What the state should look like varies even among libertarians.
The black market refers to those markets involving extra-legal organizations and paths for the trade of goods and services.
Gordon Tullock contributed to the start of the public choice school of economics and countered status-quo arguments about the role of government in the market.
Bureaucratic organizations rely on hierarchal structures and uniform processes to accomplish tasks, an approach to organization that libertarians often critique.
The Ostroms founded the Bloomington School of Institutional Analysis at the University of Indiana, dedicated to self-governance and evaluating state institutions.