Guest blogger Art Carden posted yesterday on the late Gordon Tullock. In the next few days, the biography of Gordon Tullock for The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics will be posted on line. Some excerpts follow. First, where Tullock fits in the pantheon of economists in the last half of the 20th century:Gordon Tullock, along with his colleague James M. Buchanan, was a founder of the School of Public Choice. Among his contributions to public choice were his study of bureaucracy, his early insights on rent seeking, his study of political revolutions, his analysis of dictatorships, and his analysis of incentives and outcomes in foreign policy. Tullock also contributed to the study of optimal organization
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