Nobel Prize‐winning economist James M. Buchanan died on Wednesday at the age of 93. Buchanan was one of the most influential and important economists of the 20th century. He was a founder and profound contributor to the discipline of public choice, the branch of economics that examines how governments actually make policies.
- “James M. Buchanan, RIP,” by David Boaz
- “James M. Buchanan (1919 – 2013), Friend of Liberty,” by James A. Dorn
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