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We must reckon on other-than-economic arguments in individual utility functions, both in market dealings and in political dealings. But we must also keep in mind that the economic argument always remains in utility functions as an important and relevant argument, in individual behavior, in markets and in politics. In a somewhat modest, but surely defensible sense, we can say I think that the methodological lesson to be drawn from Public Choice is nothing more than this admonition. 8. The Minimax Principle of Institutional Design There are important implications for institutional design, however, that are contained in the ecumenical utility-funct~on approach that I think we must adopt to make meaningful progress, both in diagnosing the performance of institutions and in organizing improvements.

Kantor, "Rational Expectations and Economic Thought", Journal of Economic Literature, 1979, p. 1429). Niskanen, W. (1971), Bureaucracy and Representative Government, Chicago: Aldine Atherton. N. N. (1980), "Odds Against Medical-School Admission Exaggerated", New England Journal of Medicine, May 1, 1980. Peyrefitte, A. ( 1976), Le Mal Fran9ais, Paris: Pion. Stigler, G. J. (1971), "The Theory of Economic Regulation", Bel/Journal of Economics and Management Science, Spring 1971, 2 ( 1), pp. 3-21. , K.

We must reckon on other-than-economic arguments in individual utility functions, both in market dealings and in political dealings. But we must also keep in mind that the economic argument always remains in utility functions as an important and relevant argument, in individual behavior, in markets and in politics. In a somewhat modest, but surely defensible sense, we can say I think that the methodological lesson to be drawn from Public Choice is nothing more than this admonition. 8. The Minimax Principle of Institutional Design There are important implications for institutional design, however, that are contained in the ecumenical utility-funct~on approach that I think we must adopt to make meaningful progress, both in diagnosing the performance of institutions and in organizing improvements.

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