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The editors of Public Choice are pleased to announce their selections for the best papers published during calendar year 2017.
The Gordon Tullock Prize for the best article contributed by a younger scholar is awarded to Keith E. Schnakenberg (Department of Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis) for:
The supermajority core of the US Senate and the failure to join the League of Nations, Public Choice 173(3–4) (December 2017), 325–343.
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 downsides of information transmission and voting, Public Choice 173(1–2) (October 2017), 43–59.