Peregrinaje Intelectual

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  • A perspective on a research program 
  • Gordon Tullock and The Calculus of Consent
  • John Rawles's theory of justice 
  • Conference in Charleston, Virginia (1963) 
  • The 1960s, Winston Bush, and The Limits of Liberty
  • The Power to Tax and The Reasons of Rules
  • Tullock's notion of rent seeking
  • Has public choice changed the world? 
  • Criticisms 
  • What I'm working on now and "the tragedy of politics" 
  • End of conference 
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James M. Buchanan

James M. Buchanan
James M. Buchanan, Jr. (1919-2013) was an American economist. He was awarded as Nobel Laureate in Economics in 1986 for his development of the "public choice theory" of economics that unifies economics and political decision making. He was a Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Cato Institute and professor at George Mason University. Buchanan held a BA from Middle Tennessee State College, a MS from the University of Tennessee and a PhD from the University of Chicago.

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Peregrinaje Intelectual, Premio Nobel de Economía
James M. Buchanan

Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, 19 de enero de 2001

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