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There is no "proof" that bureaucracies "fail" in the sense that individual bureaucrats try to maximize budget size, that employees seek only private interest and shun their more traditionally conceived roles as promoters of "public interest". When we extend the analysis to the behavior of elected politicians, to legislators, these are modelled as seeking almost single-mindedly to maintain the perquisites of office. Each legislator tries to "buy" the favor of voters by spending on the provision of services and transfers that cater directly to the particular coalition of voters selected exclusively on electoral grounds.
The potential for improvement in the moral-ethical standards of conduct on the part of persons who act in positions of decision-making authority should never be neglected. Sir Dennis Robertson said we should always try to economize on love and try to find ways to do so institutionally. But this is not the same thing as saying that greed is better than love in those settings where dependence on the "good offices" of others is necessary. The balance here can, of course, be overdrawn. The moral zealot in positions of political power may well be less desirable than the private selfseeker who is on the take more or less openly.
As Professor Hayek has said, however, nothing is inevitable but thinking makes it so. For myself, I want "Public Choice" to merge with and to develop into "Public Philosophy", as a set of integrated ideas about the foundations of social order that will set us back on the high road. Achievement and Limits of Public Choice 25 References Buchanan, J. , Cost and Choice. An Inquiry in Economic Theory, Chicago: Markham Publishing Co. 1969. Coase, R. , The Problem of Social Cost, Journal of Law and Economics, 3 (1960), pp.