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Public Choice 1-2/2020

Issue 1-2/2020

Table of Contents ( 13 Articles )

17-10-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020

Public resource allocation, strategic behavior, and status quo bias in choice experiments

Katherine Silz Carson, Susan M. Chilton, W. George Hutchinson, Riccardo Scarpa

17-10-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020

Why do military dictatorships become presidential democracies? Mapping the democratic interests of autocratic regimes

Christian Bjørnskov

29-10-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020

The Alma Mater effect: Does foreign education of political leaders influence UNGA voting?

Axel Dreher, Shu Yu

25-10-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020

Distributive spending and presidential partisan politics

Yaniv Reingewertz, Thushyanthan Baskaran

25-10-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020 Open Access

The determinants of democracy: a sensitivity analysis

Espen Geelmuyden Rød, Carl Henrik Knutsen, Håvard Hegre

20-11-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020 Open Access

The transformation of supreme values: Evidence from Poland on salvation through civic engagement

Jan Fałkowski, Przemysław Kurek

31-10-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020

Economic growth and political extremism

Markus Brückner, Hans Peter Grüner

30-10-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020

Precision-guided or blunt? The effects of US economic sanctions on human rights

Jerg Gutmann, Matthias Neuenkirch, Florian Neumeier

02-11-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020

Extra votes to signal loyalty: regional political cycles and national elections in Russia

Oleg Sidorkin, Dmitriy Vorobyev

31-10-2019 | Issue 1-2/2020

What are the best quorum rules? A laboratory investigation

Luís Aguiar-Conraria, Pedro C. Magalhães, Christoph A. Vanberg

13-12-2019 | Book Review | Issue 1-2/2020

Virgil Henry Storr and Ginny Seung Choi, Do markets corrupt our morals?

New York, NY, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, xiii + 281 pp, USD 34.99 (paperback)
Michael Munger

07-03-2020 | Book Review | Issue 1-2/2020

Charles H. Anderton and John R. Carter: Principles of conflict economics: The political economy of war, terrorism, genocide, and peace

Second Edition, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2019. xxii + 503 pp, USD 44.99 (paperback)
Shikha Basnet Silwal

22-01-2020 | Book Review | Issue 1-2/2020

Randall G. Holcombe, Liberty in Peril: Democracy and Power in American History. Oakland, California: Independent Institute, 2019, xx + 245 pp, USD 24.95 (hardback)

Jonathan W. Plante

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