Constitutional Political Economy
|Constitutional Political Economy|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Const Polit Econ|
|Edited by||Alan Hamlin (Editor-in-Chief)|
The broad subject of the journal is constitutional analysis, including papers on theoretical and empirical research and on constitutional policy issues. An editorial statement describes the journal as based in economics but explicitly interdisciplinary in inviting dialogue across a range of social sciences, including law, philosophy, political science, and sociology. It expresses a shared interest across disciplines on the integration of the study of political, legal, and moral institutions into economic analysis.
- James M. Buchanan, 1990. "The Domain of Constitutional Economics," Constitutional Political Economy, 1(1), pp. 1-18, adapted as "Constitutional Political Economy" in C. K. Rowley and F. Schneider, ed., 2004, The Encyclopedia of Public Choice, v. 2, pp. 60-67.
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