This is Episode 92 of The Pragati Podcast hosted by Pavan Srinath.
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Is it rational to vote? Is it rational for us to think about government as a benign entity? Amit Varma is back on Episode 92 of The Pragati Podcast to talk about public choice theory and how it can inform our thinking about governments and public decision-making.
Amit Varma hosts The Seen and the Unseen podcast and was at the helm of Pragati for the last two years. Amit was last on The Pragati Podcast to talk about Liberty and a Free Society in Episode 34.
Some suggested links:
- Amit Varma’s BloombergQuint column that uses public choice theory.
- Public Choice: A Primer, by Eamonn Butler.
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