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'''Randall G. Holcombe''' est un économiste américain de l'[[école du Public Choice]].
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'''Randall G. Holcombe''', né en [[1950]], est un économiste américain qui unit les recherches de l'[[école du Public Choice]] et de l'[[école autrichienne]] d'économie.
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== L'entrepreneur est le moteur de la croissance de l'économie ==
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Dans la théorie de Randall Holcombe, en [[1998]], l’entrepreneur est le moteur de la croissance économique. Lorsque l'[[entrepreneuriat]] est considéré comme le moteur de la croissance, l'accent est mis sur la création d'un environnement dans lequel des [[opportunités]] d'activité entrepreneuriale sont créées/ Alors l'entrepreneuriat réussi est récompensé. Lorsque le rôle clé de l'[[esprit d'entreprise]] est pris en compte, il est évident que l'accent doit être mis sur les institutions du marché plutôt que sur les inputs (intrants) de la fonction de production.
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Il a mis en exergue l'effet de « déversement » de l'entrepreneuriat. Quand les entrepreneurs exploitent des [[opportunités]] de profit, ils créent simultanément de nouvelles opportunités entrepreneuriales pour d'autres exploitations de profit. Le processus entrepreneurial est tributaire d'une structure incitative qui encourage l'aspect entrepreneurial de l'action humaine. En outre, la dimension entrepreneuriale de l'action humaine est, en un sens, autonome, car elle crée un environnement de nouvelles découvertes.
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Randy Holcombe soutient que l'entrepreneur innovant ne peut pas s'empêcher d'agir en tant que leader vis à vis d'autres entrepreneurs potentiels, y compris ses concurrents potentiels. Les individus entrepreneurs sont attentifs aux opportunités créés par l'exemple entrepreneurial d'un ou de plusieurs autres individus ou organisations. Aussi, les autres entrepreneurs peuvent reconnaître les erreurs ou les insuffisances dans son modèle économique (prévision de bénéfices réalisés par l'entrepreneur) ou de la possibilité de l'appliquer dans un autre secteur d'activité. Par exemple, le succès de McDonald a donné lieu à l'apparition de Burger King, de Taco Bell ou de Quick en France. A chaque fois qu'un entrepreneur saisit une nouvelle [[opportunité]], une opportunité pour de nouveaux marchés est créée. Quand un entrepreneur occupe une niche de marché, des ressources sont mobilisées, et aussi l'opportunité de créer des produits ou des services complémentaires, en conséquence. Ainsi, l'entrepreneur est un "équilibreur" au sein de son marché et, simultanément, un catalyseur d'activités pour l'économie dans son ensemble. Richard Holcombe ([[1998]]a, [[1999]]a) explique la croissance comme une combinaison de mouvements adaptatifs et perturbateurs par respectivement, des entrepreneurs Kirzneriens et Schumpeteriens. Il reprend la théorie de la croissance d'Israel Kirzner et l'étend dans le contexte d'une croissance à long terme. La croissance devient un processus auto-renforcé où les découvertes entrepreneuriales créent de nouvelles opportunités. Une découverte entrepreneuriale incite le dynamisme de l'économie en modifiant l'environnement pour les autres entrepreneurs. Dans une autre élaboration, Richard Holcombe ([[2003]]a, [[2003]]c) souligne le rôle important du cadre institutionnel dans l'incitation des individus à rechercher de manière délibérée les opportunités.
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==
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=== De 1977 à 1989 ===
  
 
* [[1977]],  
 
* [[1977]],  
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** h. avec Asghar Zardkoohi, Public Investment in a Democracy, Southern Economic Journal 47, No. 1 (July), pp. 210-217
 
** h. avec Asghar Zardkoohi, Public Investment in a Democracy, Southern Economic Journal 47, No. 1 (July), pp. 210-217
 
** i. Causes of the Energy Crisis, Oil and Gas Tax Quarterly 29, No. 1 (September), pp. 139-150
 
** i. Causes of the Energy Crisis, Oil and Gas Tax Quarterly 29, No. 1 (September), pp. 139-150
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* [[1981]],
 
* [[1981]],
 
** a. The Strategic Petroleum Reserve: An Economic Perspective, The Military Engineer 73, No. 472 (March-April), pp. 89-92
 
** a. The Strategic Petroleum Reserve: An Economic Perspective, The Military Engineer 73, No. 472 (March-April), pp. 89-92
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** b. avec Steven B. Caudill, Conditions for Coefficient Stability in Input-Output Models, Review of Business and Economic Research 23, No. 2 (Spring), pp. 29-37
 
** b. avec Steven B. Caudill, Conditions for Coefficient Stability in Input-Output Models, Review of Business and Economic Research 23, No. 2 (Spring), pp. 29-37
 
** c. avec Steven B. Caudill, Household Production and Labor Supply, International Journal of Manpower 9, no 3, pp7-9
 
** c. avec Steven B. Caudill, Household Production and Labor Supply, International Journal of Manpower 9, no 3, pp7-9
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** d. [http://mises.org/books/maneconomyliberty.pdf#294 "The Role of Government"], In: [[Walter Block]] et [[Llewellyn H. Rockwell]], dir., [http://mises.org/books/maneconomyliberty.pdf "Man, Economy and Liberty: Essays in Honor of Murray N. Rothbard"], Auburn, AL: Auburn University, Ludwig von Mises Institute, Ch 19, pp269-282
  
 
* [[1989]],  
 
* [[1989]],  
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** h. avec Steven B. Caudill, Taxation and the Redistribution of Income, Atlantic Economic Journal 17, No. 3 (September), pp. 39-42
 
** h. avec Steven B. Caudill, Taxation and the Redistribution of Income, Atlantic Economic Journal 17, No. 3 (September), pp. 39-42
 
** i. avec [[James D. Gwartney]], Political Parties and the Legislative Principal-Agent Relationship, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 145, No. 4 (December), pp. 669-675
 
** i. avec [[James D. Gwartney]], Political Parties and the Legislative Principal-Agent Relationship, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 145, No. 4 (December), pp. 669-675
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=== De 1990 à 1999 ===
  
 
* [[1990]],
 
* [[1990]],
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** c. A Theory of the Theory of Public Goods, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 10, No. 1, pp1-22
 
** c. A Theory of the Theory of Public Goods, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 10, No. 1, pp1-22
 
*** Traduction en espagnol en [[1998]], Una Teoria Sobre la Teoria de los Bienes Publicos, Libertas 15, no. 29 (October, pp3-31
 
