Public choice theory: the enemy of democracy

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2003 Number 24

Public choice theory: the enemy of democracy
Alan Finlayson pages -


Alan Finlayson looks at current arguments about depoliticisation, and the contribution that public choice theory, and the wider New Labour tendency to privilege the economic over the political, has made to this process.

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