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Volume 31, issue 4, 2020

Do inheritance rules affect voter turnout? Evidence from an Alpine region pp. 395-445 Downloads
Andrea Bonoldi, Chiara Dalle Nogare, Martin Mosler and Niklas Potrafke
Qualifying the common pool problem in government spending: the role of positional externalities pp. 446-457 Downloads
Dušan Pavlović and Dimitros Xefteris
The impact of electoral rules on manufacturing industries: evidence of disaggregated data of 61 industries of 55 countries pp. 458-488 Downloads
Timothy Yu-Cheong Yeung and Izaskun Zuazu
The impacts of civil society and inequality on the extractive capacity of authoritarian regimes: a conceptual model and the case study of Vietnam pp. 489-508 Downloads
Thai Q. Nguyen and Giang K. Nguyen
Constitutional power concentration and corruption: evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean pp. 509-536 Downloads
Andrea Sáenz de Viteri Vázquez and Christian Bjørnskov

Volume 31, issue 3, 2020

What happens when voting rules change? the case of New Zealand pp. 267-291 Downloads
J. Stephen Ferris
Does the 4th estate deliver? The Political Coverage Index and its application to media capture pp. 292-328 Downloads
Ralf Dewenter, Uwe Dulleck and Tobias Thomas
A panel data analysis of Latin American populism pp. 329-343 Downloads
Nicolas Cachanosky and Alexandre Padilla
Role of political connections in land investment: evidence from rural India pp. 344-362 Downloads
Malik Hussain and Malvika Tyagi
Allocation of village public goods at community level: does political reservation help? pp. 363-393 Downloads
Vivekananda Mukherjee, Saheli Bose and Malabika Roy

Volume 31, issue 2, 2020

Generality and knowledge: Hayek's constitutional theory of the liberal state pp. 145-168 Downloads
Christopher S. Martin and Nikolai G. Wenzel
How the Republic of Venice chose its Doge: lot-based elections and supermajority rule pp. 169-187 Downloads
M. Cristina Molinari
Blockchains and constitutional catallaxy pp. 188-204 Downloads
Alastair Berg, Chris Berg and Mikayla Novak
Turn-taking in office pp. 205-226 Downloads
Daniel Smith
The consistency of market beliefs as a determinant of economic freedom pp. 227-258 Downloads
Pál Czeglédi
Richard E. Wagner (Ed.): James M. Buchanan—A theorist of political economy and social philosophy pp. 259-265 Downloads
Karen Horn

Volume 31, issue 1, 2020

Economic freedom and materialism: an empirical analysis pp. 1-44 Downloads
Megan V. Teague, Virgil Henry Storr and Rosemarie Fike
Justice, what money can buy: a lab experiment on primary social goods and the Rawlsian difference principle pp. 45-69 Downloads
Joshua Chen-Yuan Teng, Joseph Wang and C. C. Yang
The psychological foundations of rational ignorance: biased heuristics and decision costs pp. 70-88 Downloads
Brad R. Taylor
Making exit costly but efficient: the political economy of exit clauses and secession pp. 89-110 Downloads
Martijn Huysmans and Christophe Crombez
Governance by true believers: supreme duties with and without totalitarianism pp. 111-141 Downloads
Roger Congleton
Fortifying the fragile order of democracy pp. 142-144 Downloads
Stefan Kolev

Volume 30, issue 4, 2019

Perceptions of institutional quality and justification of tax evasion pp. 367-382 Downloads
Alvaro Forteza and Cecilia Noboa
Parliamentary and semi-presidential advantages in the sovereign credit market: democratic institutional design and sovereign credibility pp. 383-406 Downloads
Isa Camyar
The classical limits to police power and the economic foundations of the Slaughterhouse dissents pp. 407-437 Downloads
Nicola Giocoli
Determinants of governmental support of Russian companies: lessons on industrial policy, rent-seeking and corruption pp. 438-466 Downloads
Dennis Coates, Iuliia Naidenova and Petr Parshakov
The Oxford Handbook of Public Choice: a masterful compendium pp. 467-479 Downloads
Richard E. Wagner

Volume 30, issue 3, 2019

Collective choice in Aristotle pp. 261-281 Downloads
Adrian Miroiu and Catalin Partenie
Busy doing nothing: why politicians implement inefficient policies pp. 282-299 Downloads
Anders Gustafsson
Public R&D under different electoral rules: evidence from OECD countries pp. 300-329 Downloads
Pijus Krūminas
Sanctioning, selection, and pivotality in voting: theory and experimental results pp. 330-357 Downloads
Kai Konrad and Raisa Sherif
Sheilagh Ogilvie: The European guilds: an economic analysis pp. 358-362 Downloads
Sebastian Coll
Governance and the political entrepreneur pp. 363-366 Downloads
Oliver Schmidt

