Cross-discipline of economics and political science which models political decisions as strategic actions to maximize individual utility. This school of thought was formalized by James M. Buchanan, Jr. and Gordon Tullock, and is closely related to the Law and Economics school.

According to Public Choice theory:

Public Choice is a big deal at George Mason University.

Public Choice should not be confused with Social Choice, a completely different cross-discipline of economics and political science.

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