Table of contents for The economics of transparency in politics / edited by Albert Breton ... [et al.].

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Contents
List of Contributing Authors
Introduction
Albert Breton, Gianluigi Galeotti, Pierre Salmon, and Ronald Wintrobe
PART ONE: IN DEMOCRATIC CONTEXTS
1. Acquiescence to Opacity
	Pierre Salmon and Alain Wolfelsperger
2. Citizens' Knowledge, Politicians' Duplicity
	Russell Hardin
3. Transparency and Efficiency
	Albert Breton
PART TWO: IN INTERNATIONAL SETTINGS
4. The Artist as a Secret Agent: Liberalism Against Populism
	Manfred J. Holler
5. Jihad vs. McWorld: A Rational Choice Approach
	Ronald Wintrobe
PART THREE: CORRUPTION
6. Invisible Feet and Grabbing Hands ? The Political Economy of Corruption and Welfare
	Johann Lambsdorff
7. Information, Corruption, and Measures for the Promotion of Manufactured Exports
	Glenn P. Jenkins and Chun-Yan Kuo
PART FOUR: GOVERNMENT BEHAVIOR
8. Cases for and Against Transparency/Obfuscation in Intergovernmental Relations
	Giorgio Brosio
9. Transparency in the Budget Process of a Bureaucratic Organization: A Principal-Agent Model of Budgeting
	Louis M. Imbeau
10. Redistribution, Decentralization, and Constitutional Rules
	Federico Etro and Piero Giarda
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Transparency in government.
Government information.
Disclosure of information.
Freedom of information.