To Promote the General Welfare: Market Processes Vs. Political Transfers ebook
by Richard E. Wagner
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In To Promote the General Welfare, Richard Wagner, chairman of the department of economics at George Mason University (the home of both the Center for the Study of Public Choice and the Center for the Study of Market Processes), combines the insights of both Austrian and public.
In To Promote the General Welfare, Richard Wagner, chairman of the department of economics at George Mason University (the home of both the Center for the Study of Public Choice and the Center for the Study of Market Processes), combines the insights of both Austrian and public choice economics to analyze the policies of the welfare state. With the decline of the socialist model of economic organization, the battleground for classical liberals has shifted. The main debate today centers around environmental policy and welfare reform.
Richard Edward Wagner (born April 28, 1941) is an American economist. He is professor of economics at George Mason University. To Promote the General Welfare: Market Processes vs. Political Transfers (1989). The Economics of Smoking (co-authored with Robert Tollison) (1991). He works primarily in the fields of public finance and public choice. Wagner received his doctorate in economics from the University of Virginia, studying under James M. Buchanan. Wagner's work centers on the notion that macroeconomic phenomena are emergent, rather than being objects of choice. Romance, Realism, and Economic Reform" (co-authored with Tollison) in Kyklos vol. 44, no. 1 (1991).
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Papers on Non-Market Decision Making 1 (1), 161-170, 1966. political transfers.
To Promote the General Welfare. This is a highly original and creative argument by a major political economist to rethink how the public economy is studied. Instead of treating the public sector as a corrective agency for problems that may arise in the private economy, Professor Wagner proposes to study the "public square" in the same way that modern economists approach the "private square". This book adopts a middle way between the two extremes, the Publius approach, which recognizes the potential for government to act for the public good but also accepts the fact that things often go wrong.
Market Processes vs. Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Advanced Studies in Political Economy.
Wagner, Richard . Promoting the General Welfare: Political Economy for a Free Republic (October 1, 2010). GMU Working Paper in Economics No. 10-28. Richard E. Wagner (Contact Author).
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