Duke University Political Science

    • Publications of Michael C. Munger

      • Books

          • M.C. Munger.
          • Choosing in Groups: Analytical Politics Revisited.
          • Cambridge University Press,
          • October 2014.
          • ((in press)).
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Endless Forms Most Beatiful and Most Wonderful"--Special Issue of Public Choice--To Honor the Nobel Prize of Elinor Ostrom.
          • Springer-Verlag Publishers,
          • 2010.
          • M. Munger.
          • Policy Analysis.
          • W.W. Norton and Co., Inc.,
          • 2000.
          • Empirical Studies in Comparative Public Choice.
          • 1998.
          • (Special issue (Volume 97) of the journal Public Choice, also published separately as book by Dluwer Academic Press).
          • M. Munger with Melvin J. Hinich.
          • Analytical Politics.
          • Cambridge University Press,
          • 1997.
          • (published in both hardback and paperback editions. This book was reprinted, in a new Japanese language edition, by Keiso Shobo Publishers, in 1998) (This book was reprinted in a new Spanish edition in 2005) This book was reprinted in a new Chinese edition, and a new Korean edition, in 2010).).
          • M. Munger with Melvin J. Hinich.
          • Ideology and the Theory of Political Choice.
          • University of Michigan Press,
          • 1994.
          • (paperback edition published September 1996.).
      • Monographs

          • M.C. Munger.
          • “Everything You Know About Recycling is Wrong.”.
          • Symposium, The Political Economy of Recycling, edited by Jason Kuznicki.,
          • 2013.
          • [web]
          Publication Description

          “Everything You Know About Recycling is Wrong.” (5,000 words). Cato Unbound June.

          • M.C. Munger.
          • “How to Write Less Badly” (Reprint 2010 article as book chapter).
          • 2012.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • “Locking Up Political Speech: How Electioneering Communications Laws Stifle Free Speech and Civic Engagement”.
          • Arlington, VA:
          • Institute for Justice,
          • June, 2009.
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Market Makers or Parasites?".
          • Indianapolis, IN:
          • Liberty Fund, Inc.,
          • February, 2009.
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • Planning Order, Causing Chaos: Transantiago.
          • EconLib, OLL, Liberty Fund,
          • 2009.
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • “Think Globally, Act Irrationally: Recycling” Econlib, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN.
          • 2007.
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "They Clapped: Can Price-Gouging Laws Prohibit Scarcity?” Econlib, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,.
          • 2007.
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • I'll Stick With These: Some Sharp Observations on the Division of Labor.
          • Econlib, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,.",
          • 2007.
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • “The Five Sorry Rules of Lateness”.
          • Econlib, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,,
          • 2007.
          • [web]
      • Chapters in Books

