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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Are Adjuncts Exploited?: Some Grounds for Skepticism Jason Brennan education, labor market
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Is there a Duty to Vote? Geoffrey Brennan
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The Thing Itself Michael Munger Burke, burreaucracy, public choice, public choice theory, the state
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Scepticism about Philosophy Jason Brennan analytic philosophy, epistemology
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The Moral Significance of the Therapy-Enhancement Distinction genetic engineering
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Collective Responsibility and an Agent Meaning Theory Michael McKenna collective action, meaning, moral responsibility
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When Preservationism Doesn’t Preserve David Schmidtz animal ethics, environmental ethics
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Epistocracy within Public Reason Jason Brennan democracy, political philosophy, rational ignorance
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Money for Research Participation
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Public Goods public goods
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The normative purpose of economic ‘science’ Geoffrey Brennan
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An Introduction to Applicable Game Theory game theory
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Who is the Invader? Alien Species, Property Rights and Police Power
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Backing Away From Equality Steven Wall political philosophy, Amartya Sen, equality, egalitarianism
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Why Some Things Should Not Be For Sale David Schmidtz role of government
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Public Choice: A Survey
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Market-Based Environmentalism and the Free Market: They’re Not the Same
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Modeling the Individual for Constitutional Choice Brian Kogelmann constitution, constitutional political economy, homo economicus, rational choice theory, rationality, James M. Buchanan
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Agrarian Justice
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Libertarianism libertarianism
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Combating Resistance: The Case for a Global Antibiotics Treaty Jonathan Anomaly collective action, public goods, public health, medical ethics, bioethics, applied ethics
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Political Liberty: Who Needs It? Jason Brennan civil rights, democracy, political philosophy, rights theory
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Why Abortion is Immoral abortion
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Service Innovation: A Service-Dominant (S-D) Logic Perspective Robert Lusch service dominant logic, value creation
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