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economics. Modern economic analysis is used not just in the formal sense of a mathematical approach; it is also conceptual, viewing political phe-nomena in terms of optimization, incentives, constraints, et cetera. Hence, what really distinguishes the new political economy is not so much the volume, but the sort of research being done.3
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