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(2.) Tullock 1970 does not mention Hochman and Rodgers (1969), but Tullock 1971 does reference and briefly explain their argument, noting that it is a common explanation for government redistribution.
The August redistribution funds are allocated in accordance with the requirements of section 120(c) of the THUD section of that law, known as the Fiscal Year 2018 Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations bill, also known as the Omnibus, so that priority is given to those states that have large unobligated balances of funds apportioned under sections 144 and 104 of title 23, United States Code.
The positive theories of the redistribution argue that policies intended to it are decided by the rule of majority, the right to vote belonging to the beneficiaries, too.
Although nothing in the constitution of South Africa requires the state to stick to a "willing-buyer willing-seller" land redistribution policy, it is something that land owners have frequently used to their advantage.
Centralized decision-making and mistrust of market forces to achieve land redistribution objectives slow down land acquisition and distribution.
"Understanding the economic and political nitty-gritty of redistribution does not come naturally to us, but humans have been interacting with worse-off and better-off individuals over evolutionary time," says lead author Daniel Sznycer, research scientist at the Center for Evolutionary Psychology.
Despite the fact that manual tillage typically has a lower speed and working depth than mechanised tillage, its effect on soil redistribution has not been conclusively agreed upon among reported studies.
The approach that in continuous beams reinforced with FRP reinforcement, moment redistribution in critical sections is not allowed could be conservative [21].
Considering that clustering coefficient plays a negative role in the propagation of cascading failures [21-24] and initial loads reflect the load processing ability to some extent [8-14,17,18], we make our redistribution strategy as follows:
Before the World War I, redistribution was minimal; since then, there has been an almost universal, unbroken trend toward a more progressive fiscal system.
As government pressure on the Cambodia National Rescue Party mounted earlier this year, the Kingdom's election laws were hastily, and controversially, amended by the ruling Cambodian People's Party to allow for the redistribution of the opposition's seats in the event of its dissolution.
This book provides a look at the economic history of ancient Egypt covering the entire pharaonic period, 3000-30 BCE, and employing a New Institutional Economics approach to argue that the ancient Egyptian state encouraged an increasingly widespread and sophisticated use of writing through time, primarily in order to better document and more efficiently exact taxes for redistribution. Hence, the increased use of writing resulted in increased documentation and enforcement of private property titles and transfers, gradually lowering their transaction costs relative to redistribution.