The Budgetary Origins of Fiscal Military Prowess

By Gary Cox and Mark Dincecco Does political representation improve the government’s military might? Two types of theory say yes. The first is the “participative” theory, which the classic sociologist Max Weber describes as follows: “The basis of democratization is everywhere purely military in character; [whenever] the community…was compelled [by the exigency of war] to … Continue reading The Budgetary Origins of Fiscal Military Prowess