The data on Political Regimes
(PR), proxied by Polity II, is collected from the Integrated Network for Societal Conflict Research (INSCR) Database, Centre for Systematic Peace.
TABLE 3 Estimation Results Under Different Political Regimes
I propose that history (particularly the extent of political regime
experience embedded in the polity) plays a relevant role in forming expectations of political regime
Finally, it is of interest to examine whether the responses to the inflation gap and the output gap may differ across political regimes
. Using quarterly data from 1960Q1 to 1996Q4, Clarida, Gali, and Gertler (2000) have already shown that during the pre-Volcker years, the Fed in general adopted a "passive policy," which raised nominal interest rate by less than the increase in expected inflation.
They can opt for comparison between two countries considering the factor of political regime
or else can also consider the factors of use of technology, foreign investment, trade, etc.
While the militaries of Algeria, Egypt, and Turkey have relinquished direct control over the ministries and agencies of the government, the political regimes
of these countries have nevertheless remained military-dominated.
Starting from the explicative theoretical meaning, but also from the concrete aspects given by the social historical practice, a coup d'etat does not change the political regime
, the contents of power, does not remove the class holding the power, but remove the group being in power with another belonging to the same social class or group.
There are many other possible political regimes
, based on other sources of legitimacy.
This article suggests that cartoons deserve to be studied and this should be done by taking into account the type of political regimes
, forms of media ownership and rules that govern the production of cartoons.
Of course, nationalism in one form or another has fueled atrocious political regimes
, not least of all the Third Reich.
In the region of the Middle East it remains the case that despite the various political regimes
, state control and censorship, coupling with increasingly public influence of religion retain supreme legitimacy in controlling women's voice; precisely since it is women who are perceived to potentially constitute a "moral" threat to the social fabric as a whole.
were distinct, but the condition of marital status was a common denominator for social and public policy.