*** Traduction en espagnol en [[1998]], Una Teoria Sobre la Teoria de los Bienes Publicos, Libertas 15, no. 29 (October, pp3-31
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** d. avec [[James D. Gwartney]], [[James D. Gwartney]] "Economic Freedom and the Environment for Economic Growth", Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 55(4), pp664-663
  
 
* [[1998]],  
 
* [[1998]],  
** a. Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth, [[Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], Vol 1, n°2, summer, pp45-62
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** a. "Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth", [[Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], Vol 1, n°2, summer, pp45-62
 
*** Repris en [[2007]], In: [[Jim Powell]], dir., Making Poor Nations Rich: Entrepreneurship and the Process of Economic Development, Independent Institute/Stanford University Press, pp79-110
 
*** Repris en [[2007]], In: [[Jim Powell]], dir., Making Poor Nations Rich: Entrepreneurship and the Process of Economic Development, Independent Institute/Stanford University Press, pp79-110
 
** b. Tax Policy from a Public Choice Perspective, National Tax Journal, 51, no. 2 (June), pp359-371
 
** b. Tax Policy from a Public Choice Perspective, National Tax Journal, 51, no. 2 (June), pp359-371
** c. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], The Scope of Government and the Wealth of Nations, Cato Journal, 18, pp163-190
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** c. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], "The Scope of Government and the Wealth of Nations", [[Cato Journal]], vol 18, n°2, pp163-190
** d. avec [[James D. Gwartney]], Lessons From the Laffer Curve and Tax Policy in the 1980s and 1990s, Journal of Private Enterprise 13 (January, pp86-105
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** d. avec [[James D. Gwartney]], "Lessons From the Laffer Curve and Tax Policy in the 1980s and 1990s", Journal of Private Enterprise 13 (January, pp86-105
** e. Constitutional Theory and the Constitutional History of Colonial America, Independent Review 3, no. 1 (Summer, pp21-36
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** e. [http://www.independent.org/pdf/tir/tir_03_1_holcombe.pdf "Constitutional Theory and the Constitutional History of Colonial America"], Independent Review, Vol 3, n°1, Summer, pp21-36
** f. avec Donald J. Lacombe, Interests Versus Ideology in the Ratification of the 16th and 17th Amendments, Economics & Politics 10, no. 2 (July, pp143-159
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** f. avec Donald J. Lacombe, "Interests Versus Ideology in the Ratification of the 16th and 17th Amendments", Economics & Politics 10, no. 2 (July, pp143-159
 
** g. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], [http://www.cato.org/pubs/journal/cj18n2/cj18n2-1.pdf The Scope of Government and the Wealth of Nations], [[Cato Journal]], Vol 18, n°2, Fall, pp163-190
 
** g. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], [http://www.cato.org/pubs/journal/cj18n2/cj18n2-1.pdf The Scope of Government and the Wealth of Nations], [[Cato Journal]], Vol 18, n°2, Fall, pp163-190
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** h. [http://www.independent.org/publications/tir/article.asp?a=376 Commentaire du livre de] [[Sanford Ikeda]], Dynamics of the Mixed Economy: Toward a Theory of Interventionism, The Independent Review, Vol 2, n°4, Spring
  
 
* [[1999]],  
 
* [[1999]],  
** a. Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth: Reply, [[Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], Vol 2, n°2, summer, pp73-78
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** a. "Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth: Reply", [[Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], Vol 2, n°2, summer, pp73-78
 
** b. Equilibrium versus the Invisible Hand, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 12, n°2, pp227-243
 
** b. Equilibrium versus the Invisible Hand, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 12, n°2, pp227-243
 
** c. Veterans Interests and the Transition to Government Growth: 1870-1915, Public Choice, 99, n°3-4 (June), pp311-326
 
** c. Veterans Interests and the Transition to Government Growth: 1870-1915, Public Choice, 99, n°3-4 (June), pp311-326
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** f. avec Steven B. Caudill, Specification Search and Levels of Significance in Econometric Models, Eastern Economic Journal, Vol 25, no. 3 (Summer, pp289-300
 
** f. avec Steven B. Caudill, Specification Search and Levels of Significance in Econometric Models, Eastern Economic Journal, Vol 25, no. 3 (Summer, pp289-300
 
** g. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], Economic Freedom and the Environment for Economic Growth, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Vol 155, no. 4 (December, pp643-663
 
** g. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], Economic Freedom and the Environment for Economic Growth, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Vol 155, no. 4 (December, pp643-663
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=== De 2000 à 2009 ===
  
 
* [[2000]],  
 
* [[2000]],  
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** a. avec [[Russell S. Sobel]], The Unanimous Voting Rule is Not the Political Equivalent to Market Exchange, Public Choice 106, n°3-4, March, pp233-242
 
** a. avec [[Russell S. Sobel]], The Unanimous Voting Rule is Not the Political Equivalent to Market Exchange, Public Choice 106, n°3-4, March, pp233-242
 
** b. avec Donald J. Lacombe, The Growth of Local Government in the United States from 1820 to 1870, Journal of Economic History, 61, n°1, March, pp184-189
 
** b. avec Donald J. Lacombe, The Growth of Local Government in the United States from 1820 to 1870, Journal of Economic History, 61, n°1, March, pp184-189
** c. Public Choice and Public Finance, Ch 19 In: [[William F. Shughart]] II et Laura Razzolini, Dir., The Elgar Companion to Public Choice. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp396-421
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** c. "Public Choice and Public Finance", In: [[William F. Shughart]] II et Laura Razzolini, dir., The Elgar Companion to Public Choice. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, Ch 19, pp396-421
 
** d. avec Samuel R. Staley, Smarter Growth: Market-Based Strategies for Land Use Planning in the 21st Century, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press
 
** d. avec Samuel R. Staley, Smarter Growth: Market-Based Strategies for Land Use Planning in the 21st Century, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press
 
** e. The Two Contributions of Garrison’s Time and Money, [[Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], Vol 4, n°3, Fall, pp45-50
 
** e. The Two Contributions of Garrison’s Time and Money, [[Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], Vol 4, n°3, Fall, pp45-50
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** c. Political Entrepreneurship and the Democratic Allocation of Economic Resources, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 15, nos. 2/3, June, pp143-159
 
** c. Political Entrepreneurship and the Democratic Allocation of Economic Resources, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 15, nos. 2/3, June, pp143-159
 
** d. The Ramsey Rule Reconsidered, Public Finance Review, Vol 30, no. 6 (November, pp562-578
 
** d. The Ramsey Rule Reconsidered, Public Finance Review, Vol 30, no. 6 (November, pp562-578
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** e. avec [[Donald Boudreaux]], Contractual Governments in Theory and Practice, In: [[David Beito]], [[Peter Gordon]] et [[Alexander Tabarrok]], dir., ''The Voluntary City: Choice, Community, and Civil Society'', Ch 12, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor
  
