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Volume 187, issue 1, 2021

Introduction: a special issue in honoring Janos Kornai pp. 1-13 Downloads
Mehrdad Vahabi
1956 in Hungary: as I saw it then and as I see it now pp. 15-26 Downloads
János Kornai
Marx after Kornai pp. 27-32 Downloads
Amartya Sen
Commissioned editorial commentary: exchange between Janos Kornai and Amartya Sen on Karl Marx pp. 33-36 Downloads
Mehrdad Vahabi
Socialism and Kornai’s revolutionary perspective pp. 37-54 Downloads
Mehrdad Vahabi
Kornai’s Overcentralization and naïve empiricism pp. 55-62 Downloads
Paul R. Gregory
Janos Kornai: a non-mainstream pathway from economic planning to disequilibrium economics pp. 63-83 Downloads
Wladimir Andreff
János Kornai, the Austrians, and the political and economic analysis of socialism pp. 85-97 Downloads
Peter J. Boettke and Rosolino A. Candela
Kornai goes to Kenya pp. 99-110 Downloads
Peter Leeson, Colin Harris and Andrew Myers
New evidence on the soft budget constraint: Chinese environmental policy effectiveness in SOE-dominated cities pp. 111-142 Downloads
Mathilde Maurel and Thomas Pernet
Disruptive innovation and R&D ownership structures pp. 143-163 Downloads
Di Guo, Haizhou Huang, Kun Jiang and Chenggang Xu
Culture, institutions and democratization* pp. 165-195 Downloads
Yuriy Gorodnichenko and Gerard Roland
Kornai on the affinity of systems: Is China today an illiberal capitalist system or a communist dictatorship? pp. 197-216 Downloads
Péter Mihályi and Iván Szelényi
Is there a demand for autocracies in Europe? Comparing the attitudes of Hungarian and Italian university students toward liberal democratic values inspired by János Kornai pp. 217-233 Downloads
Miklós Rosta and László Tóth
Hungary's U-turn in Kornai's system paradigm perspective: a case for national authoritarian capitalism pp. 235-245 Downloads
Pierre-Yves Hénin and Ahmet Insel

Volume 186, issue 3, 2021

Investigation in search of truth pp. 223-228 Downloads
Arye Hillman and Heinrich W. Ursprung
Salem with and without witches, and also Geneva and Berlin pp. 229-239 Downloads
Peter Nannestad
Correction to: The transformation of supreme values: Evidence from Poland on salvation through civic engagement pp. 241-241 Downloads
Jan Fałkowski and Przemysław J. Kurek
Islamic constitutions and religious minorities pp. 243-265 Downloads
Moamen Gouda and Jerg Gutmann
Third-party intervention in the presence of supreme values pp. 267-274 Downloads
Artyom Jelnov
Harming a favored side: an anomaly with supreme values and good intentions pp. 275-285 Downloads
Arye Hillman
Stable money and central bank independence: implementing monetary institutions in postwar Germany pp. 287-308 Downloads
Carsten Hefeker
The limits of central bank independence for inflation performance pp. 309-335 Downloads
Jamus Jerome Lim
The political economy of hyperinflation in Venezuela pp. 337-350 Downloads
Giovanni B. Pittaluga, Elena Seghezza and Pierluigi Morelli
The role of ECB communication in guiding markets pp. 351-383 Downloads
Marc Anderes, Alexander Rathke, Sina Streicher and Jan-Egbert Sturm
Correction to: Economic growth and political extremism pp. 385-385 Downloads
Markus Brückner and Hans Peter Grüner
Ineffective fiscal rules? The effect of public sector accounting standards on budgets, efficiency, and accountability pp. 387-412 Downloads
Florian Dorn, Stefanie Gaebler and Felix Roesel
Do banking crises improve democracy? pp. 413-446 Downloads
Beni Kouevi-Gath, Pierre-Guillaume Méon and Laurent Weill
Egalitarianism and the democratic deconsolidation: Is democracy compatible with socialism? pp. 447-465 Downloads
François Facchini and Mickael Melki
The scope of political jurisdictions and violence: theory and evidence from Africa pp. 467-490 Downloads
Jordan Adamson
Elections, the curse of competence and credence policies pp. 491-511 Downloads
Hans Gersbach
Partisan bias in inflation expectations pp. 513-536 Downloads
Oliver Bachmann, Klaus Gründler, Niklas Potrafke and Ruben Seiberlich
Public perceptions and bond markets during the Great War: the case of a neutral country pp. 537-561 Downloads
Christoph Schaltegger and Lukas A. Schmid
Education, political discontent, and emigration intentions: evidence from a natural experiment in Turkey pp. 563-585 Downloads
Z. Eylem Gevrek, Pinar Kunt and Heinrich W. Ursprung
The Meaningful Votes: Voting on Brexit in the British House of Commons pp. 587-617 Downloads
Toke Aidt, Felix Grey and Alexandru Savu

