The Foundations of Modern Austrian Economics

Edited by: Dolan, Edwin G.
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First Pub. Date
1976
Publisher/Edition
Kansas City: Sheed and Ward, Inc.
Pub. Date
1976
Comments
Collected essays, various authors. 1976 conference proceedings. Includes essays by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Israel M. Kirzner, Murray N. Rothbard, Ludwig M. Lachmann, and more.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Preface
PART 1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Austrian Economics as Extraordinary Science, by Edwin G. Dolan
PART 2 THEORY AND METHOD
2.1 Praxeology: The Methodology of Austrian Economics, by Murray N. Rothbard
2.2 On the Method of Austrian Economics, by Israel M. Kirzner
2.3 New Light on the Prehistory of the Austrian School, by Murray N. Rothbard
2.4 Philosophical and Ethical Implications of Austrian Economics, by Israel M. Kirzner
2.5 Praxeology, Value Judgments, and Public Policy, by Murray N. Rothbard
PART 3 APPLICATIONS
3.1 Equilibrium versus Market Process, by Israel M. Kirzner
3.2 On the Central Concept of Austrian Economics: Market Process, by Ludwig M. Lachmann
3.3 The Theory of Capital, by Israel M. Kirzner
3.4 On Austrian Capital Theory, by Ludwig M. Lachmann
3.5 Toward a Critique of Macroeconomics, by Ludwig M. Lachmann
3.6 The Austrian Theory of Money, by Murray N. Rothbard
3.7 Inflation, Recession, and Stagflation, by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr., and Sudha R. Shenoy
PART 4 CONCLUSION
4.1 Austrian Economics in the Age of the Neo-Ricardian Counterrevolution, by Ludwig M. Lachmann
Selected Bibliography
Contributors
Footnotes
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