          • J. P. Couyoumdjian and M.C. Munger.
          • "“The Entrepreneurial Virtues”."
          • Philosophy of Character.
          • Ed. Iskra Fileva.
          • Oxford University Press,
          • November 2014.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "“Kaldor-Hicks Coercion, Coasian Bargaining, and the State.”."
          • Coercion and Social Welfare in Contemporary Public Policy.
          • Ed. Jorge Martinez and Stanley Winer.
          • Cambridge University Press,
          • November 2014.
          • D. Gerard, W, Keech, and M.Munger.
          • "“The Political Economy of Sustainability,” (with David Gerard and William Keech).."
          • Chapter in Introduction to Sustainable Engineering, Cliff Davidson (ed). Prentice-Hall..
          • January 2015.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Political Science and Public Choice."
          • Elgar Companion to Public Choice II.
          • Ed. Michael Reksulak.
          • Edward Elgar Publishers,
          • March, 2013.
          • 81-106.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "“Euvoluntary Exchange and the Creation of Wealth,”."
          • Wealth Creation: Ethical & Economic Perspectives, David Schmidtz (ed.) Cognella Academic Publishing..
          • 2012.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Hayek's Insight: Order Without Direction, Benefit Without Intent."
          • Political Economy in Philosophic Perspective.
          • Ed. Greg Butler.
          • University Press of America,
          • 2013.
          • Wm Keech and M.C. Munger.
          • "Political Economy."
          • International Encyclopedia of Political Science.
          • Ed. Garrett, Levi, McClain, Alt, and Chambers.
          • Congressional Quarterly Press,
          • 2011.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "I have a real meeting at 10:30: Running for Office as a Third Party Candidate.”."
          • Inside Political Campaigns: Chronicles—And Lessons--From the Trenches.
          • Ed. James Bowers and Stephen Daniels.
          • Lynne Rienner Publishers,
          • 2010.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Regulation."
          • Encyclopedia of Libertarianism.
          • Ed. Ronald Hanowy.
          • Cato Institute, Washington, DC,
          • 2008.
          • 418-420.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Culture, Order, and Virtue."
          • LIBERALISM, CONSERVATISM, AND HAYEK'S IDEA OF SPONTANEOUS ORDER.
          • Ed. Louis Hunt and Peter McNamara.
          • Palgrave,
          • 2007.
          • 267-291.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • ""A Retrospective Assessment of Tullock's THE VOTE MOTIVE"."
          • The Vote Motive.
          • London: Institute of Economic Affairs,
          • 2006.
          • 131-138.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Chadha v. I.N.S. and the Legislative Veto."
          • Creating Constitutional Change.
          • Ed. Gregg Ivers and Kevin McGuire.
          • Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press,
          • 2004.
          • 93-105.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Voting."
          • Public Choice Handbook.
          • Ed. William Shughart and Laura Razzolini.
          • Edward Elgar Press,
          • December 1999.
          • M. Munger.
          • ""Committee Assignments" Vol 1: pp. 95-98; "Committee Jurisdictions and PACs,” Vol 1: pp. 98-100; "Interest Groups," Vol. 1: pp. 307-12 ; "Spatial Theory," (with Melvin Hinich) Vol II: pp. 305-312."
          • Encyclopedia of Public Choice.
          • Ed. Bruno Frey, Charles Rowley, and Friedrich Schneider.
          • Boston: Kluwer Academic Press.,
          • 2003.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Demobilized and Demoralized: Negative Ads and Loosening Bonds."
          • Rational Foundations of Democratic Politics.
          • Ed. Albert Breton, Gianluigi Galeotti, Pierre Salmon, and Ronald Wintrobe.
          • Cambridge University Press.,
          • 2003.
          • Pp. 15-29..
          • Rachel Brewster, Michael Munger, and Thomas Oatley.
          • "Widening vs. Deepening the European Union: An Institutional Analysis."
          • Institutional Challenges in the European Union.
          • Ed. Madeline Hosli and Adrian van Deemen.
          • New York: Cambridge University Press,
          • 2002.
          • (Pp. 48-64.)
          • M. Munger with Michael Ensley.
          • "Institutions, Ideology, and the Transmission of Information Across Generations."
          • Constitutional Political Economy.
          • Ed. Ram Mudambi.
          • Cambridge University Press,
          • September 1999.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Voting."
          • Public Choice Handbook.
          • Ed. William Shughart and Laura Razzolini.
          • Edward Elgar Press,
          • 2001.
          • 197-239.
          • M. Munger with Rachel Brewster and Thomas Oatley.
          • "The European Court of Justice: An Agenda Control Analysis of the Implications of EU Enlargement."
          • Institutional Challenges in The European Union.
          • Ed. A. canDeemen and Madeleine Hosli.
          • Kluwer Academic Press,
          • 2000.
          • M. Munger with Melvin Hinich.
          • "Political Ideology, Communication, and Community."
          • Issues in Political Economy.
          • Ed. W. Barnett and N. Schofield.
          • Cambridge University Press,
          • 1993.
          • 25-50.
          • M. Munger with James Enelow and James Endersby.
          • "A Revised Probabilistic Spatial Model of Elections: Theory and Evidence."
          • An Economic Theory of Democracy in Contemporary Perspective.
          • Ed. Bernard Grofman.
          • University of Michigan Press,
          • 1993.
          • 125-40.
          • M.C. Munger with Brian E. Roberts.
          • "Political and Economic Control of the Federal Reserve: A Review of the Literature."
          • The Political Economy of Monetary Policy.
          • Ed. Thomas Mayer.
          • Cambridge University Press,
          • 1990.
          • M. Munger with Melvin Hinich.
          • "Political Investment, Voter Perceptions, and Candidate Strategy: An Equilibrium Spatial Analysis."
          • Models of Strategic Choice in Politics.
          • Ed. Peter Ordeshook.
          • Cambridge University Press,
          • 1989.
          • 49-68.
          • M. Munger.
          • "The Cost of Protectionism: Estimates of the Hidden Tax of Trade Restraints."
          • World Trade and Trade Finance.
          • Ed. Joseph J. Norton.
          • New York: Matthew Bender,
          • 1985.
          • M. Munger with Kevin B. Grier.
          • "The Empirical Accuracy of Sargent's New Classical Macro Model: Some Simulation Evidence."
          • A Comparison of the Predictive Performance of Small Macroeconometric Models.
          • Ed. Laurence Meyer.
          • St. Louis, MO: Center for the Study of American Business,
          • 1983.
          • M. Munger with Brian E. Roberts.
          • "Political and Economic Control of the Federal Reserve: A Review of the Literature."
          • The Political Economy of Monetary Policy.
          • Ed. Thomas Mayer.
          • Cambridge University Press,
          • 1980.
      • Journal Articles

