James M. Buchanan Lecture, April 7, 2006, George Mason University




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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 to Public Choice Theory. Materials related to this title include: Video of lecture - containing: Opening Remarks by David Levy Director, Center for Public Choice; Welcome by Peter Stearns, Provost, George Mason University; Electronic Exhibit by Robert Vay, Special Collections & Archives, George Mason University Libraries; McCloskey, Buchanan, and the Return to Analytical Egalitarianism by Sandra Peart, Professor of Economics, Baldwin-Wallace College; The Hobbes Problem: From Machiavelli to Buchanan by Dierdre McCloskey, Distinguished Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago and Erasmus Universiteit, Rotterdam; Comments by James Buchanan, Advisory General Director, Center for Study of Public Choice, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, George Mason University. Invitation to Lecture Program for Lecture


Video: MPEG-4 H.264 AAC 320 x 240, running time is 1 hour 33 minutes 28 seconds. Invitation: PDF-A, 4 pages (color), 7" x 5" (17.8 cm x 12.7 cm) Program: PDF-A, 4 pages (color), 8.5" x 5.5" (21.6 cm x 12.97 cm)


Buchanan, James M., James M. Buchanan Lecture