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The calculus of consent : logical foundations of constitutional democracy
THE CALCULUS OF CONSENT was co-authored by Buchanan with Gordon Tullock, with whom Buchanan collaborated on many books and academic enterprises throughout their careers. As Robert D Tollison states
Efficient Rent Seeking
MOST of the papers in this volume* implicitly or explicitly assume that rent-seeking activity discounts the entire rent to be derived. Unfortunately, this is not necessarily true; the reality is much
Evaluates the methods to measure the welfare costs of monopolies and tariffs in the United States. Concerns of the economists; Presentation of equation; Validity of measurements. (Из Ebsco)
Competitive Exclusion.
The paradox of revolution
Revolutions are a favorite subject of many modern "committed scholars." The volume of their work, in my opinion, greatly exceeds its penetration. Indeed, it is the purpose of this essay to
Problems of Majority Voting
  • G. Tullock
  • Economics
    Journal of Political Economy
  • 1 December 1959
GORDON TULLOCK University of South Carolina E CONOMISTS have devoted a great deal of thought to problems of governmental policy and, in particular, to the question of proper allocation of resources
The Economics of Special Privilege and Rent Seeking
I Why Is the Rent-Seeking Industry So Small?.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Rents, Ignorance, and Ideology.- 3 The Cost of Rent Seeking: A Metaphysical Problem.- 4 Efficient Rent Seeking, Diseconomies of