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Volume 181, issue 1, 2019

Rent seeking at 52: an introduction to a special issue of public choice pp. 1-4 Downloads
Matthew D. Mitchell
On the emergence of a classic work: a short history of the impact of Gordon Tullock’s Welfare Costs of Tariffs, Monopolies, and Theft pp. 5-12 Downloads
Roger D. Congleton
Rents and economic development: the perspective of Why Nations Fail pp. 13-28 Downloads
Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson
Is development uniquely modern? Ancient Athens on the doorstep pp. 29-47 Downloads
Federica Carugati, Josiah Ober and Barry R. Weingast
Measuring rent-seeking pp. 49-69 Downloads
David N. Laband and John P. Sophocleus
Rent-seeking in the classroom and textbooks: Where are we after 50 years? pp. 71-82 Downloads
Joshua Hall, Josh Matti and Amir B. Ferreira Neto
Tullock and the welfare costs of corruption: there is a “political Coase Theorem” pp. 83-100 Downloads
Michael C. Munger
A culture of rent seeking pp. 101-126 Downloads
Seung Ginny Choi and Virgil Henry Storr
Transitional gains and rent extraction pp. 127-139 Downloads
Randall Holcombe
The efficiency of regulatory arbitrage pp. 141-166 Downloads
Vlad Tarko and Andrew Farrant
Uncontestable favoritism pp. 167-190 Downloads
Matthew D. Mitchell

Volume 180, issue 3, 2019

Do sanctions lead to a decline in civil liberties? pp. 191-215 Downloads
Antonis Adam and Sofia Tsarsitalidou
An empirical examination of institutions and cross-country incarceration rates pp. 217-242 Downloads
Daniel J. D’Amico and Claudia Williamson
Adaptation and central banking pp. 243-256 Downloads
Alexander W. Salter and William J. Luther
Is civic duty the solution to the paradox of voting? pp. 257-283 Downloads
Abel François and Olivier Gergaud
The incumbent’s preference for imperfect commitment pp. 285-300 Downloads
Matthias Wrede
Political regimes and publicly provided goods: why democracy needs development pp. 301-331 Downloads
Martin Roessler
Electoral systems and trade-policy outcomes: the effects of personal-vote incentives on barriers to international trade pp. 333-352 Downloads
Patrick Wagner and Michael Plouffe
Is the market for digital privacy a failure? pp. 353-381 Downloads
Caleb S. Fuller
Sabotage in team contests pp. 383-405 Downloads
Serhat Doğan, Kerim Keskin and Çağrı Sağlam
Intra-party politics and interest groups: missing links in explaining government effectiveness pp. 407-427 Downloads
Andrea Ceron, Luigi Curini and Fedra Negri
Elections, recession expectations and excessive debt: an unholy trinity pp. 429-449 Downloads
Frank Bohn and Francisco José Veiga
Crowdfunding defense pp. 451-467 Downloads
Garrett R. Wood
“Mao’s last revolution”: a dictator’s loyalty–competence tradeoff pp. 469-500 Downloads
Ying Bai and Titi Zhou
Randall G. Holcombe: Political capitalism: how economic and political power is made and maintained pp. 501-503 Downloads
Bryan P. Cutsinger
Milan Vaishnav, When crime pays: money and muscle in Indian politics. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2017. xxiii + 410 pages. USD 40.00 (cloth) pp. 505-509 Downloads
Shruti Rajagopalan

Volume 180, issue 1, 2019

Regressive effects of regulation pp. 1-10 Downloads
Diana W. Thomas
Reapplying behavioral symmetry: public choice and choice architecture pp. 11-25 Downloads
Michael David Thomas
Do the poor want to be regulated? Public opinion surveys on regulation in the United States, 1981–2002 pp. 27-42 Downloads
Jeremy Horpedahl
RegData 2.2: a panel dataset on US federal regulations pp. 43-55 Downloads
Patrick A. McLaughlin and Oliver Sherouse
How do federal regulations affect consumer prices? An analysis of the regressive effects of regulation pp. 57-90 Downloads
Dustin Chambers, Courtney A. Collins and Alan Krause
Regressive effects of regulation on wages pp. 91-103 Downloads
James Bailey, Diana W. Thomas and Joseph R. Anderson
Stratification by regulation: Are bootleggers and Baptists biased? pp. 105-130 Downloads
Sean E. Mulholland
Regulation and poverty: an empirical examination of the relationship between the incidence of federal regulation and the occurrence of poverty across the US states pp. 131-144 Downloads
Dustin Chambers, Patrick A. McLaughlin and Laura Stanley
Banking regulation, regulatory capture and inequality pp. 145-164 Downloads
G. P. Manish and Colin O’Reilly
Barriers to prosperity: the harmful impact of entry regulations on income inequality pp. 165-190 Downloads
Dustin Chambers, Patrick A. McLaughlin and Laura Stanley

Volume 179, issue 3, 2019

Strategic and experimental analyses of conflict and terrorism pp. 169-174 Downloads
Timothy Mathews and Shane Sanders
The attack and defense of weakest-link networks pp. 175-194 Downloads
Dan Kovenock, Brian Roberson and Roman Sheremeta
Valuation structure in incomplete information contests: experimental evidence pp. 195-208 Downloads
Diego Aycinena, Rimvydas Baltaduonis and Lucas Rentschler
A game-theoretic analysis of international trade and political conflict over external territories pp. 209-228 Downloads
Yang-Ming Chang and Manaf Sellak
A model of a multilateral proxy war with spillovers pp. 229-248 Downloads
Aniruddha Bagchi, João Ricardo Faria and Timothy Mathews
The role of noise in alliance formation and collusion in conflicts pp. 249-266 Downloads
James W. Boudreau, Shane Sanders and Nicholas Shunda
Stag hunt contests and alliance formation pp. 267-285 Downloads
James W. Boudreau, Lucas Rentschler and Shane Sanders
Simple analytics of the impact of terror generation on attacker–defender interactions pp. 287-299 Downloads
Timothy Mathews, Aniruddha Bagchi and João Ricardo Faria
A model of terrorism and counterterrorism with location choices pp. 301-313 Downloads
Yang Jiao and Zijun Luo

Volume 179, issue 1, 2019

Introduction to a special issue in honor of Kenneth Arrow pp. 1-6 Downloads
Elizabeth Maggie Penn
Weak rationalizability and Arrovian impossibility theorems for responsive social choice pp. 7-40 Downloads
John Duggan
Social welfare with net utilities pp. 41-49 Downloads
Jon Eguia and Dimitrios Xefteris
Exploring the effects of national and regional popular vote Interstate compact on a toy symmetric version of the Electoral College: an electoral engineering perspective pp. 51-95 Downloads
Olivier Mouzon, Thibault Laurent, Michel Breton and Dominique Lepelley
Why Arrow’s theorem matters for political theory even if preference cycles never occur pp. 97-111 Downloads
Sean Ingham
Reflections on Arrow’s theorem and voting rules pp. 113-124 Downloads
Nicholas R. Miller
Kenneth Arrow’s impossibility theorem stretching to other fields pp. 125-131 Downloads
Wulf Gaertner
Arrow, and unexpected consequences of his theorem pp. 133-144 Downloads
Donald G. Saari
A defense of Arrow’s independence of irrelevant alternatives pp. 145-164 Downloads
John W. Patty and Elizabeth Maggie Penn
Remembering Kenneth Arrow: discount rates pp. 165-167 Downloads
Kenneth A. Shepsle
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