          • J. D. Grynaviski and M.C. Munger.
          • "Did Southerners Favor Slavery? Inferences from an Analysis of Prices in New Orleans, 1805-1860."
          • Public Choice
          • (2015)
          • .
          • H.G. Brennan and M.C. Munger.
          • "“The Soul of James Buchanan.”."
          • Independent Reivew
          • 18
          • .3
          • (Winter, 2013)
          • :
          • 331-342.
          • R. A. Guzman and M.C. Munger.
          • "“Freedom of Contract and the Morality of Exchange: Examples From Locke’s Venditio.”."
          • Public Choice
          • (February 2014)
          • .
          Publication Description

          (with Ricardo Guzman). Public Choice.

          • M.C. Munger and R. Salsman.
          • "“Is ‘Too Big to Fail’ Too Big?”."
          • Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy
          • 11
          • (2013)
          • :
          • 433-456.
          • K. M. Munger and M.C. Munger.
          • "“Competencia Spatial en América Latina: Una visión general de algunos modelos ilustrativos.” (Spatial Competition in Latin America: A Review of Some Illustrative Models)."
          • Revista Mexicana de Analisis Politico y Administracion Publica
          • 4
          • .2
          • (2013)
          • :
          • 33-40.
          • J. Aldrich, M.C. Munger, and J. Reifler.
          • "Institutions, Information, and Faction: An Experimental Test of Riker’s Federalism Thesis for Political Parties."
          • Public Choice
          • (2013)
          • .
          • J. Aldrich, J. Reifler, and M. Munger.
          • "Sophisticated and myopic? Citizen preferences for Electoral College reform.."
          • Public Choice
          • (2013)
          • .
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "“Coercion, the State, and the Obligations of Citizenship”."
          • Public Choice
          • 152
          • (2012)
          • :
          • 415-421.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Voting methods, problems of majority rule, and demand-revealing procedures."
          • Public Choice
          • 152
          • (2012)
          • :
          • 61-72..
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Euvoluntary or Not, Exchange is Just."
          • Social Philosophy and Policy
          • Summer,
          • 28
          • .2
          • (Summer, 2011)
          • .
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Self-Interest and Public Interest: Motivations of Political Actors.."
          • Critical Review
          • 25
          • .1-2
          • (2011)
          • :
          • 1-19.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Basic Income’ is Not an Obligation, But It Might Be a Legitimate Choice."
          • Basic Income Studies
          • 6
          • .2
          • (2011)
          • :
          • 1-13.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Persuasion, Psychology, and the Future of Public Choice."
          • Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
          • 80
          • .2
          • (2011)
          • :
          • 290-300.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "“The Social Science of Democracy.” (Symposium on Jon Elster’s Tocqueville: The First Social Scientist),."
          • Perspectives on Politics
          • 9
          • .2
          • (2011)
          • :
          • 374-376.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "’Basic Income’ is Not an Obligation, But It Might Be a Legitimate Choice."
          • Basic Income Studies
          • 5
          • .2
          • (Winter, 2010)
          • .
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Endless Forms Most Beautiful and Most Wonderful."
          • Public Choice
          • 43
          • .1-2
          • (2010)
          • :
          • 263-268.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Thinking About Order Without Thought." In Tullock's Contributions to Spontaneous Order Studies."
          • Public Choice
          • 135
          • .3-4
          • (2010)
          • :
          • 79-88.
          Publication Description

          "Thinking About Order Without Thought." In Tullock's Contributions to Spontaneous Order Studies, Public Choice Special Issue, 135: 79-88.

