The 2015 Conference of the Public Choice Society has been held in San Antonio, Texas (March 12-15).
The goal of the Society is to facilitate the exchange of research and ideas across disciplines in the social sciences, particularly economics, political science, sociology, law, and related fields. It started when scholars from all these groups became interested in the application of essentially economic methods to problems normally dealt with by political theorists.
Key conference topics included:
- Public Choice Behavioral Economics – Implications for Policy
- Measuring the Impact of Regulation
- Public Choice Insights for Regulatory Reform
The full conference program is available here.
(Fabrizio Di Mascio)