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Volume 195, issue 3, 2023

The Freiburg School and the Virginia School: introduction to the special issue pp. 193-196 Downloads
Lars Feld and Daniel Nientiedt
Standing on the shoulders of giants or science? Lessons from ordoliberalism pp. 197-211 Downloads
Lars Feld and Ekkehard A. Köhler
James M. Buchanan on “the relatively absolute absolutes” and “truth judgments” in politics pp. 213-230 Downloads
Peter J. Boettke and M. Scott King
The rule of rules pp. 231-250 Downloads
Alan Hamlin
Liberalism and democracy: legitimacy and institutional expediency pp. 251-268 Downloads
Viktor J. Vanberg
The logical foundations of constitutional democracy between legal positivism and natural law theory pp. 269-281 Downloads
Hartmut Kliemt
The concept of Ordnungspolitik: rule-based economic policymaking from the perspective of the Freiburg School pp. 283-300 Downloads
Jan Schnellenbach
Contextual liberalism: the ordoliberal approach to private vices and public benefits pp. 301-322 Downloads
Roland Fritz, Nils Goldschmidt and Matthias Störring
Contractarianism, constitutionalism, and the status quo pp. 323-339 Downloads
Michael Munger and Georg Vanberg
The ideological use and abuse of Freiburg’s ordoliberalism pp. 341-361 Downloads
Malte Dold and Tim Krieger
Was Walter Eucken a proponent of authoritarian liberalism? pp. 363-376 Downloads
Ekkehard A. Köhler and Daniel Nientiedt
Militant constitutionalism: a promising concept to make constitutional backsliding less likely? pp. 377-404 Downloads
Jerg Gutmann and Stefan Voigt

Volume 195, issue 1, 2023

The political economy of public health pp. 1-3 Downloads
Glenn L. Furton, Mario J. Rizzo and David A. Harper
Public choice and public health pp. 5-41 Downloads
Peter Leeson and Henry Thompson
What is public health? public goods, publicized goods, and the conversion problem pp. 43-53 Downloads
Jonathan Anomaly
Inframarginal externalities: COVID-19, vaccines, and universal mandates pp. 55-72 Downloads
Brian C. Albrecht and Shruti Rajagopalan
Federalism and pandemic policies: variety as the spice of life pp. 73-100 Downloads
Roger Congleton
Public health and expert failure pp. 101-124 Downloads
Roger Koppl
Foucault and Hayek on public health and the road to serfdom pp. 125-143 Downloads
Mark Pennington
Epidemic disease and the state: Is there a tradeoff between public health and liberty? pp. 145-167 Downloads
Mark Koyama
The pox of politics: Troesken’s tradeoff reexamined pp. 169-191 Downloads
Glenn L. Furton

Volume 194, issue 3, 2023

Editorial announcement pp. 231-231 Downloads
Peter T. Leeson
How not to write a constitution: lessons from Chile pp. 233-247 Downloads
Guillermo Larrain, Gabriel Negretto and Stefan Voigt
Rent-seeking, reform, and conflict: French parliaments at the end of the Old Regime pp. 249-275 Downloads
Touria Jaaidane, Olivier Musy and Ronan Tallec
Identifying the regulator’s objective: Does political support matter? pp. 277-295 Downloads
Zach Raff
Does a firm’s lobbying activity respond to its peers’ lobbying activity? pp. 297-324 Downloads
Wei-Fong Pan
Inequality, transaction costs and voter turnout: evidence from Canadian provinces and Indian states pp. 325-346 Downloads
Bharatee Bhusana Dash, J. Stephen Ferris and Marcel Voia
Turning out for redistribution: the effect of voter turnout on top marginal tax rates pp. 347-367 Downloads
Navid Sabet
The impact of voter turnout on referendum outcomes: evidence from Ireland pp. 369-393 Downloads
Vincent Munley, Abian Garcia-Rodriguez and Paul Redmond
Economics as moral exchange: James Buchanan meets Martin Buber pp. 395-420 Downloads
Tyler J. Brough and Randy T Simmons
Torben Iversen and Philipp Rehm: Big data and the welfare state: how the information revolution threatens social solidarity pp. 421-426 Downloads
Timothy Hicks
Hong Liu, The political economy of transnational governance: China and Southeast Asia in the 21st Century. New York, NY: Routledge, 2022. 220 Pages. USD 142.85 (Hardcover) pp. 427-430 Downloads
Fatih Kırşanlı

