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William F. Shughart

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(Redirigé depuis William Franklin Shughart II)
William F. Shughart
économiste

Dates
Tendance école du public Choice
Origine États-Unis États-Unis
Articles internes Liste de tous les articles

Citation
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William Franklin Shughart II est né le 3 décembre 1947 à Harrisburg en Pennsylvanie. C'est un économiste américain de l'école du Public Choice qui s'est intéressé aux politiques Anti-trust.

Bibliographie

  • 1983, avec Robert D. Tollison, Preliminary Evidence on the Use of Inputs by the Federal Reserve System, American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 73(3), pages 291-304, June
  • 1984,
    • a. avec W. Mark Crain et Robert D. Tollison, The convergence of satisficing to marginalism : An empirical test, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Elsevier, vol. 5(3-4), pp375-385
    • b. avec Robert D. Tollison, The Random Character of Merger Activity, RAND Journal of Economics, 15, Winter, pp500–509
  • 1985,
    • a. avec Robert D. Tollison, The Positive Economics of Antitrust Policy: A Survey Article, International Review of Law and Economics, 5, pp39-57
    • b. avec Gary M. Anderson et Robert D. Tollison, “Adam Smith on the Customhouse”, Journal of Political Economy, Vol 93, n°4, August
  • 1988,
    • a. Mwangi S. Kimenyi et Robert D. Tollison, Affirmative action and unemployment, European Journal of Political Economy, Elsevier, vol. 4(4), pp479-490
    • b. A Public Choice Perspective of the Banking Act of 1933", Cato Journal 7 (Winter), pp. 595−613
      • Repris en 1988, In: Catherine England et Thomas Huertas, Dir., The Financial Services Revolution: Policy Directions for the Future. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp87−105
    • c. avec Brian L. Goff et Robert D. Tollison, Disqualification by Decree: Amateur Rules as Barriers to Entry, Journal of institutional and Theoretical Economics, 144, n°3, pp515—23
  • 1989, avec Donald J. Boudreaux, “The Effects of Monetary Instability on the Extent of Vertical Integration”, Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol 17, n° 3, June, pp1-10
  • 1991, avec Robert D. Tollison, The Employment Consequences of Antitrust Enforcement, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 147, pp38–52
  • 1992, avec William F. Chappell, Market Structure, Sales to Government, and the Theory of Oligopoly, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 19, pp69-81
  • 1993,
    • a. avec James F. Couch, A. L. Williams, "Private School Enrollment and Public School Performance", Public Choice, Vol 76, pp301-312
    • b. avec B. J. Das, W. F. Chappell, "Demand fluctuations and firm heterogeneity", Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol 41, pp51–60
  • 1994, avec Fred S. McChesney, dir., The Causes and Consequences of Antitrust: The Public-Choice Perspective, University of Chicago Press
  • 1995, Public-Choice Theory and Antitrust Policy, In: Fred S. McChesney et William F. Shughart II, Dir., The Causes and Consequences of Antitrust. The Public-Choice Perspective, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, s. 7–32
  • 1996, Monopoly and the Problem of the Economists, Managerial and Decision Economics 17, 217–230
  • 1997, Dir., Taxing Choice: The Predatory Politics of Fiscal Discrimination. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers
  • 2001, avec M. Young et M. Reksulak, The Political Economy of the IRS, Economics and Politics 13, pp201-220
  • 2004,
    • a. avec Fred S. McChesney II et David D. Haddock, “On the Internal Contradictions of the Law of One Price”, Economic Inquiry, Vol 42, n°4, October, pp706–716
    • b. "Bending before the Storm: The U.S. Supreme Court in Economic Crisis, 1935–1937", The Independent Review, vol 9, n°1, summer, pp55–83
  • 2006, Katrinanomics: The politics and economics of disaster relief, Public Choice, Springer, vol. 127(1), pages 31-53, April
  • 2010, "Cost Inflation in Intercollegiate Athletics: And Some Modest Proposals for Controlling It", In: Joshua C. Hall, dir., "Doing More With Less: Making Colleges Work Better", New York: Springer, pp71–94
  • 2015,
    • a. avec Diana W. Thomas, "What Did Economists Do? Euvoluntary, voluntary, and Coercive Institutions for Collective Action", Southern Economic Journal, 80(4), pp926-937
    • b. avec Diana W. Thomas, "Intellectual Property Rights, Public Choice, Networks, and the New Age of Informal IP Regimes", Supreme Court Economic Review, Vol 23, n°1
  • 2017, avec Adam Hoffer, Rejeana Gvillo, Michael Thomas, "Income-expenditure elasticities of less-healthy consumption goods", Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, Vol 6, n°1, pp127-148

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