 
* [[2003]],  
 
* [[2003]],  
** a. Progress and Entrepreneurship, [[Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], Vol 6, n°3, pp3-26
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** a. "Progress and Entrepreneurship", [[Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], Vol 6, n°3, pp3-26
 
*** Repris en [[2004]], In: The ICFAI Journal of Entrepreneurship Development, Vol 1, no. 3 (September, pp10-28
 
*** Repris en [[2004]], In: The ICFAI Journal of Entrepreneurship Development, Vol 1, no. 3 (September, pp10-28
** b. The Origins of Entrepreneurial Opportunities, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 16, n° 1, pp25-43
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** b. "The Origins of Entrepreneurial Opportunities", [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 16, n° 1, pp25-43
** c. Information, Entrepreneurship and Economic Progress, Advances in Austrian Economics 6 (Austrian Economics and Entrepreneurial Studies), pp173-195
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*** repris en [[2012]], In: [[Dean A. Shepherd]] et Denis A. Grégoire, dir., "Entrepreneurial Opportunity", Edward Elgar
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** c. "Information, Entrepreneurship and Economic Progress", Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol 6 (Austrian Economics and Entrepreneurial Studies), pp173-195
 
** d. Taxing Services, Florida State University Law Review, Vol 30, no. 3 (Spring, pp467-475
 
** d. Taxing Services, Florida State University Law Review, Vol 30, no. 3 (Spring, pp467-475
 
** e. The Size and Significance of the Pareto Set in Spatial Voting Models, Public Choice 116, nos. 1-2 (July, pp19-29
 
** e. The Size and Significance of the Pareto Set in Spatial Voting Models, Public Choice 116, nos. 1-2 (July, pp19-29
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*** Repris en [[2006]], In: [[Edward P. Stringham]], Dir., Anarchy and the Law. The Political Economy of Choice, Ch 22, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar  
 
*** Repris en [[2006]], In: [[Edward P. Stringham]], Dir., Anarchy and the Law. The Political Economy of Choice, Ch 22, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar  
 
** b. The New Urbanism Versus the Market Process, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 17, nos. 2-3 (June, pp285-300
 
** b. The New Urbanism Versus the Market Process, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 17, nos. 2-3 (June, pp285-300
** c. avec Donald J. Lacombe, The Effect of State Income Taxation on Per Capita Income Growth, Public Finance Review, Vol 32, no. 3 (May, pp292-312
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** c. avec Donald J. Lacombe, "The Effect of State Income Taxation on Per Capita Income Growth", Public Finance Review, Vol 32, n°3, May, pp292-312
 
** d. avec Donald J. Lacombe, Using Matched Border Counties for Policy Analysis: The Effects of Entitlement Programs on Female-Headed Households and Female Labor Force Participation, Eastern Economic Journal 30, no. 3 (Summer, pp399-413
 
** d. avec Donald J. Lacombe, Using Matched Border Counties for Policy Analysis: The Effects of Entitlement Programs on Female-Headed Households and Female Labor Force Participation, Eastern Economic Journal 30, no. 3 (Summer, pp399-413
 
** e. National Income Accounting and Public Policy, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 17, no. 4, pp387-405
 
** e. National Income Accounting and Public Policy, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 17, no. 4, pp387-405
 
** f. avec Donald J. Lacombe, Factors Underlying the Growth of Local Government in the 19th Century United States, Public Choice 120, nos. 3-4(September, pp359-377
 
** f. avec Donald J. Lacombe, Factors Underlying the Growth of Local Government in the 19th Century United States, Public Choice 120, nos. 3-4(September, pp359-377
** g. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], Economic Freedom, Institutional Quality, and Cross-Country Differences in Income and Growth, Cato Journal 24, no. 3 (Fall, pp205-233
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** g. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], "Economic Freedom, Institutional Quality, and Cross-Country Differences in Income and Growth", [[Cato Journal]], Vol 24, n°3, Fall, pp205-233
 
** h. Echoes of Henry George in Modern Analysis: A Comment on Three Applications, American Journal of Economics and Sociology 63, no. 5 (November, pp1131-1138
 
** h. Echoes of Henry George in Modern Analysis: A Comment on Three Applications, American Journal of Economics and Sociology 63, no. 5 (November, pp1131-1138
 
** i. The National Research Council Ranking of Research Universities: Its Impact on Research in Economics, Econ Journal Watch 1, no. 3 (December, pp498-514
 
** i. The National Research Council Ranking of Research Universities: Its Impact on Research in Economics, Econ Journal Watch 1, no. 3 (December, pp498-514
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** c. Government Growth in the Twenty-First Century, Public Choice 124, nos. 1-2 (July, pp95-114
 
** c. Government Growth in the Twenty-First Century, Public Choice 124, nos. 1-2 (July, pp95-114
 
** d. avec Lutfi Erden, The Effects of Public Investment on Private Investment in Developing Countries, Public Finance Review 33, no. 5, September, pp575-602
 
** d. avec Lutfi Erden, The Effects of Public Investment on Private Investment in Developing Countries, Public Finance Review 33, no. 5, September, pp575-602
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** e. [http://www.independent.org/publications/tir/article.asp?a=513 Commentaire du livre de] Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, Alastair Smith, Randolph M. Siverson, James D. Morrow, "The Logic of Political Survival", [[The Independent Review]], Vol 9, n°3, winter
  
 
* [[2006]],  
 
* [[2006]],  
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** b. Does the Invisible Hand Hold or Lead? Market Adjustment in an Entrepreneurial Economy, Review of Austrian Economics, Vol. 19 No. 2 (June) pp. 189-201
 
** b. Does the Invisible Hand Hold or Lead? Market Adjustment in an Entrepreneurial Economy, Review of Austrian Economics, Vol. 19 No. 2 (June) pp. 189-201
 
** c. avec Lutfi Erden, The Linkage Between Public and Private Investment: A Co-integration Analysis of a Panel of in Developing Countries, Eastern Economic Journal 32, no. 3 (Summer, pp479-492
 
** c. avec Lutfi Erden, The Linkage Between Public and Private Investment: A Co-integration Analysis of a Panel of in Developing Countries, Eastern Economic Journal 32, no. 3 (Summer, pp479-492
** d. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], Institutions and the Impact of Investment on Growth, Kyklos 59, no. 2, pp255-273
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** d. avec [[James D. Gwartney]] et [[Robert Lawson]], "Institutions and the Impact of Investment on Growth", Kyklos, vol 59, n°2, pp255-273
 
