Learning to Rent-Seek: Collective Action and In-Kind Benefits in the Public Sector
Political Science, International Development, and International Affairs
Provides alternative specifications for public choice models that analyze the determinants of a variety of in-kind efforts to obtain monopoly rights or rent-seeking in the United States. Monopoly as creation of government; Hidden in-kind resource distortions within political process; Importance of societal stability in forming interest-group coalitions.
Applied Economics Letters
Mixon, F. G.,
McKenzie, R. W.
(1996). Learning to Rent-Seek: Collective Action and In-Kind Benefits in the Public Sector. Applied Economics Letters, 3(12), 755-757.
Available at: https://aquila.usm.edu/fac_pubs/5749