The editors of Public Choice are pleased to announce their selections for the best papers published during calendar year 2018.
The Gordon Tullock Prize for the best article contributed by a younger scholar or scholars is awarded jointly to Rosolino A. Candela (George Mason University) and Vincent J. Geloso (Bates College) for:
Distributive politics and congressional voting: public lands reform during the Jacksonian era. Public Choice 175(3–4) (June 2018), 259–274.
The prizes carry honoraria of $1000 each. The honorarium for the Duncan Black Prize is funded by the Public Choice Society; SpringerNature, the publisher of Public Choice, funds the honorarium for the Gordon Tullock Prize.
The lightship in economics. Public Choice 176(3–4) (September 2018), 479–506.