Bryan Caplan – Mit racjonalnego wyborcy. Bibliografia

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Lista obcojęzycznych pozycji bibliograficznych:

Abramson, Paul, John Aldrich, and David Rohde. 2002. Change and Continuity in the 2000 Elections. Washington, DC: CQ Press.

Achen, Christopher, and Larry Bartels. 2004. “Musical Chairs: Pocketbook Voting and the Limits of Democratic Accountability”. URL http://www.princeton.edu/~bartels/chairs.pdf.

Ainslie, George. 1992. Piconomics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Akerlof, George. 1970. “TheMarket for ‘Lemons’: Quality Uncertainty and the Market Mechanism”. Quarterly Journal of Economics 84(3): 488–500.

———. 1989. “The Economics of Illusion”. Economics and Politics 1(1): 1–15.

Akerlof, George, and William Dickens. 1982. “The Economic Consequences of Cognitive Dissorance”. American Economic Review 72(3): 307–19.

———. 1984. “The Economic Consequences of Cognitive Dissonance”. In George Akerlof. An Economic Theorist’s Book of Tales. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 123–44.

Akerlof, George, and Janet Yellen. 1985. “Can Small Deviations from Rationality Make Significant Differences to Economic Equilibria?” American Economic Review 75(4): 708–20.

Alesina, Alberto, and Alex Cukierman. 1990. “The Politics of Ambiguity”. Quarterly Journal of Economics 105(4): 829–50.

Alesina, Alberto, and Howard Rosenthal. 1994. Partisan Politics, Divided Government, and the Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Alston, Richard, J. R. Kearl, and Michael Vaughan. 1992. “Is There a Consensus Among Economists in the 1990’s?” American Economic Review 82(2): 203–9.

Althaus, Scott. 1996. “Opinion Polls, Information Effects, and Political Equality: Exploring Ideological Biases in Collective Opinion”. Political Communication 13(1): 3–21.

———.1998. “Information Effects in Collective Preferences”. American Political Science Review 92(2): 545–58.

———. 2003. Collective Preferences in Democratic Politics: Opinion Surveys and the Will of the People. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Amer,Mildred. 1998. “Membership of the 105th Congress: A Profile”. Government Division. Order No. 97–37 GOV, July 17.

Anderson, Gary, and Robert Tollison. 1988. “Legislative Monopoly and the Size of Government”. Southern Economic Journal 54(3): 529–45.

Andrews, Robert, ed. 1993. The Columbia Dictionary of Quotations. New York: Columbia University Press.

Ansolabehere, Stephen, John de Figueiredo, and James Snyder. 2002. “Why Is There So Little Money in U.S. Politics?” NBER Working Paper No. 9409.

Arendt, Hannah. 1973. The Origins of Totalitarianism. New York: Harcourt,

Aristotle. 1941. The Basics Works of Aristotle. Ed. Richard McKeon. New York: Random House.

Aumann, Robert. 1976. “Agreeing to Disagree”. Annals of Statistics 4(6): 1236–39.

Austen-Smith, David. 1991. “Rational Consumers and Irrational Voters: A Review Essay on Black Hole Tariffs and Endogenous Policy Theory”. Economics and Politics 3(1): 73–92.

Austen-Smith, David, and Jeffrey Banks. 1996. “Information Aggregation, Rationality, and the Condorcet Jury Theorem”. American Political Science Review 90(1): 34–45.

Babcock, Linda, and George Loewenstein. 1997. “Explaining Bargaining Impasse: The Role of Self-Serving Biases”. Journal of Economic Perspectives 11(1): 109–26.

Banks, Jeffrey, and Barry Weingast. 1992. “The Political Control of Bureaucracies under Asymmetric Information”. American Journal of Political Science 36(2): 509–24.

Barber, Benjamin. 1993. “Reductionist Political Science and Democracy”. In George Marcus and Russell Hanson, eds., Reconsidering the Democratic Public. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press: 65–72.

Bardhan, Pranab. 1999. “Democracy and Development: A Complex Relationship”. In Ian Shapiro and Casiano Hacker-Cordo´n, eds., Democracy’s Value. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 93–111.

