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Thus, these scholars view the development of the president’s institutional responsibility for macroeconomic policy making over time as being determined by the managerial style of successive presidents. The drawback to theories of presidential organization is that they permit one to talk only about individual presidents rather than about the presidency as an institutional construct. Scholars are constrained to sui generis explanations of institutional development during particular presidential administrations.
In Part I doing so, I establish an institutional framework within which to situate the model of presidential decision making tested in subsequent chapters. Competing Explanations for Institutional Development Given these theoretical assumptions, two key institutional questions can be formulated for analysis. First to be considered is the question of how the presidency developed this institutional responsibility for macroeconomic policy making. Second is the question of how this responsibility evolved over time into a postwar institutional arrangement for macroeconomic policy making that is largely stable across presidential administrations and that leads to policy decisions exhibiting various levels of partisanship over time.
As Moe and Wilson note, presidents need to “show the way” by charting new paths for the populace, even when these paths do not appear to be the most strategically appropriate. ” 18 John Burke () similarly notes the importance of institutionally deﬁned roles for presidential behavior. Thus, although presidential behavior may be ﬁne-tuned to strategic political needs, there are also times when presidents instead respond to an institutional incentive for autonomous (and even unpopular) action.
Advanced calculus. Problems and applications to science and engineering by Hugo. Rossi