          • M.C. Munger.
          • "The Principal Difficulty: Besley’s Neo-Rousseauvian Aspirations."
          • Review of Austrian Economics
          • 22
          • .2
          • (2009)
          • :
          • 169-175.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Blogging and Political Information: Truth or ‘Truthiness’?”."
          • Public Choice
          • 134
          • .1
          • (2008)
          • :
          • 125-138.
          • M.J. Hinich and M.C. Munger.
          • "The Dynamics of Issue Introduction: A Model Based on the Politics of Ideology."
          • Mathematical and Computer Modeling
          • 48
          • .9-10
          • (2008)
          • :
          • 1510-1518.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Economic Choice, Political Decision, and the Problem of Limits."
          • Public Choice
          • 137
          • (2008)
          • :
          • 507-522.
          • with
          • Michael Ensley and Scott de Marchi.
          • "Candidate Uncertainty, Mental Models, and Complexity: Some Experimental Results."
          • Public Choice
          • 132
          • .1-2
          • (2007)
          • :
          • 231-246.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Preference modification vs. incentive manipulation as tools of terrorist recruitment: The role of culture."
          • Public Choice
          • 128
          • (2006)
          • :
          • 131-146.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Public Policy Informatics: Does Better Information Produce Better Public Policy?."
          • International Journal of Public Policy
          • 1
          • (2006)
          • :
          • 343-354.
          • M.J. Hinich and M.C. Munger.
          • "In Memoriam: Otto "Toby" Davis."
          • Public Choice
          • 128
          • .3
          • (2006)
          • :
          • 357-359.
          • Richard Potthoff and Michael Munger.
          • "Voter Uncertainty Can Produce Non-Single-Peaked But Not Cyclic Preferences: The Sad Saga of Ross Perot?”."
          • Journal of Politics
          • 67
          • .2
          • (May, 2005)
          • :
          • 429-453.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "19th Century Voting Procedures in a 21st Century World."
          • Public Choice
          • .
          • Ed. William Shughart and Robert Tollison.
          • Special Issue on "Public Choice Perspectives at the Dawn of the 21st Century",
          • 124
          • (2005)
          • :
          • 115-133.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Commentary on 'The Quest for Meaning in Public Choice."
          • American Journal of Economics and Sociology
          • 63
          • (2004)
          • :
          • 149-160.
          • Sudeshna Ghosh and Michael Munger.
          • "Move to Markets? An Empirical Analysis of Privatization in Developing Countries."
          • Journal of International Development
          • 16
          • (2004)
          • :
          • 213-240.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Economists and Fiscal Policy Advice: A Deficit or a Deficiency?”."
          • Public Choice
          • 118
          • (2004)
          • :
          • 235-249.
          • Richard Potthoff and Michael Munger.
          • "Use of integer programming to optimize the scheduling of panels at annual meetings of the Public Choice Society."
          • Public Choice
          • 117
          • (2003)
          • :
          • 163-175.
          • J. Jenkins & M. Munger.
          • "Investigating the Incidence of Killer Amendments in Congress."
          • Journal of Politics
          • 65
          • .2
          • (2003)
          • :
          • 31.
          • Gottlieb NH [first author], Goldstein AO, Flynn BS, Cohen JE, Bauman KE, Solomon LJ, Dana GS, McMorris LE and M. Munger.
          • "State legislators' beliefs about legislation that restricts youth access to tobacco products."
          • Health Education and Behavior
          • 30
          • .2
          • (2003)
          • :
          • 209-224.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Comment on 'Judicializing Politics, Politicizing Law', by John Ferejohn."
          • Law and Contemporary Problems
          • 65
          • (2002)
          • :
          • 87-94.
          • M. Munger, Mark Berger and Richard Potthoff.
          • "The Downsian Model Predicts Divergence."
          • Journal of Theoretical Politics
          • 12
          • (2000)
          • :
          • 78-90.
          • M. Munger with Alexandra Cooper.
          • "The (Un)Predictability of Primaries With Many Candidates: Simulation Evidence."
          • Public Choice
          • (2000)
          • .
          • M. Munger.
          • "Presidential Address: Five Questions for the Public Choice Society"."
          • Public Choice
          • 103
          • (2000)
          • :
          • 1-12.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Political Science and Fundamental Research."
          • PS: Political Science and Politics
          • .
          • Ed. Arthur Lupia.
          • Special Issue: The Public Value of Political Science Research,
          • 33
          • (2000)
          • :
          • 25-33.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Presidential Address: Give Questions for the Public Choice Society."
          • Public Choice
          • (1999)
          • .
          • M. Munger with Melvin Hinich and Scott de Marchi.
          • "Ideology and the Construction of Nationality: The Canadian Elections of 1993."