Barkow, Jerome, Leda Cosmides, and John Tooby, eds. 1992. The Adapted Mind. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bartels, Larry. 1996. “Uninformed Voters: Information Effects in Presidential Elections”. American Journal of Political Science 40(1): 194–230.

———. 2000. “Partisanship and Voting Behavior, 1952–1996”. American Journal of Political Science 44(1): 35–50.

———. 2004. “Homer Gets a Tax Cut: Inequality and Public Policy in the American Mind”. URL http://www.princeton.edu/~bartels/homer.pdf.

Becker, Gary. 1958. “Competition and Democracy”. Journal of Law and Economics 1: 105–9.

———. 1968. “Crime and Punishment: An Economic Approach”. Journal of Political Economy 76(2): 169–217.

———. 1971. The Economics of Discrimination. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

———. 1976a. The Economic Approach to Human Behavior. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

———. 1976b. “Toward a More General Theory of Regulation: Comment”. Journal of Law and Economics 19(2): 245–48.

———. 1983. “A Theory of Competition Among Pressure Groups for Political Influence”. Quarterly Journal of Economics 98(3): 371–400.

———. 1985. “Public Policies, Pressure Groups, and Dead Weight Costs”. Journal of Public Economics 28(3): 329–47.

Becker, Jasper. 1996. Hungry Ghosts: Mao’s Secret Famine. New York: Free Press.

Bell, Graham. 1997. Selection: The Mechanism of Evolution. New York: Chapman and Hall.

Bender, Bruce, and John Lott. 1996. “Legislator Voting and Shirking: A Critical Review of the Literature”. Public Choice 87(1–2): 67–100.

Benjamin, Daniel, and Jesse Shapiro. 2005. “Does Cognitive Ability Reduce Psychological Bias?” URL http://home.uchicago.edu/~jmshapir/iq022605.pdf.

Bennett, Stephen. 1996. “ ‘Know-Nothings’ Revisited Again”. Political Behavior 18(3): 219–33.

Bernstein, Robert. 1989. Elections, Representation, and Congressional Voting Behavior: The Myth of Constituency Control. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Bertrand, Marianne, and Sendhil Mullainathan. 2001. “Do People Mean What They Say? Implications for Subjective Survey Data”. American Economic Review 91(2): 67–72.

Besley, Timothy, and Anne Case. 2003. “Political Institutions and Policy Choices: Evidence from the United States”. Journal of Economic Literature 41(1): 7–73.

Besley, Timothy, and Stephen Coate. 2000. “Issue Unbundling Via Citizens’ Initiatives”. NBER Working Paper No. 8036.

Blaug, Mark. 2001. “No History of Ideas, Please, We’re Economists”. Journal of Economic Perspectives 15(1): 145–64.

Blendon, Robert, John Benson, Mollyann Brodie, Richard Morin, Drew Altman, Daniel Gitterman, Mario Brossard, and Matt James. 1997. “Bridging the Gap Between the Public’s and Economists’ Views of the Economy”. Journal of Economic Perspectives 11(3): 105–88.

Blinder, Alan. 1987. Hard Heads, Soft Hearts: Tough-Minded Economics for a Just Society. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Blinder, Alan, and Alan Krueger. 2004. “What Does the Public Know about Economic Policy, and How Does It Know It?” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 1: 327–87.

Borjas, George. 1994. “The Economics of Immigration”. Journal of Economic Literature 32(4): 1667–1717.

Bork, Robert. 1990. The Tempting of America. New York: Free Press.

Boublil, Alain, Herbert Kretzmer, and Jean-Marc Natel. 1990. Les Miserables: The Complete Symphonic Recording. N.P.: Alain Boublil Music.

Boudreaux, Donald. 1996. “Was Your High-School Civics Teacher Right After All? Donald Wittman’s The Myth of Democratic Failure”. Independent Review 1(1): 111–28.

Boulier, Bryan, and Robert Goldfarb. 1998. “On the Use and Nonuse of Surveys in Economics”. Journal of Economic Methodology 5(1): 1–21.

Brainy Quote. 2005a. “Bertrand Russell Quotes”.
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———. 2005b. “H. L. Mencken Quotes”. URL http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/h/h_l_mencken.html.

