- Nino Dundua
Writer/Blogger, Ideas on Europe
How real is the influence of politics on the economy?
Political scientist Harold Lasswell defined politics as the process of deciding who gets what, when and how. Economics is the study of how societies allocate scarce resources, deciding what to produce, how and for whom. The similarity of these definitions demonstrates a relationship between politics and economics, as both represent methods by which societies make decisions. But how do you think which one of them is affecting the formulation of another, politics drive economics or on the contrary