The populist Zeitgeist
The rise of so-called 'Populist Parties' since 1980s has given rise to thousands of books, articles, columns and editorials. An attempt is made to make a threefold contribution to the current debate on populism in liberal democracies. It is argued that the explanations of and reactions to the current populist Zeitgeist are seriously flawed and might actually strengthen rather than weaken it.
Publication Name: Government and Opposition
Access regime design and required rates of return: Pitfalls in adjusting for inflation and tax effects
The calculation of real pre-tax required rates of return to access pricing is examined.
Publication Name: Journal of Regulatory Economics
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