** e. Does the Invisible Hand Hold or Lead? Market Adjustment in an Entrepreneurial Economy, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], vol 19, nos. 2-3 (June, pp189-201
 
** e. Does the Invisible Hand Hold or Lead? Market Adjustment in an Entrepreneurial Economy, [[Review of Austrian Economics]], vol 19, nos. 2-3 (June, pp189-201
 
** f. Should We Have Acted 30 Years Ago To Prevent Global Climate Change?, Independent Review 11, no. 2 (Fall, pp283-288
 
** f. Should We Have Acted 30 Years Ago To Prevent Global Climate Change?, Independent Review 11, no. 2 (Fall, pp283-288
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** b. [http://www.mises.org/journals/jls/21_1/21_1_3.pdf Is Government really inevitable ?], Journal of Libertarien Studies, vol 21, n°1, spring, pp41–44
 
** b. [http://www.mises.org/journals/jls/21_1/21_1_3.pdf Is Government really inevitable ?], Journal of Libertarien Studies, vol 21, n°1, spring, pp41–44
  
* [[2008]], Les fondations comportementales de l'analyse économique autrichienne, Revue Française d'économie, Avril, Vol 22, pp19-44
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* [[2008]],  
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** a. Les fondations comportementales de l'analyse économique autrichienne, Revue Française d'économie, Avril, Vol 22, pp19-44
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** b. Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth, In: [[Benjamin Powell]], dir., Making Poor Nations Rich: Entrepreneurship and the Process of Economic Development. Stanford: Stanford Economics and Finance and the Independent Institute
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** c. "Advancing Economic Analysis Beyond the Equilibrium Framework", [[Review of Austrian Economics]], 21(4), pp225–249
  
 
* [[2009]],  
 
* [[2009]],  
 
** a. [http://www.thefreemanonline.org/featured/transforming-america-the-bush-obama-stimulus-programs/ Transforming America: The Bush-Obama Stimulus Programs], [[The Freeman]], Septembre, Vol 59, n°7
 
** a. [http://www.thefreemanonline.org/featured/transforming-america-the-bush-obama-stimulus-programs/ Transforming America: The Bush-Obama Stimulus Programs], [[The Freeman]], Septembre, Vol 59, n°7
 
** b. Advancing economic analysis beyond the equilibrium framework, [[The Review of Austrian Economics]], 21:4, pp225-249
 
** b. Advancing economic analysis beyond the equilibrium framework, [[The Review of Austrian Economics]], 21:4, pp225-249
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** c. avec [[Benjamin Powell]], dir., "Housing America: Building Out of a Crisis", Somerset, NJ: Transaction Publishers
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** d. avec [[Benjamin Powell]], "Introduction: Is there a Housing Crisis?", In: [[Randall Holcombe]] et [[Benjamin Powell]], dir., "Housing America: Building Out of a Crisis", Somerset, NJ: Transaction Publishers
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** e. "Principles and politics: Like oil and water", [[The Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 22, n°2, June, pp151-157
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** f. "Eminent Domain", In: [[Randall Holcombe]] et [[Benjamin Powell]], dir., "Housing America: Building Out of a Crisis", Somerset, NJ: Transaction Publishers
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** g. "Product Differentiation and Economic Progress", [[Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], 12 (1), pp17-35
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=== À partir de 2010 ===
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* [[2011]],
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** a. [http://www.beloit.edu/upton/assets/Entire.book.pdf#141 "Are Current Economic Activities Undermining Future Prosperity?"], In: [[Emily Chamlee-Wright]], dir., [http://www.beloit.edu/upton/assets/Entire.book.pdf "The Annual Proceedings of the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations, 2010-2011"], Vol 3, Beloit College Press, ISBN 978-0-578-02883-5, pp141-157
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** b. "Cultivating Creativity: Market Creation of Agglomeration Economies", In: [[David E. Andersson]], Åke E. Andersson et Charlotta Mellander, dir., "Handbook of Creative Cities", Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
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* [[2013]], "Producing Prosperity: An Inquiry into the Operation of the Market Process", New York and London: Routledge
  
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* [[2014]],
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** a. "The Rise and Fall of Growth Management in Florida", In: [[David E. Andersson]] et [[Stefano Moroni]], dir., "Cities And Private Planning. Property Rights, Entrepreneurship and Transaction Costs", Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
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** b. "Improving Spontaneous Orders", In: [[Guinevere L. Nell]], dir., "Austrian Theory and Economic Organization: Reaching Beyond Free Market Boundaries", New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp9-28
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** c. "Advanced Introduction to The Austrian School of Economics", Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
  
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* [[2015]], "Public Choice and Austrian Economics", In: [[Peter Boettke]] et [[Christopher Coyne]], dir., "The Oxford Handbook in Austrian Economics", Oxford University Press, pp491-507
  
 
== Littérature secondaire ==
 
== Littérature secondaire ==
  
* [[2008]], Joshua C. Hall, commentaire du livre de [[Randall G. Holcombe]], Entrepreneurship and economic progress, [[The Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 21, n°2-3, septembre, pp219-222
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* [[1995]], Jane M. Orient M.D., [http://www.thefreemanonline.org/departments/book-review-public-policy-and-the-quality-of-life-market-incentives-versus-government-planning-by-randall-g-holcombe/ commentaire du livre de] [[Randall Holcombe]], "Public Policy and the Quality of Life: Market Incentives versus Government Planning", [[The Freeman]], December, Vol 45, n°12
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* [[1999]], [[Frank Shostak]], [http://www.univpgri-palembang.ac.id/perpus-fkip/Perpustakaan/Libertarian%20Study/Jurnal%20Austrian%20Economic/qjae2_2_6.pdf "Economic growth and its causes: comment on Holcombe"], [[The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics]], vol 2, n°2, Summer, pp67–71
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* [[2008]], [[Joshua C. Hall]], commentaire du livre de [[Randall Holcombe]], Entrepreneurship and economic progress, [[The Review of Austrian Economics]], Vol 21, n°2-3, septembre, pp219-222
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* [[2011]], Miguel Duranti, [http://www.eseade.edu.ar/files/riim/RIIM_54/54_5_duranti.pdf "RANDALL HOLCOMBE Y LA ÚLTIMA LÍNEA DE DEFENSA DEL ESTADO MÍNIMO"], RIIM: Revista de Instituciones, Ideas y Mercados, n+54, Mai, pp53-67
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* [[2013]], Benjamin J. VanMetre, commentaire du livre de Randall Holcombe, "Entrepreneurship and Economic Progress", Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, Vol 2, n°2, pp203-205
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Version actuelle datée du 18 août 2020 à 07:24

Randall Holcombe
Économiste

Dates (1950 -
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Tendance Anarcho-capitaliste
Origine États-Unis États-Unis
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Randall G. Holcombe, né en 1950, est un économiste américain qui unit les recherches de l'école du Public Choice et de l'école autrichienne d'économie.

