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Sweet!

Great post Pete. I don't know Tollison's work as well as say Buchanan, Tullock, or Wagner, but this makes me want to start right away. Where would you begin, especially with interest to the Austrian/Virginia connections?

P.S. I say this every time but keep coming with the stories of young Pete navigating the profession.

Brian,

Romance, Realism and the Politics of Economic Reform, Kyklos 1991.

Great Post Peter,

Robert Tollison seemed like a great man, I also looked into the link you provided for the obituary and saw that he was also praised for another book called "Economic Origins of Roman Christianity by Robert Ekelund and Robert Tollison" . The idea that religion has a sound business strategy to increase market share is an interesting topic.

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