          • Public Choice
          • 97
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 401-428.
          • M. Munger with B. Flynn, A. Goldstein, L. Solomon, K. Bauman, N. Gottlieb, J. Cohen, and G. Dana.
          • "Predictors of state legislators' intentions to vote for cigarette tax increases."
          • Preventive Medicine
          • 27
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 157-165.
          • M. Munger with Irwin Morris.
          • "First Branch, or Root? The Congress, the President, and the Federal Reserve."
          • Public Choice
          • 96
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 363-380.
          • M. Munger with J. Cohen, A. Goldstein, B. Flynn, N. Gottlieb, L. Solomon, G. Dana, and K. Baumann.
          • "Tobacco Control."
          • 6
          • .4
          • 1998.
          • 332-336.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Editors' Introduction: Empirical Studies in Comparative Politics."
          • Public Choice
          • 97
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 219-227.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Pangloss was Right: Reforming Congress is Useless, Too Expensive, or Harmful."
          • Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum
          • 9
          • .1
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 34-71.
          • M.C. Munger with Melvin Hinich.
          • "Editors' Introduction: Special Issue on Empirical Studies in Comparative Politics."
          • Public Choice
          • (1998)
          • .
          • M.C. Munger with Melvin Hinich and Scott de Marchi.
          • "Ideology and the Construction of Nationality: The Canadian Elections of 1993."
          • Public Choice
          • (1998)
          • .
          • M.C. Munger with Irwin Morris.
          • "First Branch, or Root? Congress, the President, and Federal Reserve."
          • Public Choice
          • (1998)
          • .
          • M. Munger with A. Goldstein, J. Cohen, B. Flynn, N. Gottlieb, L. Solomon, G. Dana, and K. Baumann.
          • "State Legislators' Attitudes and Voting Intentions about Tobacco Control Legislation."
          • American Journal of Public Health
          • 87
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 11-7-2000.
          • M. Munger with B. Flynn, G. Dana, A. Goldstein, J. Cohen, N. Gottlieb, L. Solomon, and K. Baumann.
          • "State Legislators' Intentions to Vote and Subsequent Votes on Tobacco Control Legislation."
          • Health Psychology
          • 16
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 401-404.
          • M. Munger with Thomas Schaller.
          • "The Prohibition and Repeal Amendments: A Natural Experiment in Interest Group Influence."
          • Public Choice
          • 90
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 139-163.
          • (Reprinted in Constitutional Political Economy in Public Choice Perspective, Charles Rowley (ed.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997, pp. 139-164.)
          • M. Munger with Dennis Coates.
          • "Win, Lose, or Withdraw: A Categorical Analysis of Career Patterns in the House of Representatives, 1948-1978."
          • Public Choice
          • 83
          • (1995)
          • :
          • 91-115.
          • M. Munger with Dennis Coates.
          • "Legislative Voting and the Economic Theory of Politics."
          • Southern Economic Journal
          • 61
          • (1995)
          • :
          • 861-73.
          • M. Munger with Dennis Coates.
          • "Strategizing in Small Group Decision Making: Host State Identification in the Southeast Compact."
          • Public Choice
          • 82
          • (1995)
          • :
          • 1-16.
          • M. Munger with Kevin Grier and Brian Roberts.
          • "The Determinants of Industry Political Activity, 1978-1986."
          • American Political Science Review
          • 88
          • (1994)
          • :
          • 911-932.
          • M. Munger with Dennis Coates and Victoria Heid.
          • "Not Equitable, Not Efficient: U.S. Policy on Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal."
          • Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
          • 13
          • (1994)
          • :
          • 526-541.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Judicial Interpretation in the Face of Uncertainty: A Comment on Schwartz, Spiller, and Urbiztondo."
          • Law and Contemporary Problems
          • 57
          • (1994)
          • :
          • 87-90.
          • M. Munger with Kenneth Collier.
          • "Comparing Reelection Rates in the House and Senate."
          • Public Choice
          • 78
          • (1994)
          • :
          • 45-54.
          • M. Munger with Kevin B. Grier.
          • "Corporate, Labor, and Trade Association Contributions to the U.S. House and Senate, 1978-1986."
          • Journal of Politics
          • 55
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 615-44.
          • M. Munger with William C. Mitchell.
          • "Doing Well While Intending Good: Exploitation and the Pareto Criterion."
          • Journal of Theoretical Politics
          • 5
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 34-79.
          • M. Munger with James Enelow.
          • "The Elements of Candidate Reputation: The Effect of Record and Credibility on Optimal Spatial Location."
          • Public Choice
          • 77
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 757-72.
          • M. Munger with Gary M. Torrent.
