Barry R. Weingast

Affiliations: 
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
General, Law, International Law and Relations
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Parents

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Morris P. Fiorina grad student Stanford
Roger Noll grad student 1978 Caltech (Econometree)

Children

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Mariano-Florentino Cuellar grad student 2001 Stanford
Douglas B. Grob grad student 2001 Stanford
Sean M. Theriault grad student 2001 Stanford
Francisco J. Monaldi grad student 2002 Stanford
Maite Careaga Taguena grad student 2005 Stanford
Juliana Bambaci grad student 2007 Stanford
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Carugati F, Ober J, Weingast BR. (2016) Development and Political Theory in Classical Athens Polis (United Kingdom). 33: 71-91
Rodriguez DB, Weingast BR. (2016) The "reformation of administrative law" revisited Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. 31: 782-807
Albertus M, Diaz-Cayeros A, Magaloni B, et al. (2016) Authoritarian Survival and Poverty Traps: Land Reform in Mexico World Development. 77: 154-170
Carugati F, Hadfield GK, Weingast BR. (2015) Building legal order in ancient athens Journal of Legal Analysis. 7: 291-324
Hadfield GK, Weingast BR. (2014) Microfoundations of the rule of law Annual Review of Political Science. 17: 21-42
Weingast BR. (2014) Second Generation Fiscal Federalism: Political Aspects of Decentralization and Economic Development World Development. 53: 14-25
Mittal S, Weingast BR. (2013) Self-enforcing constitutions: With an application to democratic stability in America's first century Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. 29: 278-302
Alberts S, Warshaw C, Weingast BR. (2012) Democratization and countermajoritarian institutions: Power and constitutional design in self-enforcing democracy Comparative Constitutional Design. 69-100
Hadfield GK, Weingast BR. (2012) Constitutions as coordinating devices Institutions, Property Rights, and Economic Growth: the Legacy of Douglass North. 121-150
Shepsle KA, Weingast BR. (2012) Why so much stability? Majority voting, legislative institutions, and Gordon Tullock Public Choice. 152: 83-95
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