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Course Credit: MIT
|The Role of Leaders and Democratic Institutions||01:00:00|
|The Deep Determinants of Economic Development: Macro Evidence Part – 1||01:00:00|
|The Deep Determinants of Economic Development: Macro Evidence Part – 2||00:40:00|
|The Median Voter Theorem||01:30:00|
|Voting in Practice: Citizen-Candidate Models, Politician Identity and the Failure of the Median Voter Theorem||00:45:00|
|Voting in Practice: Agency Models||01:15:00|
|Sometimes It Gets Complicated: Condorcet’s Paradox and Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem||00:40:00|
|Good vs. Bad Dictatorships||01:40:00|
|The Logic of Collective Action||01:10:00|
|Ethnic Heterogeneity and Contributions to Public Goods||01:05:00|
|Recovery from Civil War. Special||01:50:00|
|Is Corruption Inefficient?||00:45:00|
|The Corrupt Official’s Decision Problem: Balancing Risks, Rents, and Incentives||01:15:00|
|The Industrial Organization of Corruption||00:50:00|
|Politicians and Firms||00:50:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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