Published September 2003
by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Charles K. Rowley (Editor), Friedrich Schneider (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
The Encyclopedia provides a detailed and comprehensive account of the subject known as public choice. The Encyclopedia provides a detailed and comprehensive account of the subject known as public choice. However, the title would not convey suf- ciently the breadth of the Encyclopedia. The Encyclopedia of Public Choice offers a detailed and comprehensive account of the subject that deals with the intersection of economics and political science. Its fruitful exchange among ethics, moral and political philosophy, and law, as well as economics and political science, examines the image of man as a purposive and rational actor. Get this from a library! The Encyclopedia of public choice. [Charles K Rowley; Friedrich Schneider;] -- Offers a detailed and comprehensive account of the subject that deals with the intersection of economics and political science. Its fruitful exchange among ethics, moral and political philosophy, and.
The Encyclopedia of Public Choice promises to become a reference work of lasting value for students of economics, sociology and political science, academicians, policymakers and observers of the public policy process. At long last, in the editorial team of Charles Rowley and Friedrich Schneider, public choice has its Samuel Johnson."Format: Paperback. Public choice, or public choice theory, is "the use of economic tools to deal with traditional problems of political science". Its content includes the study of political political science, it is the subset of positive political theory that studies self-interested agents (voters, politicians, bureaucrats) and their interactions, which can be represented in a number of ways. P ublic choice theory is a branch of economics that developed from the study of taxation and public spending. It emerged in the fifties and received widespread public attention in , when James Buchanan, one of its two leading architects (the other was his colleague Gordon Tullock), was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics. Public choice applies the theories and methods of economics to the analysis of political behavior, an area that was once the exclusive province of political scientists and sociologists. Public choice originated as a distinctive field of specialization a half century ago in the works of its founding fathers, Kenneth Arrow, Duncan Black, James Buchanan, Gordon [ ].
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