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Government: Whose Obedient Servant?
A Primer in Public Choice
By Gordon Tullock et al.
The Institute of Economic Affairs
$23.50 Paper Original
In this book, three economists provide an account of the theory of public choice and its applications without the technical jargon which makes it difficult for newcomers to appreciate the importance of this branch of economics. Contents include: Voting Paradoxes; Logrolling; The Cost of Rent Seeking; Internet Governance; Applying Public Choice to Environmental Policy; Over-Dependence on the Welfare State; The Political Fate of Economic Federalism; and others.
Series: IEA Readings 51