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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 H. 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 S. 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 E. 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

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 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

Federalism and horizontal equity across Switzerland and Germany: a new rationale for a decentralized fiscal structure pp. 97-116 Downloads
Peter Schwarz
Fixed versus flexible election terms: explaining innovation in the timing of Canada’s election cycle pp. 117-141 Downloads
J. Stephen Ferris and Derek E. H. Olmstead
Domestic institutions and the ratification of international agreements in a panel of democracies pp. 142-166 Downloads
Florian Kiesow Cortez and Jerg Gutmann
Poor institutions as a comparative advantage pp. 167-192 Downloads
Cortney Rodet
Erratum to: Poor institutions as a comparative advantage pp. 193-194 Downloads
Cortney Rodet
The problem of constitutional legitimation: what the debate on electoral quotas tells us about the legitimacy of decision-making rules in constitutional choice pp. 195-208 Downloads
Aris Trantidis

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 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
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