Category:Public choice theory

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Public choice theory

Public choice, or public choice theory, is "the use of economic tools to deal with traditional problems of political science."[1]

A Libertarian pseudo-science invented to justify privatization of government functions. It pretends that economic tools and how they are used are somehow not political, that political systems will always fall into corruption, and ignores that private companies will sacrifice long-term public good for short-term private profit, unless heavily regulated. (Which they are also strongly against.)

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