About this series
The Studies in Public Choice series is dedicated to publishing scholarship in the field of public choice and constitutional political economy. The series includes research monographs, edited volumes, textbooks, and reference works in all areas of public choice and constitutional political economy. Theoretical models of political processes, empirical studies, and case studies of political processes and events fall within the scope of the series, as do volumes analyzing the impacts of political decision-making on public policy. Public choice has been well-recognized as an interdisciplinary area of academic interest, but public choice analysis often has been absent in public policy studies. Applications of public choice to subfields such as macroeconomic policy, health policy, income security policy, and other public policy areas are welcome. The target audience of the series is broad, ranging from academics to policy practitioners.
Projects submitted to the series undergo evaluation from the series editor at the proposal and manuscript submission stages. Additional rounds of peer review may be required at the series editor’s discretion.