L'entrepreneur est le moteur de la croissance de l'économie

Dans la théorie de Randall Holcombe, en 1998, l’entrepreneur est le moteur de la croissance économique. Lorsque l'entrepreneuriat est considéré comme le moteur de la croissance, l'accent est mis sur la création d'un environnement dans lequel des opportunités d'activité entrepreneuriale sont créées/ Alors l'entrepreneuriat réussi est récompensé. Lorsque le rôle clé de l'esprit d'entreprise est pris en compte, il est évident que l'accent doit être mis sur les institutions du marché plutôt que sur les inputs (intrants) de la fonction de production.

Il a mis en exergue l'effet de « déversement » de l'entrepreneuriat. Quand les entrepreneurs exploitent des opportunités de profit, ils créent simultanément de nouvelles opportunités entrepreneuriales pour d'autres exploitations de profit. Le processus entrepreneurial est tributaire d'une structure incitative qui encourage l'aspect entrepreneurial de l'action humaine. En outre, la dimension entrepreneuriale de l'action humaine est, en un sens, autonome, car elle crée un environnement de nouvelles découvertes.

Randy Holcombe soutient que l'entrepreneur innovant ne peut pas s'empêcher d'agir en tant que leader vis à vis d'autres entrepreneurs potentiels, y compris ses concurrents potentiels. Les individus entrepreneurs sont attentifs aux opportunités créés par l'exemple entrepreneurial d'un ou de plusieurs autres individus ou organisations. Aussi, les autres entrepreneurs peuvent reconnaître les erreurs ou les insuffisances dans son modèle économique (prévision de bénéfices réalisés par l'entrepreneur) ou de la possibilité de l'appliquer dans un autre secteur d'activité. Par exemple, le succès de McDonald a donné lieu à l'apparition de Burger King, de Taco Bell ou de Quick en France. A chaque fois qu'un entrepreneur saisit une nouvelle opportunité, une opportunité pour de nouveaux marchés est créée. Quand un entrepreneur occupe une niche de marché, des ressources sont mobilisées, et aussi l'opportunité de créer des produits ou des services complémentaires, en conséquence. Ainsi, l'entrepreneur est un "équilibreur" au sein de son marché et, simultanément, un catalyseur d'activités pour l'économie dans son ensemble. Richard Holcombe (1998a, 1999a) explique la croissance comme une combinaison de mouvements adaptatifs et perturbateurs par respectivement, des entrepreneurs Kirzneriens et Schumpeteriens. Il reprend la théorie de la croissance d'Israel Kirzner et l'étend dans le contexte d'une croissance à long terme. La croissance devient un processus auto-renforcé où les découvertes entrepreneuriales créent de nouvelles opportunités. Une découverte entrepreneuriale incite le dynamisme de l'économie en modifiant l'environnement pour les autres entrepreneurs. Dans une autre élaboration, Richard Holcombe (2003a, 2003c) souligne le rôle important du cadre institutionnel dans l'incitation des individus à rechercher de manière délibérée les opportunités.

