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eBook Information and Public Choice: From Media Markets to Policymaking ePub

by Roumeen Islam

  • ISBN: 0821375156
  • Category: Industries
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Roumeen Islam
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Bank Publications (June 6, 2008)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1715 kb
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Roumeen Islam indicate in her work " Information and public choice that from media markets to policy construction " found that media gratified effect voting as the policy makers have to accommodate the well informed voters. Jennings Bryant and Dolf Zillmann publicized a book in which Macleod and Konicki's work was published. Roumeen Islam in her work" Information and Public Choice: From Media Markets to Policy Making " finds that Media content may affect policy because it influences the weight people place on different political issues while voting and as the policy makers have to accommodate the well informed voters (Islam, 2008).

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The ability of the media to affect outcomes in economic and political markets has been well documented. News reporting and advertising influence consumer behavior in goods and services markets by revealing (or selectively revealing) information about a product, acting as agenda setters to influence consumer demand, or enhancing competition in markets by alerting consumers to substitutes. Books related to Information And Public Choice: From Media Markets To Policymaking.

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Information and Public Choice' addresses the factors that affect the content and reach of news coverage as well as its impact on public .

Information and Public Choice' addresses the factors that affect the content and reach of news coverage as well as its impact on public policy. The book addresses both market constraints that affect media-particularly news content-and the impact that news reporting has on economic and political choices. The authors examine a range of issues, including bias or slant in media reporting, the impact of markets and nonmarket factors on news reporting, and the role of government regulation of the media sector in developing countries.

The media's influence on public policy decisions; by David Stromberg, and James M. .This item appears in the following Collection(s). Users also downloaded. Snyder Jr. National media and local political participation : the case of the New York Times; by Lisa M. George, and Joel Waldfogel. Minority-targeted local media and voter turnout : a summary; by Joel Waldfogel. Information and Public Choice : From Media Markets to Policy Making. Washington, DC : World Bank.

Public choice, or public choice theory, is "the use of economic tools to deal with traditional problems of political science". Its content includes the study of political behavior. In political science, it is the subset of positive political theory that studies self-interested agents (voters, politicians, bureaucrats) and their interactions, which can be represented in a number of ways – using (for example) standard constrained utility maximization, game theory, or decision theory.

The ability of the media to affect outcomes in economic and political markets has been well documented. News reporting and advertising influence consumer behavior in goods and services markets by revealing (or selectively revealing) information about a product, acting as agenda setters to influence consumer demand, or enhancing competition in markets by alerting consumers to substitutes. In political markets, they can affect behavior by informing voters about a politician's views or actions, enlightening citizens to outcomes of public policy, or taking a stance on political, social, or economic issues. For businesses, households, and most others, the media is the main source of information on public policy choices and current social and economic conditions. As a result, what news the media chooses to gather, analyze and disseminate--and the slant they choose to put on what they report--is of consequence.'Information and Public Choice' addresses the factors that affect the content and reach of news coverage as well as its impact on public policy. The book addresses both market constraints that affect media--particularly news content--and the impact that news reporting has on economic and political choices. The authors examine a range of issues, including bias or slant in media reporting, the impact of markets and nonmarket factors on news reporting, and the role of government regulation of the media sector in developing countries. The studies in this volume provide new evidence and a good summary of previous research on the power of the media. An invaluable guide for those concerned about the impact of media on economic and political outcomes, 'Information and Public Choice' draws attention to an under-researched yet important area of economics.