Volume 194, issue 1, 2023

The redistributive politics of monetary policy pp. 1-26 Downloads
Louis Rouanet and Peter Hazlett
Decentralized revenue sharing from broadcasting sports pp. 27-44 Downloads
Gustavo Bergantiños and Juan Moreno-Ternero
Expressive voting versus information avoidance: experimental evidence in the context of climate change mitigation pp. 45-74 Downloads
Katharina Momsen and Markus Ohndorf
Party leaders as welfare-maximizing coalition builders in the pursuit of party-related public goods pp. 75-99 Downloads
Ryan J. Vander Wielen
Public employment and homeownership dynamics pp. 101-155 Downloads
Andrea Camilli and Pedro Gomes
Strategic effects of stock pollution: the positive theory of fiscal deficits revisited pp. 157-179 Downloads
Maximilian Kellner
Serving two masters: the effect of state religion on fiscal capacity pp. 181-203 Downloads
Antonis Adam and Sofia Tsarsitalidou
The grass is not greener on the other side: the role of attention in voting behavior pp. 205-223 Downloads
Lucie Coufalová and Štěpán Mikula
Adam Hanieh, Money, Markets, and Monarchies: The Gulf Cooperation Council and the Political Economy of the Contemporary Middle East. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2018. 314 Pages. USD 32.99 (Paperback) pp. 225-228 Downloads
Fatih Kırşanlı
John A. List: The voltage effect—how to make good ideas great and great ideas scale pp. 229-230 Downloads
Egor Bronnikov

Volume 193, issue 3, 2022

Collaboration as communication: writing with Geoffrey Brennan pp. 127-132 Downloads
Loren Lomasky
Geoffrey Brennan: scholar and gentleman pp. 133-139 Downloads
Keith Dowding
From Airbnb to solar: electricity market platforms as local sharing economies pp. 141-162 Downloads
Alexander Theisen, Lynne Kiesling and Michael Munger
Capture and passive predation in times of COVID-19 pandemic pp. 163-186 Downloads
Samira Guennif
How do increases in electric vehicle use affect urban toll ring prices? pp. 187-209 Downloads
Lana Krehic
Why does the confidence in companies, but not the confidence in the government, affect the demand for regulation differently across countries? pp. 211-231 Downloads
Pál Czeglédi
The determinants of social expenditures in OECD countries pp. 233-261 Downloads
Florian Haelg, Niklas Potrafke and Jan-Egbert Sturm
Optimal lockdowns pp. 263-274 Downloads
David J. Hebert and Michael D. Curry
The Brexit referendum and three types of regret pp. 275-291 Downloads
Stephen Drinkwater and Colin Jennings
Do political protests mobilize voters? Evidence from the Black Lives Matter protests pp. 293-313 Downloads
Oliver Engist and Felix Schafmeister
Vote buying and redistribution pp. 315-344 Downloads
Alice Guerra and Mogens K. Justesen

Volume 193, issue 1, 2022

George stigler’s theory of economic regulation at 50 - introduction to a special issue pp. 1-5 Downloads
Diana W. Thomas and Michael D. Thomas
“The theory of economic regulation” after 50 years pp. 7-21 Downloads
Sam Peltzman
George J. Stigler’s theory of economic regulation, bootleggers, baptists and the rebirth of the public interest imperative pp. 23-34 Downloads
Bruce Yandle
Regulatory capture and the dynamics of interventionism: the case of power utilities in Quebec and Ontario to 1944 pp. 35-61 Downloads
Germain Belzile, Rosolino A. Candela and Vincent Geloso
The economic theory of regulation and inequality pp. 63-78 Downloads
Dustin Chambers and Colin O’Reilly
International regulatory diversity over 50 years: political entrepreneurship within fiscal constraints pp. 79-108 Downloads
Vlad Tarko and Ryan Safner
Regulation, competition, and the social control of business pp. 109-125 Downloads
Diana W. Thomas and Michael D. Thomas
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