Publications

De 1977 à 1989

  • 1977,
    • a. The Florida System: A Bowen Equilibrium Referendum Process, National Tax Journal 30, No. 1 (March), pp77-84
    • b. A Method for Estimating the GNP Loss from a Future Oil Embargo, Policy Sciences 8, pp217-234
    • c. avec John Metcalf, The Appeal of the Minimum Wage Laws: A Dynamic Analysis, Public Choice 29 (Spring), pp. 139-141
    • d. avec Mark Crain, T. Deaton et Robert D. Tollison, Rational Choice and the Taxation of Sin, Journal of Public Economics, 8, pp239-245
    • e. Taxation and Energy Policy, Oil and Gas Tax Quarterly, 26, No. 2 (December, pp224-233
  • 1978,
    • a. avec Edward Price, Optimality and the Institutional Structure of Bureaucracy, Public Choice 33, No. 1 (Spring), pp55-59
    • b. The Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Oil and Gas Tax Quarterly 26, No. 4 (June), pp. 457-465
    • c. The Continuing Social Contract, Social Science 53, No. 4 (Autumn), pp. 211-216
    • d. Public Choice and Public Spending, National Tax Journal 26, No. 4 (December), pp. 373-383
  • 1979,
    • a. The Politics and Economics of Energy Policy, Oil and Gas Tax Quarterly 27, No. 3 (March), pp. 337-346
    • b. avec Mark Crain et Robert D. Tollison, Monopoly Aspects of Political Parties, Atlantic Economic Journal 7, No. 2 (July), pp54-58
    • c. An Evaluation of Some Microeconomic Consequences of a Future Oil Embargo, Policy Sciences 10, pp. 207-220
    • d. avec Robert D. Tollison, Lindahl Pricing of the Law, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali 26, No. 11 (November, pp. 1044-1054
  • 1980,
    • a. avec Paul C. Taylor, Tax Referenda and the Voluntary Exchange Model of Taxation, Public Finance Quarterly 8, No. 1 (January), pp. 107-114
    • b. avec Roger E. Meiners, The Use of Economic Analysis in Law, The Alabama Lawyer 41, No. 2 (April), pp. 222-225
    • c; An Empirical Test of the Median Voter Model, Economic Inquiry 18, No. 2 (April), pp. 260-274
    • d. Concepts of Public Sector Equilibrium, The National Tax Journal 33, No. 1 (March), pp. 77-88
    • e. avec Richard S. Higgins, The Effect of Futures Trading on Price Variability in the Market For Onions, Atlantic Economic Journal 8, No. 2 (July) pp44-52
    • f. avec Roger E. Meiners, Corrective Taxes and Auctions of Rights in the Control of Externalities, Public Finance Quarterly 8, No. 3 (July), pp345-349
    • g. A Contractarian Model of the Decline in Classical Liberalism, Public Choice 35, No. 3, pp277-286
    • h. avec Asghar Zardkoohi, Public Investment in a Democracy, Southern Economic Journal 47, No. 1 (July), pp. 210-217
    • i. Causes of the Energy Crisis, Oil and Gas Tax Quarterly 29, No. 1 (September), pp. 139-150
  • 1981,
    • a. The Strategic Petroleum Reserve: An Economic Perspective, The Military Engineer 73, No. 472 (March-April), pp. 89-92
    • b. avec Charles I. Tiplitz, An Estimation of the Lag Structure of the Economic Impact of an Oil Embargo, Policy Sciences 13, pp183-193
    • c. avec Edwin L. Stecher, Intra-Industry Adjustment and the Correction of an Externality, Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol 9, N°3, September, pp79-84
    • d. avec John Jackson et Asghar Zardkoohi, The National Debt Controversy, Kyklos 34, Fasc. 2, pp186-202
      • Repris en 1990, In: Samuel Becker et Catherine Elliot, Readings in Public Sector Economics, Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath, pp496-503
    • e. avec Asghar Zardkoohi, The Determinants of Federal Grants, Southern Economic Journal 48, No. 2 (October), pp393-399
    • f. avec Roger E. Meiners, The Contractual Alternative to Patents, International Review of Law and Economics 1, pp227-231
    • g. avec Roger E. Meiners, Corrective Taxes and Auctions of Rights in the Control of Externalities: Reply, Public Finance Quarterly, Vol 9, No. 4 (October), pp479-484
    • h. avec Mark Crain, Thomas H. Deaton et Robert D. Tollison, Rational Choice and the Taxation of Sin: Reply, Journal of Public Economics 16, No. 2 (October), pp261-263
  • 1982,
    • a. avec John Jackson et Asghar Zardkhoohi, The National Debt Controversy: Reply, Kyklos 35, Fasc. 4, pp713-718
    • b. Deficits, Savings, and Capital Formation, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Economic Review 67, No. 8 (August), pp. 38-44
  • 1983,
    • a. Public Finance and the Political Process, Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press
    • b. avec Asghar Zardkoohi, The Determinants of Federal Grants: Reply, Southern Economic Journal 50, No. 1 (July), pp. 275-276
    • c. avec Asghar Zardkoohi, On the Distribution of Federal Taxes and Expenditures, and the New War Between the States, Public Choice 40, pp165-174
    • d. avec Roger E. Meiners, Market Arrangements versus Government Protection of Innovative Activity, Social Science Review, Vol 5, No. 1 (Fall), pp. 1-19
    • e. Applied Fairness Theory: Comment, American Economic Review 73, No. 5 (December), pp. 1153-1156
    • f. avec Asghar Zardkoohi, The Effect of Macroeconomic Variables on State and Local Government Expenditures, Atlantic Economic Journal 11, No. 4 (December), pp. 34-41
  • 1984,
    • a. avec Lora P. Holcombe, The Return to the Federal Government from Investment in Higher Education, Public Finance Quarterly, Vol 12, No. 3 (July), pp. 365-371
    • b. Is Legislation a Public Good?, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali, Vol 31, No. 6, pp524-536
    • c. avec Richard P. Saba, The Effects of Heterogeneous Expectations on the Capital Structure of the Firm, Southern Economic Journal, Vol 51, No. 2 (October), pp. 356-368
  • 1985,
    • a. An Economic Analysis of Democracy, Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press
    • b. avec Steven B. Caudill, Tax Shares and Government Spending in a Median Voter Model, Public Choice 46, No. 2, pp197-205
    • c. New Evidence for Flat Tax Reform, Cato Journal 5, No. 2 (Fall), pp. 591-596
  • 1986,
    • a. An Economic Analysis of Democracy. Carbondale: Illinois University Press
    • b. Non-Optimal Unanimous Agreement, Public Choice 48, No. 3, pp229-244
    • c. The Effects of the Tax Structure on the Distribution of Disposable Income, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali 33, No. 6-7 (June-July), pp585-602
    • d. avec Lora P. Holcombe, The Market for Regulation, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Vol 142, No. 4 (December), pp684-696
  • 1987,
    • a. avec M. L. Greenhut et Bruce L. Benson, Interest Groups and the Antitrust Paradox, Cato Journal 6, n°3, Winter, pp801-817
    • b. avec Jürgen Backhaus et Asghar Zardkoohi, Public Investment and its Effects on the Burden of the Public Debt, Southern Economic Journal 54, No. 1 (July), pp. 145-158
    • c. avec Steven B. Caudill, Coefficient Bias due to Specification Search in Econometric Models, Atlantic Economic Journal 15, No. 3 (September), pp. 30-34
  • 1989,
    • a. Economic Models and Methodology, New York: Greenwood Press
    • b. The Median Voter Model in Public Choice Theory, Public Choice 61, No. 2 (May), pp. 115-125
    • c. A Note on Seniority and Political Competition, Public Choice 61, No. 3 (June), pp. 285-288
    • d. avec Donald J. Boudreaux, Government by Contract, Public Finance Quarterly 17, No. 3 (July), pp. 264-280
    • e. Non-Optimal Unanimous Agreement Under Majority Rule: Reply, Public Choice 62, No. 1 (July), pp. 89-92
    • f. avec Juergen Backhaus et Asghar Zardkoohi, Public Investment and the Burden of the Public Debt: Reply, Southern Economic Journal 56, No. 2 (October), pp. 532-534
    • g. avec Donald J. Boudreaux, The Coasian and Knightian Theories of the Firm, Managerial and Decision Economics 10 (June), pp. 147-154
    • h. avec Steven B. Caudill, Taxation and the Redistribution of Income, Atlantic Economic Journal 17, No. 3 (September), pp. 39-42
    • i. avec James D. Gwartney, Political Parties and the Legislative Principal-Agent Relationship, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 145, No. 4 (December), pp. 669-675

