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Welcome to our Public Choice Society Conference virtual stand
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Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice
The Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice (JPFPC) was founded in 1983 by Professor Domenico da Empoli in the spirit of the Italian discipline of Scienza delle finanze, where political institutions and organizations, collective decision domains and processes, and individual motivations and flaws are never left out of economic analysis.
Relaunched in 2018 in partnership with Bristol University Press and an outstanding, international editorial board, JPFPC will be revitalized in print and online while maintaining its commitment to publishing high quality, peer-reviewed research.
Sign up to our JPFPC mailing list between 11 - 13th of March for a chance to win a year's print subscription to the journal. Our subscribers also get 35% off all books purchased on our website all year round.
Submit your article
JPFPC is unique in the international landscape of public economics journals, because it is committed to explicitly advancing knowledge in both public finance and public choice, reflecting an inclusive approach. JPFPC welcomes submissions from economics, as well as from cognate disciplines (geography, law, political science, sociology), that contribute to our understanding of the public economy and its broader constitutional, legal and political economy matrix.
The following Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice Editors' Choice articles are free to access until 31 July 2021:
Fiscal forecast manipulations and electoral results: evidence from Portuguese municipalities
Mamadou Boukari and Francisco José Veiga
Health politics? Determinants of US states’ reactions to COVID-19
Etienne Farvaque, Hira Iqbal and Nicolas Ooghe
An adaptation of The narrow corridor
Mirror, mirror on the wall …: modelling the US Congress as an internal labour market
João Ricardo Faria and Franklin G.r Mixon
The political economy of Vermont’s anti-fracking movement
Alexandre R. Scarcioffolo, Shishir Shakya and Joshua C. Hall
See also: Volume 34, Number 2, October 2019 our free sample issue.
If you enjoyed our free articles, please recommend the Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice to your librarian. Ask them to subscribe or sign up for a 3 month free trial.
Public Choice Society Members can get a discounted personal print subscription from just $83. To take advantage of this offer, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the journal and your membership number.
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