Intelligence And Democratic Action

  title={Intelligence And Democratic Action},
  author={Frank Hyneman Knight},
  • F. Knight
  • Published 1 September 1960
  • Political Science, Economics
Frank Knight and the Origins of Public Choice
Frank Knight a-t-il joue un role dans la formation de la theorie du Public Choice ? Nous soutenons que plusieurs aspects de la pensee de James Buchanan, qui forment bon nombre des idees fondamentales
Warren J. Samuels: Intellectual Historian of Economics
The late Warren J. Samuels saw intellectual history as an integral part of his economic scholarship. As an intellectual history he sought to elucidate a past economist’s general theory of economic
American Democracy and the Problem of Fiscal Deficits
Most theorists of public finance treat budgeting as a technical problem concerned centrally with projecting revenues and expenses. To the contrary, I treat budgeting as a political problem, with
Trade, Power, and Political Economy: Reason vs. Ideology in Edward Stringham's Private Governance
In Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life, Edward Stringham explains that private ordering is sufficient to secure full exploitation of gains from trade within a society.
Frank H. Knight on the 'Entrepreneur Function' in Modern Enterprise
Frank Knight’s theory of the entrepreneurial function in modern enterprise is explored in two contexts. The first is the dismissal of the neoclassical theory of business enterprise by Berle and Means
Form and Substance in a Theory of Human Association: Vincent Ostrom’s Democratic Theorizing
This paper uses Vincent Ostrom’s treatment of democracy as entailing a Faustian bargain to explore some challenges that confront his research program into the theory of human association. To carry
Uncertainty and the social organization of economic activity
Abstract The last two chapters of Frank H. Knight's Risk, Uncertainty and Profit are seldom cited and frequently ignored. But in those chapters, Knight moves from entrepreneurial judgment and
Frank Knight, James Buchanan, and Classical Political Economy: The Long Shadow of Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit
I have been asked to explore how James Buchanan’s work on public finance and constitutional political economy might have emerged out of themes present in Frank Knight’s <i>oeuvre</i>, especially his