          • "Committee Power and Value in the U.S. Senate: Implications for Policy."
          • Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
          • 3
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 46-65.
          • M. Munger with Dennis Coates.
          • "Guessing and Choosing: A Multicriterion Decision on a Dispoal Technology for Low Level Radioactive Waste."
          • Journal of Public Policy
          • (1992)
          • .
          • M. Munger with Melvin J. Hinich.
          • "The Spatial Theory of Ideology."
          • Journal of Theoretical Politics
          • 4
          • (1992)
          • :
          • 5-27.
          • M. Munger with James Endersby.
          • "The Impact of Legislator Attributes on Union PAC Contributions."
          • Journal of Labor Research
          • 12
          • .4
          • (1992)
          • :
          • 79-97.
          • M. Munger with William Mitchell.
          • "Economic Models of Interest Groups: An Introductory Survey."
          • American Journal of Political Science
          • 35
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 512-546.
          • (Reprinted in Classics in Public Choice, Charles Rowley (ed.), 1993, Edward Elgar Publishers.)
          • M. Munger with Kevin Grier and Brian Roberts.
          • "The Industrial Organization of Corporate Political Activity."
          • Southern Economics Journal
          • 57
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 727-738.
          • M. Munger with Kevin Grier.
          • "Committee Assignments, Constituent Preferences, and Campaign Contributions to House Incumbents."
          • Economic Inquiry
          • 29
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 24-43.
          • M. Munger with Jay Dow.
          • "Public Choice in Political Science."
          • PS: Political Science and Politics
          • 23
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 604-610.
          • M. Munger with Lilliard Richardson.
          • "Shirking, Representation, and Congressional Behavior: Voting on the 1983 Amendments to the Social Security Act."
          • Public Choice
          • 67
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 11-34.
          • M. Munger with Kevin Grier and Gary Torrent.
          • "Allocation Patterns of PAC Monies: The U.S. Senate."
          • Public Choice
          • 67
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 111-128.
          • M. Munger with William R. Dougan.
          • "The Rationality of Ideology."
          • Journal of Law and Economics
          • 32
          • (1989)
          • :
          • 213-239.
          • M. Munger.
          • "A Simple Test of the Thesis that Committee Assignments Shape the Pattern of Corporate PAC Contributions."
          • Public Choice
          • 62
          • (1989)
          • :
          • 181-186.
          • M. Munger with Douglas Hart.
          • "Declining Electoral Competitiveness in the House of Representatives: the Differential Impact of Improved Transportation Technology."
          • Public Choice
          • 62
          • (1989)
          • :
          • 217-231.
          • M. Munger with Gary Cox.
          • "Contributions, Expenditure, Turnout: The 1982 U.S. House Elections."
          • American Political Science Review
          • 83
          • (1989)
          • :
          • 217-231.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Allocation of Desirable Committee Assignments: Extended Queues vs. Committee Expansion."
          • American Journal of Political Science
          • 32
          • .2
          • (1988)
          • :
          • 317-344.
          • M. Munger.
          • "On the Political Participation of the Firm in the Electoral Process: An Update."
          • Public Choice
          • 56
          • .3
          • (1988)
          • :
          • 295-298.
          • M. Munger with Kevin B. Grier.
          • "The Impact of Legislative Attributes on Interest Group Contributions."
          • Journal of Labor Research
          • 7
          • (1986)
          • :
          • 349-361.
          • M. Munger with Arthur T. Denzau.
          • "Legislators and Interest Groups: How Unorganized Interests Get Represented."
          • American Political Science Review
          • 80
          • (1986)
          • :
          • 89-106.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Adjustment to Global Economy."
          • Business and Society Review
          • 55
          • (1985)
          • :
          • 8-9.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Destroy Trade Barriers."
          • Business and Society Review
          • 53
          • (1985)
          • :
          • 10-11.
          • M. Munger.
          • "On the Mutuality of Interest Between Bureaus and High Demand Review Committees: The Case of Joint Production."
          • Public Choice
          • 43
          • .2
          • (1984)
          • :
          • 211-216.
          • M. Munger with Kathleen A. Rehbein.
          • "The High Cost of Protectionism."
          • Europe
          • 243
          • (May/June 1984)
          • :
          • 10-11.
          • M. Munger.
          • "The Costs of Protectionism, Analysis."
          • Challenge
          • 26
          • .6
          • (January/February 1984)
          • :
          • 54-58.
          • M. Munger with Murray L. Weidenbaum.
          • "Protection At Any Price?."
          • Regulation
          • (July/August 1983)
          • :
          • 54-61.
      • Papers Published

