Constitutional Political Economy
Constitutional Political Economy offers a forum for research in the broad area of constitutional analysis, which lies at the intersection of several approaches in modern economics, sharing a common interest in the systematic integration of the institutional dimension - the study of political, legal and moral institutions - into economic analysis.
Grounded in economics, Constitutional Political Economy is explicitly interdisciplinary. It encourages exchange and dialogue extending across a range of social sciences, including law, philosophy, political science and sociology. The journal publishes theoretical and empirical research, as well as contributions to constitutional policy issues.
25 Volumes 93 Issues 556 Articles available from 1990 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Land, men and taxation: an application to pre-modern China and Europe Erik Jones’ European Miracle revisited
Charles B. Blankart (December 2014)
Jason Sorens (December 2014)
Petrik Runst (December 2014)
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