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Constitutional Political Economy

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Volume 28, issue 4, 2017

A proposal for a more objective measure of de facto constitutional constraints pp. 311-320 Downloads
Konstantin Yanovskiy and Tim Ginker
De jure and de facto determinants of power: evidence from Mississippi pp. 321-345 Downloads
Graziella Bertocchi and Arcangelo Dimico
Political importance and its relation to the federal prosecution of public corruption pp. 346-372 Downloads
Jamie Bologna Pavlik
Managing judges mathematically: an empirical study of the medical malpractice litigations in Shanghai pp. 373-406 Downloads
Wei Zhang
Who pays taxes? Liturgies and the Antidosis procedure in Ancient Athens pp. 407-421 Downloads
Bryan C. McCannon

Volume 28, issue 3, 2017

Constitutional choice in ancient Athens: the evolution of the frequency of decision making pp. 209-230 Downloads
George Tridimas
The institutional rationale of central banking reconsidered pp. 231-256 Downloads
Pablo Paniagua
The debt brake of the German states: a faulty design? pp. 257-269 Downloads
Gebhard Kirchgässner
Buchanan on increasing returns and anticommons pp. 270-285 Downloads
Yong J. Yoon
Normative economics and paternalism: the problem with the preference-satisfaction account of welfare pp. 286-310 Downloads
Cyril Hédoin

Volume 28, issue 2, 2017

Poor institutions as a comparative advantage pp. 167-192 Downloads
Cortney Stephen Rodet

Volume 28, issue 1, 2017

Tullock on the organization of scientific inquiry pp. 1-17 Downloads
Jac Heckelman
Gordon Tullock’s ill-fated appendix: “Flatland Revisited” pp. 18-34 Downloads
David M. Levy and Sandra J. Peart
Tullock on the common law: a loose-cannon iconoclast in action? pp. 35-47 Downloads
Stefan Voigt
Gordon Tullock and the Virginia School of Law and Economics pp. 48-61 Downloads
Francesco Parisi, Barbara Luppi and Alice Guerra
Political incentives for rent creation pp. 62-78 Downloads
Randall Holcombe
Expressive voting and two-dimensional political competition: an application to law and order policy by New Labour in the UK pp. 79-96 Downloads
Stephen Drinkwater and Colin Jennings

Volume 27, issue 4, 2016

Economic globalization and the change of electoral rules pp. 355-376 Downloads
Christian Walter Martin and Nils D. Steiner
Native American reservation constitutions pp. 377-398 Downloads
R. Warren Anderson
Fairness and efficiency in US Revolutionary War takings and post-war debt redemption pp. 399-417 Downloads
Jonathan Stone and Jeffrey Wagner
No progressive taxation without discrimination? On the generality of the law in the classical liberal tradition pp. 418-434 Downloads
Åsbjørn Melkevik
Will a government find it financially easier to neutralize a looming protest if more groups are involved? pp. 435-450 Downloads
Oded Stark and Ewa Zawojska

Volume 27, issue 3, 2016

We start from here pp. 249-259 Downloads
Russell Hardin
Is democracy compatible with global institutions? pp. 260-272 Downloads
Josep Colomer
EU enlargement and satisfaction with democracy: a peculiar case of immiserizing growth pp. 273-298 Downloads
Barbara Dluhosch, Daniel Horgos and Klaus Zimmermann
Old (Chicago) school, new century: the link between Knight and Simons’ Chicago plan to Buchanan’s constitutional money pp. 299-318 Downloads
Scott Burns
Interbranch cooperation and the shadow of the future pp. 319-331 Downloads
Travis J. Baker and Thomas Schwartz
An expected utility analysis of k-majority rules pp. 332-353 Downloads
Keith L. Dougherty and Robi Ragan

Volume 27, issue 2, 2016

Gordon Tullock: economic gadfly pp. 112-123 Downloads
Dennis C. Mueller
Where are the rent seekers? pp. 124-141 Downloads
Arye Hillman and Heinrich Ursprung
Rent seeking and the economics of corruption pp. 142-157 Downloads
Toke S. Aidt
Gordon Tullock’s theory of revolution and dictatorship pp. 158-178 Downloads
Thomas Apolte
Gordon Tullock’s implicit analytical history of government pp. 179-193 Downloads
Roger Congleton
Gordon Tullock as a political scientist pp. 194-213 Downloads
Michael Munger and Georg Vanberg
Gordon Tullock and experimental public choice pp. 214-226 Downloads
Arthur Schram
On the extraordinary scholarly life and times of Gordon Tullock pp. 227-247 Downloads
William Shughart and Robert Tollison

