October, 2018

Tensions in Political Economy

About the Series

The Tensions in Political Economy series consists of edited volumes of original essays that explore the research programs of key scholars in the tradition of mainline economics. These volumes delve into the tensions in a scholar's work, including real and apparent gaps, short-comings, and inconsistencies, in order to highlight and encourage contemporary research aimed at providing novel solutions to these tensions and bridging the gap between theory and practice. Through this series, the Mercatus Center at George Mason University aims to further mainline economics by ensuring that these critical examinations of the writings of key figures are made available to students and scholars.

Books in this Series

BUCHANAN'S TENSIONS: REEXAMINING THE POLITICAL ECONOMY AND PHILOSOPHY OF JAMES M. BUCHANAN
Edited by Peter J. Boettke and Solomon M. Stein (2018)