creation of more efficient and equitable market policies.
Politics, Markets, and Congressional Policy Choices will appeal to political scientists, congressional scholars, policy analysts, those interested in applied economic analysis, and political methodologists.