Brad R. Taylor
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Rational choice
A Hindmoor, B Taylor
Palgrave, 2015
2142015
Seasteading: Competitive governments on the ocean
P Friedman, B Taylor
Kyklos 65 (2), 218-235, 2012
35*2012
Anarchy, preferences, and robust political economy
BR Taylor, E Crampton
Available at SSRN 1340779, 2009
142009
Entry Barriers and Competitive Governance
P Friedman, BR Taylor
Journal of Special Jurisdictions 1 (1), 51-82, 2020
13*2020
The cost of cost studies
E Crampton, M Burgess, B Taylor
College of Business and Economics, 2011
122011
Analytic radicalism
B Taylor
Constitutional Political Economy 24 (2), 166-172, 2013
112013
Do social exclusion and remoteness explain the digital divide in Australia? Evidence from a panel data estimation approach
M Afshar Ali, K Alam, B Taylor
Economics of Innovation and New Technology 29 (6), 643-659, 2020
72020
Robust political economy: Clarifications and applications
BR Taylor
University of Canterbury. Social and Political Sciences, 2010
7*2010
What's in a cost? Comparing economic and public health measures of alcohol's social costs
E Crampton, M Burgess, B Taylor
University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2012
62012
The lack of competition in governance as an impediment to regional development in Australia
BR Taylor
Agenda: A Journal of Policy Analysis and Reform 24 (1), 21-30, 2017
52017
Exit and the epistemic quality of voice
BR Taylor
Economic Affairs 36 (2), 133-144, 2016
52016
Strategic and expressive voting
BR Taylor
Constitutional Political Economy 26 (2), 159-170, 2015
52015
Governing seasteads: An outline of the options
B Taylor
Retrieved from The Seasteading Institute website: http://www. seasteading …, 2010
52010
Incorporating affordability, efficiency, and quality in the ICT development index: Implications for index building and ICT policymaking
M Afshar Ali, K Alam, B Taylor
The Information Society 36 (2), 71-96, 2020
42020
Measuring the concentration of information and communication technology infrastructure in Australia: Do affordability and remoteness matter?
MA Ali, K Alam, B Taylor
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 70, 100737, 2020
32020
Does digital inclusion affect quality of life? Evidence from Australian household panel data
MA Ali, K Alam, B Taylor, S Rafiq
Telematics and Informatics, 101405, 2020
32020
Exit and voice: papers from a revisionist public choice perspective
B Taylor
The Australian National University, 2014
32014
The psychological foundations of rational ignorance: biased heuristics and decision costs
BR Taylor
Constitutional Political Economy 31 (1), 70-88, 2020
22020
Economic Perspectives on Government
K Dowding, BR Taylor
Palgrave Pivot, 2020
22020
Do income distribution and socio-economic inequality affect ICT affordability? Evidence from Australian household panel data
MA Ali, K Alam, B Taylor, S Rafiq
Economic Analysis and Policy 64, 317-328, 2019
22019
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