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Progressive" politicians there had played the same redistributive game as Curley in Boston, with the same results.
Notice, however, that the fading was preceded by a redistributive surge in the 1980s and early 1990s and after 1994 never returned to the lows of the early 1980s.
On the other hand, Venezuela's aggressive redistributive transfers under Hugo Chavez and his successor, Nicolas Maduro, were financed by temporary oil revenues, placing both the transfers and macroeconomic stability at risk.
They conclude that, since the mid-1990s, the redistributive state has faded in Canada, and social Canada has become much smaller.
As a consequence, in this volume we have treatises on pilgrimage and trade under Chavin (1000-300 BC, Burger), south-central Andean long-distance trade (Nielsen), late pre-Hispanic-early colonial (sixteenth-seventeenth century AD) local fairs (Stanish & Coben), and north-central merchants (Topic) vying against Goldsteins rigorous defence of a Murra-inspired community-based reciprocal and redistributive system for the Tiwanaku (AD 500-1000) colonies in the Moquegua Valley.
They are the editors of Inequality and the Fading of Redistributive Politics.
The feedback loop between inequality of economic outcomes and public perception of inequality of opportunity in economic affairs is activated when the economy fails to live up to its redistributive promises.
To that end, he does not spend much time asking critical questions about history or political economy, but examines welfare and redistributive justice schemes.
However, a fairer distribution of welfare and capital on a global scale does not necessarily mean that the same redistributive changes will occur within countries.
Segregation patterns tend to overlap and compound the effect of one another --for example, women may be segregated in a lower-level position, within a redistributive agency.
As a redistributive policy, the effect of the social security system in China today is an important topic for scholars and policymakers.
Despite concerns about the widening fiscal deficit, the Budget did not dilute the redistributive agenda, which has been the cornerstone of Sonia's brand of politics.