Brennan, Geoffrey, and James Buchanan. 1980. The Power to Tax: Analytical Foundations of a Fiscal Constitution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brennan, Geoffrey, and Loren Lomasky. 1989. “Large Numbers, Small Costs: The Uneasy Foundations of Democratic Rule”. In Geoffrey Brennan and Loren Lomasky, eds., Politics and Process: New Essays in Democratic Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 42–59.

———. 1993. Democracy and Decision: The Pure Theory of Electoral Preference. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Breton, Albert, and Ronald Wintrobe. 1982. The Logic of Bureaucratic Conduct: An Economic Analysis of Competition, Exchange, and Efficiency in Private and Public Organizations. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Brossard, Mario, and Steven Pearlstein. 1996. “Great Divide: Economists vs. Public: Data and Daily Life Tell Different Stories”. Washington Post, October 15, A1.

Buchanan, James, and Robert Tollison, eds. 1984. The Theory of Public Choice II. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Buchanan, Patrick. 1998. The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and Social Justice are Being Sacrificed to the Gods of the Global Economy. Boston: Little, Brown.

Bureau of Economic Analysis. 2005. “Foreign Direct Investment in the U.S”.
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Burgoon, Brian, and Michael Hiscox. 2006. “The Mysterious Case of Female Protectionism: Gender Bias in Attitudes Toward International Trade”.
URLhttp://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~hiscox/FemaleProtectionism.pdf.

Burstein, Paul. 2003. “The Impact of Public Opinion on Public Policy: A Review and an Agenda”. Political Research Quarterly 56(1): 29–40.

Camerer, Colin. 1987. “Do Biases in Probability Judgment Matter in Markets? Experimental Evidence”. American Economic Review 77(5): 981–97.

———. 1995. “Individual Decision Making”. In John Kagel and Alvin Roth, eds., The Handbook of Experimental Economics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press: 587–703.

Camerer, Colin, and Robin Hogarth. 1999. “The Effects of Financial Incentives in Experiments: A Review and Capital-Labor-Production Framework”. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 19(1–3): 7–42.

Cannes-Wrone, Brandice, David Brady, and John Cogan. 2002. “Out of Step, Out of Office: Electoral Accountability and House Member Voting”. American Political Science Review 96(1): 127–40.

Caplan, Bryan. 1999. “The Austrian Search for Realistic Foundations”. Southern Economic Journal 65(4): 823–38.

———. 2000. “Rational Irrationality: A Framework for the Neoclassical-Behavioral Debate”. Eastern Economic Journal 26(2): 191–211.

———.2001a. “Rational Ignorance versus Rational Irrationality”. Kyklos 54(1): 3–26.

———. 2001b. “Libertarianism Against Economism: How Economists Misunderstand Voters and Why Libertarians Should Care”. Independent Review 5(4): 539–63.

———. 2001c. “Rational Irrationality and the Microfoundations of Political Failure”. Public Choice 107 (3–4): 311–31.

———.2001d. “What Makes People Think Like Economists? Evidence on Economic Cognition from the Survey of Americans and Economists on the Economy”. Journal of Law and Economics 44(2): 395–426.

———. 2001e. “Probability, Common Sense, and Realism: A Reply to Hu¨ lsmann and Block”. Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics 4(2): 69–86.

———. 2002a. “Systematically Biased Beliefs About Economics: Robust Evidence of Judgemental Anomalies from the Survey of Americans and Economists on the Economy”. Economic Journal 112(479): 433–58.

———.2002b. “Sociotropes, Systematic Bias, and Political Failure: Reflections on the Survey of Americans and Economists on the Economy”. Social Science Quarterly, 83(2): 416–35.

———. 2002c. “Economic Illiteracy: A Modest Plea Against Humility”. Royal Economic Society Newsletter 119:9–10.

———. 2003a. “Stigler-Becker versus Myers-Briggs: Why Preference-Based Explanations Are Scientifically Meaningful and Empirically Important”. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 50(4): 391–405.

———. 2003b. “The Logic of Collective Belief”. Rationality and Society 15(2): 218–42.

———. 2003c. “The Idea Trap: The Political Economy of Growth Divergence”. European Journal of Political Economy 19(2): 183–203.

———. 2005a. “From Friedman to Wittman: The Transformation of Chicago Political Economy”. Econ Journal Watch 2(1): 1–21.