Volume 30, issue 2, 2019

Governance and the dimensions of autocracy pp. 131-148 Downloads
Ryan Murphy
Do parliamentary gender quotas decrease gender inequality? The case of African countries pp. 149-176 Downloads
Valentina Dimitrova-Grajzl and Iyabo Obasanjo
Choregia and trierarchy as profit-oriented entrepreneurships pp. 177-193 Downloads
Joshua Günther and Felix Hahn
Signals from a politicized bar: the solicitor general as a direct litigant before the U.S. Supreme Court pp. 194-210 Downloads
Scott S. Boddery
Bootleggers, Baptists, and the risks of rent seeking pp. 211-234 Downloads
Patrick A. McLaughlin, Adam C. Smith and Russell Sobel
A decentralized cooperative solution to the iterated pacifist’s dilemma game: notes in the margin of Pinker’s theory of Leviathan pp. 235-260 Downloads
Matti Vuorensyrjä

Volume 30, issue 1, 2019

Electoral systems and the economy: a firm-level analysis pp. 1-30 Downloads
Isa Camyar and Bahar Ulupinar
Using tax dollars for re-election: the impact of pork-barrel spending on electoral success pp. 31-49 Downloads
J. Zachary Klingensmith
Political polarization, term length and too much delegation pp. 50-69 Downloads
Carsten Hefeker
Escape from Europe: a calculus of consent model of the origins of liberal institutions in the North American colonies pp. 70-95 Downloads
Vlad Tarko and Kyle O’Donnell
Liberalism and great upheaval: What did classical liberals do in the Tsarist Russia? pp. 96-113 Downloads
Leonid Krasnozhon and Mykola Bunyk
Metaphysical justification for an economic constitution? Franz Böhm and the concept of natural law pp. 114-129 Downloads
Daniel Nientiedt

Volume 29, issue 4, 2018

Path dependence and transitions from tyranny to democracy: evidence from ancient Greece pp. 371-388 Downloads
Robert K. Fleck and F. Andrew Hanssen
Making direct democracy work: a rational-actor perspective on the graphe paranomon in ancient Athens pp. 389-412 Downloads
Carl Hampus Lyttkens, George Tridimas and Anna Lindgren
Arbitration in classical Athens pp. 413-423 Downloads
Bryan McCannon
The law and economics of sycophancy pp. 424-439 Downloads
Daniel J. D’Amico
What was the law of Leptines’ really about? Reflections on Athenian public economy and legislation in the fourth century BCE pp. 440-464 Downloads
Mirko Canevaro

Volume 29, issue 3, 2018

Political parties: insights from a tri-planar model of political economy pp. 253-267 Downloads
David J. Hebert and Richard Wagner
The constitution of patron–client relations and patronage appointments: a study of open and limited access pp. 268-280 Downloads
Louis Corriveau
The effect of equalizing differences on tax-price: explaining patterns of political support across industries pp. 281-302 Downloads
Joseph Newhard
Interest group support for non-group issues pp. 303-316 Downloads
Randall Holcombe and Robert J. Gmeiner
Is the Spanish Constitutional Court an instrument of the central government against the Autonomous Communities? pp. 317-337 Downloads
Julio López-Laborda, Fernando Rodrigo and Eduardo Sanz-Arcega
Correction to: Is the Spanish Constitutional Court an instrument of the central government against the Autonomous Communities? pp. 338-338 Downloads
Julio López-Laborda, Fernando Rodrigo and Eduardo Sanz-Arcega
The political economy of Kulturkampf: evidence from imperial Prussia and republican Turkey pp. 339-369 Downloads
Ioannis N. Grigoriadis and Theocharis Grigoriadis

Volume 29, issue 2, 2018

Social contracts for real moral agents: a synthesis of public reason and public choice approaches to constitutional design pp. 115-136 Downloads
Kevin Vallier
A short history of constitutional liberalism in America pp. 137-170 Downloads
Roger Congleton
Medieval representative assemblies: collective action and antecedents of limited government pp. 171-192 Downloads
Alexander Salter and Andrew T. Young
Judicial impartiality in politically charged cases pp. 193-229 Downloads
Raphael Franck
Why the Arab Spring turned Islamic: the political economy of Islam pp. 230-251 Downloads
Mario Ferrero

Volume 29, issue 1, 2018

Regime types, ideological leanings, and the natural resource curse pp. 1-19 Downloads
Chong-Sup Kim and Seungho Lee
Institutions and the effectiveness of expenditures on environmental protection: evidence from Middle Eastern countries pp. 20-39 Downloads
Hassan Gholipour Fereidouni and Mohammad Reza Farzanegan
Do democracies have higher current account deficits? pp. 40-68 Downloads
Antonis Adam and Sofia Tsarsitalidou
The weight of the median voter ageing on public debt pp. 69-92 Downloads
Ernest Dautovic
Contributions to the exchequer funds by state level public sector enterprises: does political alignment matter? pp. 93-113 Downloads
Ritika Jain
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