How socioeconomic contexts complement contingent factors in examining government expenditure

■ Social Sciences & Business / How socioeconomic contexts complement contingent factors in examining government expenditure Yonsei researcher Whasun Jho takes a deeper dive into how institutions and social capital affect economy and help us better understand future outcomes How much should the government intervene in economic activities, and how do current organizational change and socioeconomic traditions in the public sector affect this determination? Previous studies have focused on how contingent factors such as economy and partisanship can affect government involvement and expenditure, but in “Socioeconomic Contexts of Government Expenditure Across OECD Countries,” Yoo and Jho also consider socioeconomic traditions of a country—trust and state–business … Continue reading How socioeconomic contexts complement contingent factors in examining government expenditureRead More →