De 1990 à 1999

  • 1990,
    • a. The Tax Cost of Privatization, Southern Economic Journal 56, No. 3 (January), pp. 732-742
    • b. Distributional Aspects of Florida's Concurrency Requirement, Florida Policy Review 5, No. 2 (Winter), pp. 8-14
    • c. Growth Management in Florida: Lessons for the National Economy, Cato Journal 10, No. 1 (Spring/Summer), pp. 109-125
    • d. Growth Management and Land Use Planning in Florida," Florida Policy Review 6, No. 1 (Summer), pp. 6-12
    • e. The Value-Added Tax and the Sales Tax, Rivista Internationale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali 37, No. 9 (September), pp799-815
  • 1991,
    • a. Constitutions as Constraints: A Case Study of Three American Constitutions, Constitutional Political Economy, 2, n°3, Fall, pp303-328
    • b. avec Glenn R. Parker, Committees in Legislatures: A Property Rights Perspective, Public Choice 70, pp11-20
    • c. Barriers to Entry and Political Competition, Journal of Theoretical Politics 3, No. 2 (April), pp. 231-240
    • d. Privatization of Municipal Wastewater Treatment, Public Budgeting & Finance 11, No. 3 (Fall), pp28-42
    • e. Constitutions as Constraints: A Case Study of Three American Constitutions, Constitutional Political Economy 2, No. 3 (Fall), pp303-328
  • 1992,
    • a. The Distributive Model of Government: Evidence from the Confederate Constitution, Southern Economic Journal, 58, n°3, January, pp762-769
    • b. avec Henry B. Burdg, A Method for Identifying General Aviation Airports that are Candidates for Runway Extensions: A Planning Model for State Aviation Systems, The Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education & Research 2, No. 2 (Winter), pp. 14-26
    • c. The Distributive Model of Government: Evidence from the Confederate Constitution, Southern Economic Journal 58, No 3 (January), pp762-769
    • d. Revolving Fund Finance: The Case of Wastewater Treatment, Public Budgeting & Finance 12, No. 3 (Fall), pp50-65
  • 1993,
    • a. Are There Ratchets in the Growth of Federal Government Spending?" Public Finance Quarterly 21, No. 1 (January), pp33-47
    • b. The Origin of the Legislature, Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice 11, No. 1, pp3-18
    • c. avec Margaret F. Brinig et Linda Schwartzstein, The Regulation of Lobbyists, Public Choice 77, No. 2 (October), pp. 377-384
    • d. avec Michael D. Stroup, Federal Funding and the Cartelization of State Governments, Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice, Vol 11, Nos. 2/3, pp101-109
  • 1994,
    • a. The Economic Foundations of Government. London: Macmillan Press Ltd et New York University Press
    • b. avec Jeffrey A. Mills, Is Revenue-Neutral Tax Reform Revenue Neutral?, Public Finance Quarterly 22, No. 1 (January), pp65-85
    • c. The Welfare State, Poverty, and Economic Opportunity, Contemporary Philosophy 16, No. 1 (January/February, pp11-14
  • 1995,
    • a. Public Policy and the Quality of Life, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press
    • b. avec Russell S. Sobel, Empirical Evidence on the Publicness of State Legislative Activities, Public Choice 83, n°1-2, April, pp47-58
    • c. avec Russell S. Sobel, The Relative Variability of State Income and Sales Taxes over the Revenue Cycle, Atlantic Economic Journal 23, No. 2 (June), pp97-112
    • d. avec Jeffrey A. Mills, Politics and Deficit Finance, Public Finance Quarterly 23, No. 4 (October), pp448-466
  • 1996,
    • a. Public Finance: Government Revenues and Expenditures in the United States Economy, Minneapolis/St. Paul: West Publishing Company
    • b. avec Russell S. Sobel, The Stability of International Coalitions in United Nations Voting from 1946 to 1973, Public Choice 86, n°1-2, January, pp17-34
    • c. The Role of Fictions in Society, Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice 14, no. 1, pp15-30
    • d. avec Michael D. Stroup, The Role of Federal Funding on the Demand for State and Local Government Spending, Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol 24, No. 2, June, pp131-143
    • e. avec Russell S. Sobel, The Impact of State Rainy Day Funds in Easing State Fiscal Crises During the 1990-91 Recession, Public Budgeting & Finance 16, No. 3 (Fall, pp28-48
    • f. avec Russell S. Sobel, Measuring the Growth and Variability of Tax Bases Over the Business Cycle, National Tax Journal 49, No. 4 (December, pp535-552
    • g. Vibert's Vision: Constitutional Theory in Search of a Constitution, Constitutional Political Economy 7, No. 4, pp281-291
    • h. The Growth of the Federal Government in the 1920s, Cato Journal, 16, No. 2 (Fall, pp175-199
  • 1997,
    • a. avec Russell S. Sobel, Growth and Variability in State Revenue: An Anatomy of State Fiscal Crises, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press
    • b. Absence of Envy Does Not Imply Fairness, Southern Economic Journal 63, No. 3 (January, pp797-802
    • c. A Theory of the Theory of Public Goods, Review of Austrian Economics, Vol 10, No. 1, pp1-22
      • Traduction en espagnol en 1998, Una Teoria Sobre la Teoria de los Bienes Publicos, Libertas 15, no. 29 (October, pp3-31
    • d. avec James D. Gwartney, James D. Gwartney "Economic Freedom and the Environment for Economic Growth", Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 55(4), pp664-663

