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Personal reflections on the influence of Buchanan, Tullock, and The Calculus of Consent

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Plott, C.R. Personal reflections on the influence of Buchanan, Tullock, and The Calculus of Consent . Public Choice 152, 293–298 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11127-012-9972-6

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Keywords

  • Public Good
  • Public Choice
  • Social Choice
  • Social Preference
  • Social Welfare Function