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Richard E. Wagner, Politics as a peculiar business insights from a theory of entangled political economy

Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., Northampton, 2016, xii + 234 pp, USD 120.00 (cloth)

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Salter, A.W. Richard E. Wagner, Politics as a peculiar business insights from a theory of entangled political economy . Public Choice 167, 291–293 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11127-016-0343-6

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Keywords

  • Moral Imagination
  • Constitutional Political Economy
  • Political Enterprise
  • Transferable Ownership
  • Informal Constitution