          • M.C. Munger, Peter Ordeshook, Tse-min Lin and Bryan Jones.
          • "In Memoriam: Melvin J. Hinich, 1939-2010."
          • Public Choice
          • 146
          • (2011)
          • :
          • 1-8.
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Two Steves and One Soichiro: Why Politicians Can't Judge Innovation."
          • EconLib
          • .
          • http://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2006/Mungercollectivism.html,
          • EconLib, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,
          • (Winter, 2006)
          • .
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Unintended Consequences 1, Good Intentions 0."
          • EconLib
          • .
          • http://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2006/Mungergood intentions.html,
          • EconLib, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,
          • (Fall, 2006)
          • .
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "A Fable of the OC."
          • http://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2006/Mungeropportunitycost.html,
          • EconLib, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,
          • Summer, 2006.
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Rent Seek and You Will Find."
          • EconLib
          • .
          • http://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2006/Mungerrentseeking.html,
          • EconLib, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,
          • (Spring, 2006)
          • .
          • [web]
      • Papers Accepted

          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Regulation."
          • Encyclopedia of Libertarianism.
          • Ed. Thomas Palmer.
          • CATO Institute, Washington, D.C.,
          • forthcoming.
      • Book Reviews

          • M.C. Munger.
          • "War, the American State, and Politics since 1898," by Robert Saldin.
          • Independent Review
          • 17
          • .2
          • (2012)
          • :
          • 91-94.
          • [web]
          • M.C. Munger.
          • Saari's "Disposing Dictators, Demystifying Voting Paradoxes".
          • Public Choice
          • 140
          • .3-4
          • Springer Verlag,
          • 2009.
          • 539-543.
          • James Buchanan and Roger Congleton.
          • "Politics by Principle, Not Interest: Towards Nondiscriminatory Democracy".
          • Public Choice
          • (2000)
          • .
          • "Why People Don't Trust Government'.
          • Regulation.
          • Ed. Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Philip Zelikow.
          • (1999)
          • .
          • Keith Poole and Howard Rosenthal.
          • "Congress: A Political Economic History of Roll Call Voting".
          • The Independent Review
          • (1999)
          • .
          • Ronald Wintrobe.
          • "The Political Economy of Dictatorship".
          • Canadian Journal of Economics
          • (1999)
          • .
          • Alan Taylor.
          • Mathematics and Politics.
          • Chance, Magazine of the American Statiscal Association
          • 11
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 44-45.
          • Avinash K. Dixit.
          • The Making of Economic Policy: A Transactions-Cost Politics Perspective.
          • Regulation
          • 21
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 73-76.
          • J. Mark Ramseyer.
          • Odd Markets in Japanese History: Law and Economic Growth.
          • Journal of Politics
          • 60
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 289-291.
          • Daniel B. Klein, Adrian T. Moore, and Binyam Reja.
          • Curb Rights: A Foundation for Free Enterprise in Urban Transit.
          • Regulation
          • (1997)
          • .
          • Paul Teske, Samuel Best, and Michael Mintrom.
          • Deregulation Freight Transportation: Delivering the Goods.
          • Regulation
          • (1997)
          • .
          • Thomas Gais.
          • Improper Influence: Campaign Finance Law, Political Interest Groups, and the Problem of Equality.
          • Public Choice
          • 92
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 442-446.
          • Thomas Ferguson.
          • Golden Rule: The Investment Theory of Party Competition and the Logic of Money-Driven Political Systems.
          • The Independent Review
          • 1
          • (1996)
          • :
          • 198-201.
          • William Bianco.
          • Trust: Representatives and Constituencies.
          • Public Choice
          • 85
          • (1995)
          • :
          • 395-397.
          • Randall Holcombe.
          • The Economic Foundations of Government.
          • Southern Economic Journal
          • 61
          • (1995)
          • :
          • 892-894.
          • edited by Barry Mitnick.
          • Corporate Political Agency: The Construction of Competition in Public Affairs.
          • American Political Science Review
          • 88
          • (1994)
          • :
          • 1000-1001.
          • Glenn Parker.
          • Institutional Change, Discretion, and the Making of Modern Congress.
          • Public Choice
          • 76
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 397-398.
          • Mark Mizruchi.
          • The Structure of Corporate Political Action: Interfirm Relations and Their Consequences.
          • American Political Science Review
          • 87
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 219-221.
          • Joseph Schlesinger.
          • Political Parties and the Winning of Office.
          • Public Choice
          • 75
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 99-101.
          • James Alt and Kenneth Shepsle.
          • Perspectives on Positive Political Economy.
          • Southern Economic Journal
          • 58
          • (1992)
          • :
          • 1944-6.
          • Douglass C. North.
          • Institutions, Institutional Change and Economic Performance.
          • Southern Economic Journal
          • 58
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 296-297.
          • edited by Noel O'Sullivan.
          • The Structure of Modern Ideology: Critical Perspectives on Social and Political Theory.
          • Public Choice
          • 72
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 95-96.
          • David Schwartzman.
          • Economic Policy: An Agenda for the 1990s.
          • The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
          • 513
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 200-202.
          • Nicholas Spulber.
          • Managing the American Economy from Roosevelt to Reagan.
          • The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
          • 513
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 200-202.
          • Stephen Magee, William Brock, and Leslie Young.
          • Black Hole Tariffs and Endogenous Policy Theory.
          • Public Choice
          • 70
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 108-110.
          • Larry Sabato.
          • Paying for Elections.
          • Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
          • 9
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 577-581.
          • Herbert Alexander.
          • Comparative Political Finance in the 1980s.
          • Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
          • 9
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 577-581.
          • Theodore Eismeier and Phillip Pollock III.
          • Business, Money, and the Rise of Corporate PACs in American Elections.
          • Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
          • 9
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 577-581.
          • Rein Taagepera and Matthew Shugart.
          • Seats and Votes: The Effects and Determinants of Electoral Systems.
          • American Political Science Review
          • 84
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 676-677.
          • R.H. Coase.
          • The Firm, The Market, and the Law.
          • Public Choice
          • 65
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 295-296.
          • Kenneth Meier.
          • Regulation: Politics, Bureaucracy, and Economics and The Political Economy of Regulation: The Case of Insurance.
          • Public Choice
          • 62
          • (1989)
          • :
          • 192-195.
          • Jerry S. Kelly.
          • Social Choice Theory: An Introduction.
          • Public Choice
          • 62
          • (1989)
          • :
          • 97-98.
          • Hyman P. Minsky.
          • Stabilizing and Unstable Economy.
          • The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
          • 494
          • (1987)
          • :
          • 205-206.
          • Lloyd Jeffrey Dumas.
          • The Over-Burdened Economy.
          • The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
          • 494
          • (1987)
          • :
          • 205-206.
          • John Ravenhill.
          • Collective Clientelism: The Lome Conventions and North-South Relations.
          • The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
          • 493
          • (1986)
          • :
          • 219-220.
          • James J. Hughes and Richard Perlman.
          • The Economics of Unemployment: A Comparative Analysis of Britain and the United States.
          • Journal of Labor Research
          • 7
          • (1986)
          • :
          • 381-382.
      • Other

