Thanks to Gordon Tullock
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- Congleton, R.D. Public Choice (2015) 162: 229. doi:10.1007/s11127-015-0231-5
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Gordon Tullock’s impact as a scholar was far broader than his own research because he was an initiator of new fields of research rather than one who modestly extended pre-existing pastures. His import as founding editor of Public Choice, as an ambassador for public choice, and as a teacher, mentor, and friend for public choice scholars around the world should also be remembered.