Research Papers

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Should Law Professors Teach Public Choice Theory? Guido Pincione legal education, economic education, public choice theory, law
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Polycentricity: From Polanyi to Ostrom, and Beyond
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Market Failures
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Condorcet’s Jury Theorem and the Optimum Number of Voters Jason Brennan Condorcet, democracy, voting
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0n Property (when communal property solves a problem) David Schmidtz animal ethics, common property, Elinor Ostrom, environmental ethics, environmentalism, private property, property rights
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The Impact of Legalized Abortion on Crime
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The Right to a Decent Minimum of Health Care
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The normative purpose of economic ‘science’ Geoffrey Brennan
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International Justice Carmen E Pavel international justice, international institutions, international law
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Did France Cause the Great Depression
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Towards an Ecological Society
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Rising Plague: The Global Threat from Antibiotics-Resistant Bacteria Jonathan Anomaly
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Community, Diversity, and Equality in G. A. Cohen’s Socialist Ideal Jason Brennan diversity, equality, G.A. Cohen
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Causation and Freedom Carolina Sartorio
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The Ethics and Rationality of Voting Jason Brennan democracy, voting
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Embodiment and Self-Ownership Dan Russell common property, John Locke, left libertarianism, libertarianism, private property, property rights, proviso, right libertarianism
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Monetary Calculation and the Extension of Social Cooperation Into Anonymity Ludwig von Mises, social cooperation
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Environmental Markets versus Environmental Deliberation: A Hayekian Critique of Green Political Economy Mark Pennington
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Libertarianism After Nozick Jason Brennan libertarianism, Robert Nozick, welfare state
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Unintended Consequences 1, Good Intentions 0 Michael Munger public choice, government regulation, burreaucracy, public choice theory
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When May We Kill Government Agents?: In Defense of Moral Parity Jason Brennan authority, legitimacy, rights violations
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Philosophical Logic (Parsons on the Liar Paradox) David Schmidtz liar's paradox
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America’s Unjust Drug War
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Crossing a Mesh Theory with a Reasons-Responsive Theory: Unholy Spawn of an Impending Apocalypse or Love Child of a New Dawn Michael McKenna, Chad Van Schoelandt free will, moral agency, moral responsibility, personal identity
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Free Will in the Block Universe Jason Brennan free will, metaphysics, philosophy of science
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