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Democratic Constitutional Design and Public Policy: Analysis and Evidence Hardcover – June 9, 2006

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"This book brings together some of the most exciting recent work on what makes constitutions work and what causes them to fail. In territory that was until recently the exclusive province of lawyers, an eminent group of economists and political scientists gambol freely, with fascinating results. It will be essential for scholars and students of constitutional theory."--Iain McLean, Professor of Politics, University of Oxford

About the Author

Roger D. Congleton is Professor of Economics and Senior Research Associate at the Center for Study of Public Choice at George Mason University and Senior Research Associate at the Center for Business and Policy Studies (SNS) in Stockholm.

Birgitta Swedenborg is Research Director of SNS and coauthor of Turning Sweden Around (MIT Press, 1994).

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Roger Congleton is currently the BB&T professor of economics at West Virginia University. He had previously been professor of economics at George Mason University and a senior research associate of the Center for Study of Public Choice. Prof Congleton has written and lectured widely on the effects of constitutions and on the politics of public policy in contemporary democracies.

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