This book will offer a brief understanding of the concept of elections. An introductory chapter on public choice is followed by the theory's historical development starting from late 1700s to the modern day. There is a discussion of concepts from several disciplines that shape our understanding about public choice with explanations of each of these concepts. Finally, there are concluding remarks on how the theory applies to the general electorate, followed by its implications and further evolution.
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- P. Schumacher