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Volume 191, issue 3, 2022

Behavioral economics and public choice: introduction to a special issue pp. 285-292 Downloads
Gregory DeAngelo and Bryan C. McCannon
Favoritism and cooperation pp. 293-307 Downloads
Johanna Mollerstrom
Endogenous choice of institutional punishment mechanisms to promote social cooperation pp. 309-335 Downloads
Anabela Botelho, Glenn W. Harrison, Lígia M. Costa Pinto, Don Ross and Elisabet E. Rutström
When Syria was in Egypt’s land: Egyptians cooperate with Syrians, but less with each other pp. 337-362 Downloads
Mazen Hassan, Sarah Mansour, Stefan Voigt and May Gadallah
Analytical thinking, prosocial voting, and intergroup competition: experimental evidence from China pp. 363-385 Downloads
Rebecca B. Morton, Kai Ou and Xiangdong Qin
Behavioral economics and the Virginia school of political economy: overlaps and complementarities pp. 387-404 Downloads
Roger D. Congleton
Attention distribution as a measure of issue salience pp. 405-416 Downloads
Libby Jenke and Michael Munger
Does money have a conservative bias? Estimating the causal impact of Citizens United on state legislative preferences pp. 417-441 Downloads
Anna Harvey and Taylor Mattia
Nudging with care: the risks and benefits of social information pp. 443-464 Downloads
Cristina Bicchieri and Eugen Dimant
Efficiency criteria for nudges and norms pp. 465-482 Downloads
W. Kip Viscusi
Identity and off-diagonals: how permanent winning coalitions destroy democratic governance pp. 483-499 Downloads
Peter J. Boettke and Henry A. Thompson

Volume 191, issue 1, 2022

On the Virginia school of antitrust: Competition policy, law & economics and public choice pp. 1-19 Downloads
William F. Shughart
Representation increases participation: evidence from a reform in Chile pp. 21-30 Downloads
Christian Salas
Fiscal performance and the re-election of finance ministers–evidence from the Swiss cantons pp. 31-49 Downloads
Aurélia Buchs and Nils Soguel
Incentives for non-participation: absence in the United Kingdom House of Commons, 1997–2015 pp. 51-73 Downloads
Zoltán Fazekas and Martin Ejnar Hansen
Inconsistent weighting in weighted voting games pp. 75-103 Downloads
Sylvain Béal, Marc Deschamps, Mostapha Diss and Issofa Moyouwou
The calculus of dissent: Bias and diversity in FOMC projections pp. 105-135 Downloads
Thomas Hogan
A Tullock Index for assessing the effectiveness of redistribution pp. 137-159 Downloads
Luke Petach
Rewarding conservative politicians? Evidence from voting on same-sex marriage pp. 161-172 Downloads
Björn Kauder and Niklas Potrafke
Do women always behave as corruption cleaners? pp. 173-192 Downloads
Alice Guerra and Tatyana Zhuravleva
Competitive lobbying in the influence production process and the use of spatial econometrics in lobbying research pp. 193-215 Downloads
Benjamin C. K. Egerod and Wiebke Marie Junk
The predatory state and coercive assimilation: The case of the Uyghurs in Xinjiang pp. 217-235 Downloads
Gregory W. Caskey and Ilia Murtazashvili
Protection for sale: evidence from around the world pp. 237-267 Downloads
Andrew Jonelis and Wisarut Suwanprasert
Peter J. Boettke and Alain Marciano (eds.): The soul of classical political economy: James M. Buchanan from the archives pp. 269-271 Downloads
John Meadowcroft
Peter J. Boettke, Alexander William Salter, and Daniel J. Smith: Money and the rule of law: Generality and predictability in monetary institutions pp. 273-276 Downloads
Bryan Cutsinger
Peter J. Boettke and Solomon M. Stein (eds.), Buchanan’s tensions: reexamining the political economy and philosophy of James M. Buchanan, Arlington, VA: Mercatus Center at George Mason University, 2018, 204 Pages, USD 16.95 (paperback) pp. 277-283 Downloads
Nick Cowen and Aris Trantidis

