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James M. Buchanan Lecture Archive

James M. Buchanan Lecture Archive

 

<p>The James M. Buchanan Lecture series is named for Professor James M. Buchanan. Dr. Buchanan was winner of the Alfred B. Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 1986, which recognized his development of the contractual and constitutional bases for the theory of economic and political decision making. The Lecture series features programming and speakers devoted to public choice discourse and draws its inspiration from Dr. Buchanan's pioneering scholarship. <p>The James M. Buchanan Lecture Archive contains video from the Buchanan Lectures in the MPEG-4 (Mp4) multimedia standard, which can be viewed from the user's desktop using <a href="http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download">Quicktime 7 or later media player</a>. Other digital objects in the collection include supporting materials, such as speakers' lecture papers, photographs, invitations to, and programs for the lectures.

Recent Submissions

  • Unknown author (2006-04-07)
    Materials from the James M. Buchanan Lecture of April 7, 2006. The Lecture, named for James M. Buchanan, the 1986 winner of the Alfred Nobel Prize in Economics, features distinguished scholars in fields of economics related ...
  • Unknown author (2008-11-11)
    Materials from the James M. Buchanan Lecture of November 11, 2007. The Lecture, named for James M. Buchanan, the 1986 winner of the Alfred Nobel Prize in Economics, features distinguished scholars in fields of economics ...
  • Donnelly, Leah; Fielding, Adam; Fisher, Veronica; Patton, Sarah; Vay, Robert; Burgess, Jo Ann (2008-11-11)
    Video produced by George Mason University Libraries' Special Collections & Archives staff with assistance from the Center for Public Choice. It was presented at the second lecture in the James M. Buchanan Lecture Series ...