De 2000 à 2009

  • 2000,
    • a. Writing Off Ideas: Taxation, Foundations, and Philanthropy in America, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction
    • b. avec Russell S. Sobel, Consumption Externalities and Economic Welfare, Eastern Economic Journal 26, no. 2 (Spring, pp157-170
    • c. Public Goods Theory and Public Policy, Journal of Value Inquiry, 34, nos. 2-3 (September, pp273-286
    • d. Absence of Envy Does Not Imply Fairness: Reply, Southern Economic Journal, 67, n°2, October, pp485-487
    • e. The Death Tax Is Fair? It Just Aint So!, The Freeman, Octobre
  • 2001,
    • a. avec Russell S. Sobel, The Unanimous Voting Rule is Not the Political Equivalent to Market Exchange, Public Choice 106, n°3-4, March, pp233-242
    • b. avec Donald J. Lacombe, The Growth of Local Government in the United States from 1820 to 1870, Journal of Economic History, 61, n°1, March, pp184-189
    • c. "Public Choice and Public Finance", In: William F. Shughart II et Laura Razzolini, dir., The Elgar Companion to Public Choice. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, Ch 19, pp396-421
    • d. avec Samuel R. Staley, Smarter Growth: Market-Based Strategies for Land Use Planning in the 21st Century, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press
    • e. The Two Contributions of Garrison’s Time and Money, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol 4, n°3, Fall, pp45-50
    • f. avec Russell S. Sobel, Public Policy Toward Pecuniary Externalities, Public Finance Review 29, no. 4 (July, pp304-325
    • g. Constitutions and Democracy, Economie Publique 7, no. 1, pp43-58
    • h. The Two Contributions of Garrison’s Time and Money, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol 4, no. 3 (Fall, pp45-50
    • i. The Electoral College as a Restraint on American Democracy: Its Evolution from Washington to Jackson, In: John V. Denson, dir., Reassessing the Presidency: The Rise of the Executive State and the Decline of Freedom, Auburn, Ala.: Ludwig von Mises Institute, pp137-168
  • 2002,
    • a. From Liberty to Democracy: The Transformation of American Government, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press
    • b. Liberty and Democracy as Economic Systems, Independent Review 6, no. 3 (Winter, pp407-425
    • c. Political Entrepreneurship and the Democratic Allocation of Economic Resources, Review of Austrian Economics, Vol 15, nos. 2/3, June, pp143-159
    • d. The Ramsey Rule Reconsidered, Public Finance Review, Vol 30, no. 6 (November, pp562-578
    • e. avec Donald Boudreaux, Contractual Governments in Theory and Practice, In: David Beito, Peter Gordon et Alexander Tabarrok, dir., The Voluntary City: Choice, Community, and Civil Society, Ch 12, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor
  • 2003,
    • a. "Progress and Entrepreneurship", Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol 6, n°3, pp3-26
      • Repris en 2004, In: The ICFAI Journal of Entrepreneurship Development, Vol 1, no. 3 (September, pp10-28
    • b. "The Origins of Entrepreneurial Opportunities", Review of Austrian Economics, Vol 16, n° 1, pp25-43
      • repris en 2012, In: Dean A. Shepherd et Denis A. Grégoire, dir., "Entrepreneurial Opportunity", Edward Elgar
    • c. "Information, Entrepreneurship and Economic Progress", Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol 6 (Austrian Economics and Entrepreneurial Studies), pp173-195
    • d. Taxing Services, Florida State University Law Review, Vol 30, no. 3 (Spring, pp467-475
    • e. The Size and Significance of the Pareto Set in Spatial Voting Models, Public Choice 116, nos. 1-2 (July, pp19-29
    • f. Eliminating Scope of Practice and Licensing Laws to Improve Health Care, Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol 31, n°2, Summer, pp236-246
  • 2004,
    • a. Government: unnecessary but inevitable, The Independent Review, VIII (3), Winter, pp. 325-342
      • Repris en 2006, In: Edward P. Stringham, Dir., Anarchy and the Law. The Political Economy of Choice, Ch 22, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
    • b. The New Urbanism Versus the Market Process, Review of Austrian Economics, Vol 17, nos. 2-3 (June, pp285-300
    • c. avec Donald J. Lacombe, "The Effect of State Income Taxation on Per Capita Income Growth", Public Finance Review, Vol 32, n°3, May, pp292-312
    • d. avec Donald J. Lacombe, Using Matched Border Counties for Policy Analysis: The Effects of Entitlement Programs on Female-Headed Households and Female Labor Force Participation, Eastern Economic Journal 30, no. 3 (Summer, pp399-413
    • e. National Income Accounting and Public Policy, Review of Austrian Economics, Vol 17, no. 4, pp387-405
    • f. avec Donald J. Lacombe, Factors Underlying the Growth of Local Government in the 19th Century United States, Public Choice 120, nos. 3-4(September, pp359-377
    • g. avec James D. Gwartney et Robert Lawson, "Economic Freedom, Institutional Quality, and Cross-Country Differences in Income and Growth", Cato Journal, Vol 24, n°3, Fall, pp205-233
    • h. Echoes of Henry George in Modern Analysis: A Comment on Three Applications, American Journal of Economics and Sociology 63, no. 5 (November, pp1131-1138
    • i. The National Research Council Ranking of Research Universities: Its Impact on Research in Economics, Econ Journal Watch 1, no. 3 (December, pp498-514
  • 2005,
    • a. Common Property in Anarcho-Capitalism, Journal of Libertarian Studies, Vol 19, no. 2 (Spring, pp3-26
    • b. Is Government Inevitable? Reply to Leeson and Stringham, The Independent Review 9, no. 4 (Spring, pp551-557
    • c. Government Growth in the Twenty-First Century, Public Choice 124, nos. 1-2 (July, pp95-114
    • d. avec Lutfi Erden, The Effects of Public Investment on Private Investment in Developing Countries, Public Finance Review 33, no. 5, September, pp575-602
    • e. Commentaire du livre de Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, Alastair Smith, Randolph M. Siverson, James D. Morrow, "The Logic of Political Survival", The Independent Review, Vol 9, n°3, winter
  • 2006,
    • a. Public Sector Economics: The Role of Government in the American Economy. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall
    • b. Does the Invisible Hand Hold or Lead? Market Adjustment in an Entrepreneurial Economy, Review of Austrian Economics, Vol. 19 No. 2 (June) pp. 189-201
    • c. avec Lutfi Erden, The Linkage Between Public and Private Investment: A Co-integration Analysis of a Panel of in Developing Countries, Eastern Economic Journal 32, no. 3 (Summer, pp479-492
    • d. avec James D. Gwartney et Robert Lawson, "Institutions and the Impact of Investment on Growth", Kyklos, vol 59, n°2, pp255-273
    • e. Does the Invisible Hand Hold or Lead? Market Adjustment in an Entrepreneurial Economy, Review of Austrian Economics, vol 19, nos. 2-3 (June, pp189-201
    • f. Should We Have Acted 30 Years Ago To Prevent Global Climate Change?, Independent Review 11, no. 2 (Fall, pp283-288
  • 2008,
    • a. Les fondations comportementales de l'analyse économique autrichienne, Revue Française d'économie, Avril, Vol 22, pp19-44
    • b. Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth, In: Benjamin Powell, dir., Making Poor Nations Rich: Entrepreneurship and the Process of Economic Development. Stanford: Stanford Economics and Finance and the Independent Institute
    • c. "Advancing Economic Analysis Beyond the Equilibrium Framework", Review of Austrian Economics, 21(4), pp225–249

À partir de 2010

  • 2013, "Producing Prosperity: An Inquiry into the Operation of the Market Process", New York and London: Routledge
  • 2014,
    • a. "The Rise and Fall of Growth Management in Florida", In: David E. Andersson et Stefano Moroni, dir., "Cities And Private Planning. Property Rights, Entrepreneurship and Transaction Costs", Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
    • b. "Improving Spontaneous Orders", In: Guinevere L. Nell, dir., "Austrian Theory and Economic Organization: Reaching Beyond Free Market Boundaries", New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp9-28
    • c. "Advanced Introduction to The Austrian School of Economics", Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
  • 2015, "Public Choice and Austrian Economics", In: Peter Boettke et Christopher Coyne, dir., "The Oxford Handbook in Austrian Economics", Oxford University Press, pp491-507

Littérature secondaire

  • 1995, Jane M. Orient M.D., commentaire du livre de Randall Holcombe, "Public Policy and the Quality of Life: Market Incentives versus Government Planning", The Freeman, December, Vol 45, n°12
  • 2013, Benjamin J. VanMetre, commentaire du livre de Randall Holcombe, "Entrepreneurship and Economic Progress", Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, Vol 2, n°2, pp203-205
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