———. 2005b. “Rejoinder to Wittman: True Myths”. Econ Journal Watch 2(2): 165–85.

———. Forthcoming a. “The Economics of Szasz: Preferences, Constraints, and Mental Illness”. Rationality and Society.
URL http://www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/bcaplan/szaszjhe.doc.

———. Forthcoming b. “How Do Voters Form Positive Economic Beliefs? Evidence from the Survey of Americans and Economists on the Economy”. Public Choice.
URL http://www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/bcaplan/econbelfin.doc.

———. Forthcoming c. “Terrorism: The Relevance of the Rational Model”. Public Choice.
URL http://www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/bcaplan/relevance6.doc.

Caplan, Bryan, and Tyler Cowen. 2004. “Do We Underestimate the Benefits of Cultural Competition?” American Economic Review 94(2): 402–7.

Caplan, Bryan, and Stephen Miller. 2006. “Economic Beliefs, Intelligence, and Ability Bias: Evidence from the General Social Survey”.
URL http://www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/bcaplan/iqbeliefej.doc.

Caplan, Bryan, and Edward Stringham. 2005. “Mises, Bastiat, Public Opinion, and Public Choice: What’s Wrong With Democracy”. Review of Political Economy 17(1): 79–105.

Cawley, John, and Tomas Philipson, 1999. “An Empirical Examination of Information Barriers to Trade in Insurance”. American Economic Review 89(4): 827–46.

Ceaser, James, and Andrew Busch. 2001. The Perfect Tie: The True Story of the 2000 Presidential Election. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

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Chiappori, Pierre-Andre, and Bernard Salanie, 2000. “Testing for Asymmetric Information in Insurance Markets”. Journal of Political Economy 108(1): 56–78.

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Chicago Council on Foreign Relations and the German Marshall Fund of the United States. 2002a. “Worldviews: Topline Data from U.S. Public Survey”.
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———. 2002b. “Worldviews: American Public Opinion & Foreign Policy”.
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———. 2002c. “Worldviews: American and European Public Opinion & Foreign Policy”.
URL http://www.worldviews.org/detailreports/compreport.pdf.

Chong, Dennis, Herbert McClosky, and John Zaller. 1983. “Patterns of Support for Democratic and Capitalist Values in the United States”. British Journal of Political Science 13(4): 401–40.

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Citrin, Jack, Eric Schickler, and John Sides. 2003. “What If Everyone Voted? Simulating the Impact of Increased Turnout in Senate Elections”. American Journal of Political Science 47(1): 75–90.

Coase, Ronald. 1998. “Comment on Thomas W. Hazlett: Assigning Property Rights to Radio Spectrum Users: Why Did FCC License Auctions Take 67 Years?” Journal of Law and Economics 41(2): 577–80.

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Coate, Stephen, and Stephen Morris. 1995. “On the Form of Transfers to Special Interests”. Journal of Political Economy 103(6): 1210–35.

———. 1999. “Policy Persistence”. American Economic Review 89(5): 1327–36.

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———. 1990. “Popular Representation and the Distribution of Information”. In John Ferejohn and James Kuklinski, eds., Information and Democratic Processes. Urbana: University of Illinois Press: 369–88.

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———. 2003. “Self-Deception as the Root of Political Failure”.
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Cowen, Tyler, and Robin Hanson. Forthcoming. “Are Disagreements Honest?” Journal of Economic Methodology. URL http://hanson.gmu.edu/deceive.pdf.

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———. 1996. The Irony of Democracy: An Uncommon Introduction to American Politics. 10th ed. New York: Wadsworth.

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———. 1988. “Structure and Consistency in Public Opinion: The Role of Core Beliefs and Values”. American Journal of Political Science 32(2): 416–40.

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———. 1992. “Economics and Economists: A European Perspective”. American Economic Review 82(2): 216–20.

———. 1993. “American and European Economics and Economists”. Journal of Economic Perspectives 7(4): 185–93.

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———. 2001. “The Adaptive Toolbox: Toward a Darwinian Rationality”. In Jeffrey French, Alan Kamil, Daniel Leger, Richard Dienstbier, and Martin Daly, eds., Evolutionary Psychology and Motivation. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press: 113–43.

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