1st Edition

Rules and Choice in Economics Essays in Constitutional Political Economy

By Viktor J Vanberg Copyright 1994
    320 Pages
    by Routledge

    318 Pages
    by Routledge

    Using an analysis which draws on economics, law, moral philosophy, sociology and political science, Vanberg demonstrates how the rules and institutions which are the basis of cooperation in society can be systematically explained.

    List of figures, Acknowledgements, Introduction: Economics as social theory, Part I The reason of rules, Part II Rationality and morality, Part III The evolution of rules, Part IV Rules in markets and organizations, Part V Constitutional choice, Part VI Legitimacy in constitutional order, Notes, Bibliography, Index


    Viktor J Vanberg