Professor Tullock's New and Collected Works Published

George Mason Professor of of Law Gordon Tullock is one of the most well-respected scholars in the area of public choice and law and economics. He has been writing in these fields since 1954, and he continues to publish highly-regarded scholarship. Earlier this year, Edward Elgar published a new work by Tullock entitled Public Goods, Redistribution and Rent Seeking. As a testament to Professor Tullock's long publishing history, the Liberty Fund recently began a 10 book series of The Selected Works of Gordon Tullock, covering writings from 1954 to 2002 . This series is edited by George Mason University's Duncan Black Professor of Economics Charles K. Rowley, and the first five volumes have already been published. [more...]