Volume 186, issue 1, 2021

Constitutional political economy: Ulysses and the prophet Jonah pp. 1-6 Downloads
Arye Hillman
Giuseppe Eusepi: a courageous and cheerful countenance for the ages pp. 7-8 Downloads
Richard E. Wagner
Child-raising cost and fertility from a contest perspective pp. 9-28 Downloads
Bing Xu and Maxwell Pak
The political economy of voluntary public service pp. 29-61 Downloads
Arup Bose, Debashis Pal and David Sappington
Is justice blind? Evidence from federal corruption convictions pp. 63-95 Downloads
Lewis Davis and K. R. White
The cyclicality of government foreign-aid expenditure: voter awareness in “good” times and in “bad” pp. 97-117 Downloads
Andrew Abbott and Philip Jones
The interest group origins of the Bank of France pp. 119-140 Downloads
Louis Rouanet
Will quadratic voting produce optimal public policy? pp. 141-148 Downloads
John C. Goodman and Philip K. Porter
Do refugees impact voting behavior in the host country? Evidence from Syrian refugee inflows to Turkey pp. 149-178 Downloads
Onur Altindag and Neeraj Kaushal
What determines preferences for an electoral system? Evidence from a binding referendum pp. 179-208 Downloads
Guillem Riambau, Steven Stillman and Geua Boe-Gibson
Arthur M. Diamond, Jr.: Openness to creative destruction: sustaining innovative dynamism pp. 209-210 Downloads
Peter J. Boettke
Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl (2020) Quagmire in Civil War. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, xxv + 319 pp, USD 32.99 (paperback) pp. 211-214 Downloads
Garrett R. Wood
Michael Suk-Young Chwe, Jane Austin: Game theorist pp. 215-219 Downloads
Marek M. Kaminski
Arye L. Hillman: Public finance and public policy: a political economy perspective on the responsibilities and limitations of government pp. 221-222 Downloads
Randall Holcombe

Volume 185, issue 3, 2020

Learning from each other: causal inference and American political development pp. 245-251 Downloads
Jeffery A. Jenkins, Nolan McCarty and Charles Stewart
A developmental approach to historical causal inference pp. 253-279 Downloads
David A. Bateman and Dawn Langan Teele
The inferential opportunity of specificity: theory and empirical causality in American Political Development pp. 281-298 Downloads
Corrine M. McConnaughy
American political development and new challenges of causal inference pp. 299-314 Downloads
Gregory J. Wawro and Ira Katznelson
Causes, theories, and the past in political science pp. 315-333 Downloads
Sanford C. Gordon and Hannah K. Simpson
Game theory and the study of American political development pp. 335-357 Downloads
Sean Gailmard
Causal inference and American political development: contrasts and complementarities pp. 359-376 Downloads
Devin Caughey and Sara Chatfield
Applying regression discontinuity designs to American political development pp. 377-399 Downloads
Anna Harvey
Randomized experiments by government institutions and American political development pp. 401-413 Downloads
Christian R. Grose and Abby K. Wood
How we (should?) study Congress and history pp. 415-427 Downloads
Sarah Binder
Causal inference and American political development: the case of the gag rule pp. 429-457 Downloads
Jeffery A. Jenkins and Charles Stewart
The effect of majority party agenda setting on roll calls pp. 459-483 Downloads
Joshua D. Clinton
Let’s not conflate APD with political history, and other reflections on “Causal Inference and American Political Development” pp. 485-500 Downloads
Daniel J. Galvin
Causal inference and American political development: common challenges and opportunities pp. 501-511 Downloads
Eric Schickler

Volume 185, issue 1, 2020

Public resource allocation, strategic behavior, and status quo bias in choice experiments pp. 1-19 Downloads
Katherine Carson, Susan M. Chilton, W. George Hutchinson and Riccardo Scarpa
Why do military dictatorships become presidential democracies? Mapping the democratic interests of autocratic regimes pp. 21-43 Downloads
Christian Bjørnskov
The Alma Mater effect: Does foreign education of political leaders influence UNGA voting? pp. 45-64 Downloads
Axel Dreher and Shu Yu
Distributive spending and presidential partisan politics pp. 65-85 Downloads
Yaniv Reingewertz and Thushyanthan Baskaran
The determinants of democracy: a sensitivity analysis pp. 87-111 Downloads
Espen Geelmuyden Rød, Carl Henrik Knutsen and Håvard Hegre
The transformation of supreme values: Evidence from Poland on salvation through civic engagement pp. 113-129 Downloads
Jan Fałkowski and Przemysław Kurek
Economic growth and political extremism pp. 131-159 Downloads
Markus Brückner and Hans Peter Grüner
Precision-guided or blunt? The effects of US economic sanctions on human rights pp. 161-182 Downloads
Jerg Gutmann, Matthias Neuenkirch and Florian Neumeier
Extra votes to signal loyalty: regional political cycles and national elections in Russia pp. 183-213 Downloads
Oleg Sidorkin and Dmitriy Vorobyev
What are the best quorum rules? A laboratory investigation pp. 215-231 Downloads
Luís Aguiar-Conraria, Pedro C. Magalhães and Christoph A. Vanberg
Virgil Henry Storr and Ginny Seung Choi, Do markets corrupt our morals? pp. 233-236 Downloads
Michael Munger
Charles H. Anderton and John R. Carter: Principles of conflict economics: The political economy of war, terrorism, genocide, and peace pp. 237-239 Downloads
Shikha Basnet Silwal
Randall G. Holcombe, Liberty in Peril: Democracy and Power in American History. Oakland, California: Independent Institute, 2019, xx + 245 pp, USD 24.95 (hardback) pp. 241-244 Downloads
Jonathan W. Plante
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