2 edition of political economy of rent control found in the catalog.
political economy of rent control
by Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture and Planning in [New York]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Papers in planning -- 7|
|LC Classifications||HD7293 M32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 leaves. --|
|Number of Pages||33|
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The quest for benefit from existing wealth or by seeking privileged benefit through influence over policy is known as rent seeking. Much rent seeking activity involves government and political decisions and is therefore in the domain of political economy, although rent seeking can also take place in personal relations and within firms and bureaucracies. In fact, Swedish socialist Economist Assar Lindbeck famously said, “In many cases rent control appears to be the most efficient technique presently known to destroy a city—except for bombing it.” (Assar Lindbeck, The Political Economy of the New Left, New York, Harper and Row, , p. 39).
asymmetric information Information that is relevant to the parties in an economic interaction, but is known by some but not by others. See also: adverse selection, moral hazard. The dashed upward green arrows represent a problem of asymmetric information between levels in the firm’s hierarchy (owners and managers, managers and workers). Since owners or managers do not always know what their. Rent control is a price ceiling imposed by the government who sets price controls on the renting of residential housing. price ceiling A price ceiling is a government-imposed limit on how low a price is charged and kept for a good.
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It is the best book of Cited by: The premise of this book is stated early on (Page ix): "I seek to show how certain political variables determine macroeconomic outcomes in a systematic and predictable way.
In particular, I provide evidence demonstrating the role of elections and political parties in deciding who gets what, when, and how in the political arena."Cited by: Political economy is the study of production and trade and their relations with law, custom and government; and with the distribution of national income and a discipline, political economy originated in moral philosophy, in the 18th century, to explore the administration of states' wealth, with "political" signifying the Greek word polity and "economy" signifying the Greek word.
It is now twenty years since the concept of rent-seeking was first devised by Gordon Tullock, though he was not responsible for coining the phrase itself. His initial insight has burgeoned over two decades into a major research program which has had an impact not only on public choice, but also on the related disciplines of economics, political science, and law and economics.
The politics of rent control are straightforward. First, rent control involves a money transfer from landlords to tenants, because tenants pay less than they would absent the law, and landlords obtain less revenue.
In the short run, due to the inelastic short-run supply, the effect on the quantity of apartments is. The Journal of Political Economy (JPE) will move from a bimonthly to a monthly publication schedule beginning in January (volumeissue 1).
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In simple terms, economic rent is an excess where there is no enterprise or costs of production. Classical rent (land rent) In political economy, including physiocracy, classical economics, Georgism, and other schools of economic thought, land is recognized as an inelastic factor of production.
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