The unfinished business of public choice
AbstractOver the past fifty years, the public choice research program has generated important insights into collective decision-making processes, especially as they operate within the political institutions of Europe and North America. Despite a half-century of progress, a great deal of unfinished business remains on the public choice research agenda. In the course of assessing the current state of the literature, as represented in the contributions to this special issue of Public Choice, this essay identifies some of the unanswered questions. Copyright Springer Science + Business Media, Inc. 2005
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Volume (Year): 124 (2005)
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