Boudreaux coauthors new book on Nobel Laureate, James Buchanan

Economics professor Don Boudreaux has coauthored a new book, The Essential James Buchanan, covering the key insights and contributions of this American economist and 1986 Nobel Prize winner, whose scholarship led to the development of the field of public choice economics. Dr. Buchanan, a George Mason University distinguished professor emeritus, was the co-founder of George Mason's Center for Study of Public Choice.     

The book, published by the Fraser Institute, is accompanied by a website and educational videos created to make this publication and Buchanan's essential ideas accessible to a broad audience.