Center for Governance and Markets, University of Pittsburgh
Email: tatefegley [at] protonmail.com
I study political economy with a focus on law and criminal justice institutions. My work has appeared in economics and criminal justice journals including Public Choice and Policing: An International Journal of Strategies and Management.
Fegley, Tate and K.F. Israel. The Disutility of Labor. Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 23(2), 171-179.
Fegley, Tate. (2020) Police Unions and Officer Privileges. The Independent Review, 25(2), 1-22.
Leeson, Peter T., M. Scott King and Tate Fegley (2019). Regulating Quack Medicine. Public Choice, 182(2), 1-14.
Fegley, Tate and Lisa Growette Bostaph (2018). Is Bigger Better? An Analysis of Economies of Scale and Market Power in Police Departments. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 41(5), 578-592.
Fegley, Tate (2015). Land Of The Free, Home Of The Imprisoned: A Comparison Of Incarceration Rates Among The U.S. And Other Industrialized Nations. Political Dialogues: Journal of Political Theory. 19. 21-32.
Fegley, Tate. Policing and Economic Calculation.
Dominiak, Lukasz and Tate Fegley. Should Libertarians Reject the Title Transfer Theory of Contracts?