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The calculus of consent
logical foundations of constitutional democracy
Verfasserangabe: James M. Buchanan ; Gordon Tullock
Jahr: 1971
Verlag: Ann Arbor, Mich., Univ. of Michigan Press
Mediengruppe: Buch
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VERLAGSTEXT: / 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 in the foreword, ?[this book] is a radical departure from the way democracies conduct their business. The Calculus is already a book for the ages.” / / This classic work analyzes the political organization of a free society through the lens of the economic organization of society. The authors acknowledge their unease as economists in analyzing the political organization, but they take the risk of forging into unfamiliar territory because they believe the benefits of their perspective will bear much fruit. / / As the authors state, their objective in this book is ?to analyze the calculus of the rational individual when he is faced with questions of constitutional choice We examine the [choice] process extensively only with reference to the problem of decision-making rules.” / / The authors describe their approach as ?economic individualism.” They believe that economists have explored individual choice extensively in the market sector while social scientists have largely ignored the dynamics of individual decision-making in the dynamics of forming group action in the public sector. / / Written in the early 1960s, The Calculus of Consent has become a bulwark of the public choice movement for which James M. Buchanan is so justly famous. /
 
AUS DEM INHALT: / Part I. The Conceptual Framework / 1. Introduction / 2. The Individualistic Postulate / 3. Politics and the Economic Nexus / 4. Individual Rationality in Social Choice / Part II. The Realm of Social Choice / 5. The Organization of Human Activity / 6. A Generalized Economic Theory of Constitutions / 7. The Rule of Unanimity / 8. The Costs of Decision-Making / Part III. Analyses of Decision-Making Rules / 9. The Structure of the Models / 10. Simple Majority Voting / 11. Simple Majority Voting and the Theory of Games / 12. Majority Rule, Game Theory, and Pareto Optimality / 13. Pareto Optimality, External Costs, and Income Redistribution / 14. The Range and Extent of Collective action / 15. Qualified Majority Voting Rules, Representation, and the Interdependence of Constitutional Variables / 16. The Bicameral Legislature / 17. The Orthodox Model of Majority Rule / Part IV. The Economics and the Ethics of Democracy / 18. Democratic Ethics and Economic Efficiency / 19. Pressure groups, Special interests, and the Constitution / 20. The Politics of the Good Society / /
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VerfasserInnenangabe: James M. Buchanan ; Gordon Tullock
Jahr: 1971
Verlag: Ann Arbor, Mich., Univ. of Michigan Press
Systematik: GW.VE, FS.E
Interessenkreis: Englisch [Sprache]
ISBN: 0-472-06100-3
2. ISBN: 0-472-09100-X
Beschreibung: 4. print, X, 361 S. : graph. Darst.
Sprache: Englisch
Mediengruppe: Buch