Origins of Constitutional Economics

Constitutional economics takes into account the significant effects of political economic decisions in contrast to limiting analysis to be able to economic relationships as functions on the dynamics of distribution of “marketable” things and services. “The political economist who seeks to offer normative advice, target the process as well as structure within which in turn political decisions are observed to get made. Existing constitutions, as well as structures or rules, are the subject matter of critical scrutiny.” Here also describe ethics of constitutional citizenship.