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Public Choice 3-4/2020

Issue 3-4/2020

Symposium on Legal Corruption / Edited by Oguzhan Dincer and Michael Johnston

Table of Contents ( 14 Articles )

20-07-2020 | Issue 3-4/2020

Legal corruption?

Oguzhan Dincer, Michael Johnston

12-12-2019 | Issue 3-4/2020 Open Access

Are women more likely to throw the rascals out? The mobilizing effect of social service spending on female voters

Amy C. Alexander, Andreas Bågenholm, Nicholas Charron

03-12-2019 | Issue 3-4/2020

Birds of a feather flock together: trust in government, political selection and electoral punishment

Massimo Finocchiaro Castro, Calogero Guccio

26-06-2020 | Issue 3-4/2020

The rise of populist parties in the aftermath of a massive corruption scandal

Alessandra Foresta

30-11-2019 | Issue 3-4/2020

Corruption predictability and corruption voting in Asian democracies

Eric C. C. Chang

07-12-2019 | Issue 3-4/2020

Corruption around the world: an analysis by partial least squares—structural equation modeling

Roberto Dell’Anno

18-12-2019 | Issue 3-4/2020

The determinants of cross-border corruption

Laarni Escresa, Lucio Picci

02-06-2020 | Presidential Address | Issue 3-4/2020

Ethics and good governance

Roger D. Congleton

05-10-2019 | Issue 3-4/2020

Bridge burning and escape routes

Paul Pecorino

22-10-2019 | Issue 3-4/2020

Approval voting and Shapley ranking

Pierre Dehez, Victor Ginsburgh

16-10-2019 | Issue 3-4/2020

Campaign contributions and policy convergence: asymmetric agents and donations constraints

Eric Dunaway, Felix Munoz-Garcia

14-04-2020 | Book Review | Issue 3-4/2020

Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson: the narrow corridor: states, societies, and the fate of liberty

Penguin Press, New York, NY, 2019. xvii+558 pp., USD 32.00 (cloth)
Randall G. Holcombe

06-05-2020 | Book Review | Issue 3-4/2020

Paul Dragos Aligica: Public entrepreneurship, citizenship, and self-governance

Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2018, ix + 228 Pages, USD 34.99 (paperback)
Malte F. Dold, Elias van Emmerick

09-07-2020 | Book Review | Issue 3-4/2020

Chris W. Surprenant and Jason Brennan: Injustice for all: how financial incentives corrupted and can fix the US criminal justice system

Routledge, New York, NY, 2020, 170 pp, USD 24.95 (paperback)
Brendan D. Dooley

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