Decision Making Theory

Discipline: Political Science

Theory of politics as rational.

Government and politics can be treated as a series of decisions taken by persons and institutions who make rational decisions, or who act as if they made rational decisions, in the light of their interests and the circumstances in which they operate.

Source:
Patrick Dunleavy, Democracy, Bureaucracy and Public Choice (Hemel Hempstead, 1991)

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