          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Everybody Loves Mikey."
          • Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,
          • 2005.
          • (http://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2005 /Mungerinvisiblehand.html)
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "The Thing Itself."
          • Econ Lib.
          • .
          • Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,
          • (2005)
          • .
          • (http://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2005 /Mungerthing.html)
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Democracy is a Means, Not an End."
          • Econ Lib.
          • .
          • Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,
          • (2005)
          • .
          • (http://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2005 /Mungerdemocracy.html)
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Tragedy of the Malecon: Is Cuba 'Domestic Politics?."
          • Econ Lib.
          • .
          • Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN,
          • (2004)
          • .
          • (http://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2004 /MungerCuba.html)
          • M.C. Munger.
          • "Political Parties and Campaign Finance, Written Testimony."
          • Rules and Administration Committee, U.S. Senate,
          • 2000.
          • (http://rules.senate.gov/hearings/2000/04500h rg.htm)
          • M. Munger.
          • "Forum: The Dead Cats of November."
          • PS: Political Science and Politics
          • (1995)
          • .
          • M. Munger with William Stockard.
          • "The Environmental Protection Agency in the Triangle."
          • Center for Urban and Regional Studies, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill,
          • 1995.
          • (Served as a basis for Environmental Protection Agency Report (U.S.G.P.O., December 1996).)
          • M. Munger with Frayda Bluestein.
          • "Single Prime and Multi-Prime Contracting in North Carolina Public Construction: A Report Submitted Under Contract to the N.C. State Building Commission."
          • Raleigh, NC: State Building Commission,
          • 1994.
          • 43.
          • M. Munger with Dennis Coates and Victoria Heid.
          • "The Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Waste in America: Gridlock in the States."
          • St. Louis, MO: Center for the Study of American Business, Occasional Paper No. 119,
          • 1992.
          • M. Munger with Dennis Coates.
          • "Nuclear Waste and the Bug Letter."
          • Raleigh News and Observer,
          • August 11, 1991.
          • 7J.
          • M. Munger.
          • "A Time-series Investigation into Factors Influencing U.S. Auto Assembly Employment."
          • Bureau of Economics Staff Report to the Federal Trade Commission,
          • 1985.
          • M. Munger.
          • "Tax Implications of Reagan's Trade Policy."
          • Policy Report
          • .
          • Cato Institute,
          • (1984)
          • .
          • M. Munger with Murray L. Weidenbaum.
          • "Protectionism: Who Gets Protected?."
          • Consumer's Research Magazine,
          • 1983.
          • 16-19.
          • M. Munger with Murray L. Weidenbaum and Ronald J. Penoyer.
          • "Toward a More Open Trade Policy."
          • St. Louis, MO: Center for the Study of American Business, Formal Publication No. 53,
          • 1983.
          • M. Munger.
          • "America's Costly Trade Barriers."
          • The New York Times,
          • July 19, 1983.
          • F29.
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