Volume 190, issue 3, 2022

Editorial announcement pp. 263-263 Downloads
William F. Shughart
In Janos Kornai’s memory pp. 265-271 Downloads
Mehrdad Vahabi
Francesco Forte: an economist across boundaries pp. 273-280 Downloads
Silvia Fedeli
Social elites, popular discontent, and the limits of cooptation pp. 281-299 Downloads
Benjamin Broman
Pure-strategy Nash equilibrium in the spatial model with valence: existence and characterization pp. 301-316 Downloads
Mathieu Martin, Zéphirin Nganmeni, Ashley Piggins and Élise F. Tchouante
Information disclosure in elections with sequential costly participation pp. 317-344 Downloads
Dmitriy Vorobyev
Party-related primacy effects in proportional representation systems: evidence from a natural experiment in Polish local elections pp. 345-363 Downloads
Jarosław Flis and Marek M. Kaminski
Rational inattention and politics: how parties use fiscal policies to manipulate voters pp. 365-386 Downloads
Samuele Murtinu, Giulio Piccirilli and Agnese Sacchi
Revealed political favoritism: evidence from the allocation of state lottery grants in Israel pp. 387-406 Downloads
Momi Dahan and Itamar Yakir
Philadelphia reconsidered: participant curation, the Gerry Committee, and US constitutional design pp. 407-426 Downloads
Stephen C. Phillips, Alex P. Smith and Peter R. Licari
Trust, regulation, and market efficiency pp. 427-456 Downloads
Brandon N. Cline, Claudia Williamson and Haoyang Xiong
Partially verifiable deliberation in voting pp. 457-481 Downloads
Jianan Wang
Institutional implant and economic stagnation: a counterfactual study of Somalia pp. 483-503 Downloads
Daniel D. Bonneau, Joshua C. Hall and Yang Zhou
Alex Nowrasteh and Benjamin Powell, Wretched Refuse? The Political Economy of Immigration and Institutions pp. 505-508 Downloads
Claudia Williamson
Mikayla Novak, Freedom in contention: social movements and liberal political economy. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2021. 258 Pages. USD 105.00 (hardcover) pp. 509-512 Downloads
Joshua D. Ammons

Volume 190, issue 1, 2022

Emergencies: on the misuse of government powers pp. 1-32 Downloads
Christian Bjørnskov and Stefan Voigt
Is corruption distasteful or just another cost of doing business? pp. 33-51 Downloads
Ritwik Banerjee, Amadou Boly and Robert Gillanders
Measuring intra-generational redistribution in PAYG pension schemes pp. 53-73 Downloads
Jonas Klos, Tim Krieger and Sven Stöwhase
The flip side of power pp. 75-92 Downloads
Friedel Bolle and Philipp E. Otto
Federal reserve appointments and the politics of senate confirmation pp. 93-110 Downloads
Caitlin Ainsley
Dynamic anarchy: the evolution and economics of the beguny sect in eighteenth-twentieth century Russia pp. 111-126 Downloads
Vladimir Vladimirovich Maltsev
Understanding cross-cultural differences in peer reporting practices: evidence from tax evasion games in Moldova and France pp. 127-147 Downloads
Rustam Romaniuc, Dimitri Dubois, Eugen Dimant, Adrian Lupusor and Valeriu Prohnitchi
Immigrants as future voters pp. 149-174 Downloads
Arye L. Hillman and Ngo Long
The institutional foundations of surf break governance in Atlantic Europe pp. 175-204 Downloads
Martin Rode
Political institutions and academic freedom: evidence from across the world pp. 205-228 Downloads
Niclas Berggren and Christian Bjørnskov
The role of economic uncertainty in the rise of EU populism pp. 229-246 Downloads
Giray Gözgör
Donald J. Boudreaux and Roger Meiners (eds), The Legacy of Bruce Yandle. Arlington, VA: Mercatus center, 2020. xviii + 270 pages. USD 19.95 (paperback) pp. 247-250 Downloads
Michael David Thomas
Bryn Rosenfeld: The autocratic middle class: how state dependency reduces the demand for democracy pp. 251-253 Downloads
Georgi Asatryan and Jack Kalpakian
Nick Cowen, Neoliberal Social Justice: Rawls Unveiled pp. 255-258 Downloads
Mikayla Novak
Bart J. Wilson, The property species: mine, yours, and the human mind. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2020. xxvii + 230 Pages. USD 35.00 (Paperback) pp. 259-261 Downloads
Jon Murphy
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