Prague Conference on Political Economy: explaining Nanny State rise
Sergei Zhavoronkov and Kirill Rodionov have presented the report ”Nanny State: few notes on origin and political machine” at Prague Conference on Political Economy. The paper develops and upgrades previous researches: Universal Suffrage: Undeclared Conflict of Interest and The Puzzle of Selectivity in Fighting Discrimination: A Public Choice Approach.
The main concern of discussant turned to be the issue authors had addressed to the final section of the report: political feasibility of the Taxpayers’ Democracy restoration.
Besides the report, we have addressed the same question previously at the chapter “Rebuilding the Democracy of Taxpayer” of our book How the Import of Modern Western Institutions Suppresses Economic Growth: 1990-ties East-West and West-East Transition.