Political economy is a branch of social science that studies the interrelationships between individuals, governments, and economies, with a focus on how political and economic systems interact to influence economic outcomes and public policy. It examines the ways in which economic policies and institutions, such as market systems and government regulations, impact economic performance and the distribution of wealth and income. Political economy also explores the influence of political, social, and cultural factors on economic decision-making and behavior.
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