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Noun: constitutional economics
  1. A branch of economics which focuses on the conditions that exist in and choices constrained by the legal framework of a political constitution.
    "Similarly, constitutional economics suggests that in matters of constitutional choice it is essential that participants can choose for themselves through the unanimity rule whether the rules are in their own interest."

Type of: economic science, economics, political economy

Encyclopedia: Constitutional economics