Political Economy: James Buchanan

This essay discusses key events in 19th century philosophy that drove the proliferation of social science departments and also left political philosophy disconnected from the kind of empirical work and the kind of real-time evolutionary institutional analysis that characterized 18th century tradition of political philosophy and that political economists such as James Buchanan kept alive in the 20th century. 

Publisher: Austrian Review of Economics
Published in: Austrian Review of Economics
2017
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