Public Choice Society
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The Public Choice Society was established in 1965 by Gordon Tullock and James Buchanan. Its goal is to facilitate the exchange of work, and ideas, at the intersection between economics, political science, and sociology. It started when scholars from all three of these groups became interested in the application of essentially economic methods to problems normally dealt with by political theorists. It has retained strong traces of economic methodology, but new and fruitful techniques have been developed that are not clearly identified with any self-contained discipline.
Research School of Social Sciences
Australian National University
The Public Choice Society is loosely affiliated with the journal Public Choice, published by Kluwer Academic Publishers
United Sates of America, PCS has no official office
The Society has no formal membership. Its purpose is simply to foster intellectual interchange. Our "members" are the people who attend our annual meetings, or who support the growth of the Public Choice perspective in their teaching or research. Our annual meetings are attended by about 300 people, from 16 countries.
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Journal of Institutional Studies (Журнал институциональных исследований). 2021. Т. 13. № 2. С. 6-26.