Volume 27, issue 1, 2016

State provision of constitutional goods pp. 1-40 Downloads
Romain Espinosa
State provision of constitutional goods pp. 1-40 Downloads
Romain Espinosa
On the overthrow or endurance of kings pp. 41-65 Downloads
George Tridimas
On the overthrow or endurance of kings pp. 41-65 Downloads
George Tridimas
An empirical analysis of constitutional review voting in the polish constitutional tribunal, 2003–2014 pp. 66-92 Downloads
Jarosław Kantorowicz and Nuno Garoupa
An empirical analysis of constitutional review voting in the polish constitutional tribunal, 2003–2014 pp. 66-92 Downloads
Jarosław Kantorowicz and Nuno Garoupa
Hayek on corporate social responsibility pp. 93-110 Downloads
Shigeki Kusunoki
Hayek on corporate social responsibility pp. 93-110 Downloads
Shigeki Kusunoki

Volume 26, issue 4, 2015

Does direct democracy make for better citizens? A cautionary warning based on cross-country evidence pp. 391-420 Downloads
Stefan Voigt and Lorenz Blume
Is foreign aid a pure public good for donor country citizens? pp. 421-433 Downloads
Travis Wiseman and Andrew Young
Endogenous voting weights for elected representatives and redistricting pp. 434-441 Downloads
Justin Svec and James Hamilton
Analytic conservatism and analytic radicalism: Of understated distinctions and other analytical things pp. 442-454 Downloads
Michael Brooks
Modeling the individual for constitutional choice pp. 455-474 Downloads
Brian Kogelmann
“The other side of the argument”: Isaiah Berlin versus F. A. von Hayek on liberty, public policies, and the market pp. 475-494 Downloads
Athanassios Pitsoulis and Steffen Groß

Volume 26, issue 3, 2015

Constitutional property rights protection and economic growth: evidence from the post-communist transition pp. 247-280 Downloads
Christian Bjørnskov
The importance of the political process on corporate tax policy pp. 281-306 Downloads
Åsa Hansson, Susan Porter and Susan Williams
The constitution of economic liberty in Hong Kong pp. 307-327 Downloads
Eric Ip
Incompatible institutions: socialism versus constitutionalism in India pp. 328-355 Downloads
Shruti Rajagopalan
Votes on behalf of children: a legitimate way of giving them a voice in politics? pp. 356-374 Downloads
Stephan Wolf, Nils Goldschmidt and Thomas Petersen
Calhoun’s concurrent majority as a generality norm pp. 375-390 Downloads
Alexander Salter

Volume 26, issue 2, 2015

Income and the stability of democracy: Pushing beyond the borders of logic to explain a strong correlation? pp. 121-136 Downloads
Federico Traversa
The public choice of university organization: a stylized story of a constitutional reform pp. 137-158 Downloads
Martin Paldam
Strategic and expressive voting pp. 159-170 Downloads
Brad Taylor
Lobbying (strategically appointed) bureaucrats pp. 171-189 Downloads
Marco Sorge
Direct voting and proxy voting pp. 190-220 Downloads
James Green-Armytage
Commitment to local autonomy in non-democracies: Russia and China compared pp. 221-245 Downloads
Barbara Krug and Alexander Libman

Volume 26, issue 1, 2015

Introduction: a new perspective on modern German history pp. 1-3 Downloads
Steven Webb and Joachim Zweynert
The concept of Ordnungspolitik through the lens of the theory of limited and open access orders pp. 4-18 Downloads
Joachim Zweynert
Becoming an open democratic capitalist society: a two-century historical perspective on Germany’s evolving political economy pp. 19-37 Downloads
Steven Webb
Weimar Germany: The first open access order that failed? pp. 38-60 Downloads
Alfred Reckendrees
Capitalist transformation without political participation: German capitalism in the first half of the nineteenth century pp. 61-86 Downloads
Gerhard Wegner
On the stability of open access orders: the Federal Republic of Germany since the 1960s pp. 87-102 Downloads
Jan-Otmar Hesse
The mature limited access order at the doorstep: Imperial Germany and contemporary China in transition pp. 103-120 Downloads
Erik Grimmer-Solem
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