Reflections of a Political Economist: Selected Articles on Government Policies and Political Processes

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Index
Aaron, Henry J., 101, 105
abuse of federal power, state protections against, 182
abuse of power by states, 175
academic tenure, government grant for artists, 341
accounting standards, 113–18
Ackerman, Bruce, 178
Adams, James, 18
adjudication of disputes, Supreme Court authority, 175
advanced technology, 16
The Advancement of Learning, 14
advertising, subliminal methods, 341
“Advice from a Friendly American on the Proposed Constitution for the European Union,” 243–50, 266, 277
Afghanistan, military operations in, 128
After Enron: Lessons for Public Policy, 2
The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World, 331–34
agriculture
common agricultural policy, 257
legislation, 129
subsidies, reduction of, 347
Aid to Dependent Children, unemployment insurance, 178
airport search procedures, 126–28
Aldrich, John, 303
Alien and Sedition laws, 183–84
alternative measures to offset effects of increased emissions, 32
Alzheimer's disease, development of cure, 339
amendment of Constitution, Article V procedures for, 178
American Conservative Union, 238, 286
American public school system, performance of, 342
Americans for Democratic Action, 238
Americans with Disabilities Act, 347
Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and the Disability Insurance Trust Funds, 105
Apollo mission, 20
appropriations of public money for public purposes, congressional powers, 178
Archbishop of Canterbury, 183
architecture, combination of art and engineering in, 341
Aristotle, 235
Armey, Dick, 240
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 50
Arrow, Kenneth, 18, 301, 314
Articles of Confederation, 180
artists, government grants for, 341
arts, personal reflections, 341
Asia and Europe, division into socialist and market economies, 211
association of European national states, 263–64
attorney-client conversations, eavesdropping on, 125
Austen-Smith, David, 302
authoritarian high modernism, 213–14
authority of Scriptures, 349
“Autocracy, Democracy, and Prosperity,” 140
Autocratic, Democratic, and Optimal Government: Fiscal Choices and Economic Outcomes, 2, 97
autocratic government, 139–66
defined, 142
average tax rate, relationship to marginal tax rate, 91–98
Award for Lifetime Scholarly Achievement in Field of Public Budgeting and Finance, 2
Axelrod, Robert, 80
Bacon, Francis, 14, 18
Bacon's chain, 14–20
Barone, Enrico, 210
Barry, Tom, 78
Basel Accord of 1988, 332
basic research, 16
Bebchuk, Lucian, 317–20

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