A constitutional view of legislative pay

@article{Sollars1990ACV,
  title={A constitutional view of legislative pay},
  author={David L. Sollars},
  journal={Public Choice},
  year={1990},
  volume={67},
  pages={81-86}
}
  • David L. Sollars
  • Published 1990
  • Economics
  • Public Choice
  • ConclusionThe distinction between constitutional rules and post-constitutional laws is often a fine line. However, this analysis suggests that, in the case of state legislative pay, constitutional rules are much more binding than post-constitutional restrictions. Further research in the area of constitutions from an economic point of view may yield fruitful results. As Tullock (1988: 140) has stated, “The real importance of such an evaluation could be as a first step toward developing improved… CONTINUE READING
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