Bryan Caplan
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The Myth of the Rational Voter: Why Democracies Choose Bad Policies-New Edition
B Caplan
Princeton University Press, 2011
21162011
Systematically biased beliefs about economics: Robust evidence of judgemental anomalies from the survey of Americans and economists on the economy
B Caplan
The Economic Journal 112 (479), 433-458, 2002
3392002
Rational ignorance versus rational irrationality
B Caplan
Kyklos 54 (1), 3-26, 2001
2902001
The case against education: Why the education system is a waste of time and money
B Caplan
Princeton University Press, 2018
2572018
Terrorism: The relevance of the rational choice model
B Caplan
Public Choice 128 (1-2), 91-107, 2006
2452006
The Austrian search for realistic foundations
B Caplan
Southern Economic Journal, 823-838, 1999
2031999
What makes people think like economists? Evidence on economic cognition from the “Survey of Americans and Economists on the Economy”
B Caplan
The Journal of Law and Economics 44 (2), 395-426, 2001
1782001
Rational irrationality and the microfoundations of political failure
B Caplan
Public Choice 107 (3-4), 311-331, 2001
1302001
Stigler–Becker versus Myers–Briggs: why preference-based explanations are scientifically meaningful and empirically important
B Caplan
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 50 (4), 391-405, 2003
1292003
Intelligence makes people think like economists: Evidence from the General Social Survey
B Caplan, SC Miller
Intelligence 38 (6), 636-647, 2010
1182010
Rational irrationality: a framework for the neoclassical-behavioral debate
B Caplan
Eastern Economic Journal 26 (2), 191-211, 2000
1062000
The logic of collective belief
B Caplan
Rationality and Society 15 (2), 218-242, 2003
802003
How do voters form positive economic beliefs? Evidence from the Survey of Americans and Economists on the Economy
B Caplan
Public Choice 128 (3-4), 367-381, 2006
752006
Networks, law, and the paradox of cooperation
B Caplan, E Stringham
The Review of Austrian Economics 16 (4), 309-326, 2003
742003
Has Leviathan been bound? A theory of imperfectly constrained government with evidence from the states
B Caplan
Southern Economic Journal, 825-847, 2001
682001
Mises, Bastiat, public opinion, and public choice
B Caplan, E Stringham
Review of Political Economy 17 (1), 79-105, 2005
672005
Probability, Common Sense, and realism: A reply to Hülsmann and Block
B Caplan
Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics 4 (2), 69-86, 2001
632001
Do we underestimate the benefits of cultural competition?
B Caplan, T Cowen
American Economic Review 94 (2), 402-407, 2004
622004
Standing Tiebout on his head: Tax capitalization and the monopoly power of local governments
B Caplan
Public Choice 108 (1-2), 101-122, 2001
612001
Behavioral economics and perverse effects of the welfare state
S Beaulier, B Caplan
Kyklos 60 (4), 485-507, 2007
602007
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