This course provides an in-depth overview of the modern Austrian School, its theory, approach to history, and policy implications. The coursework is divided into 52 lessons to cover 52 weeks, a complete year of study that can be pursued at home (enrollment in the classroom forum requires separate tuition). With the Home Study Course, you can stick to the schedule or go at your own pace. Purchase now.
The year-long course is designed by Professor Robert Murphy (PhD, NYU) who teaches economics at Hillsdale College. Each week covers one topic discussed in an hour-long lecture and related readings. It includes study questions to guide your learning and research. The audio lectures were selected from among hundreds of hours of lectures so that you are given access to the best of the best, with lectures by great Austrian economists ranging over 30 years. In other words, it gives you what no live classroom can, which is the opportunity to study with a huge faculty of specialists and their speeches over a long span of time.
The lessons are divided into these general areas: The Core of Austrian Theory, Ethical Foundations, Applied Economic Topics, Government Distortions, Economic History, Alternative Schools of Thought, and Perspectives on the Past and Future. Within each are the 52 lectures, tied to readings from the Austrian literature.
The boxed set arrives with a Study Guide, 16 books, a Supplemental Readings packet, and 52 hours of audio lectures. Everything is included. You do not need internet access to undertake and complete the course. The full price for the set is $350. It includes:
- Home Study CD, with 52 hours of lectures (format: MP3 on CD) from Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Walter Block, Joseph Salerno, Thomas DiLorenzo, Thomas Woods, J?rg Guido H?lsmann, George Reisman, Ralph Raico, Robert Higgs, Roger Garrison, Peter Klein, Jeffrey Herbener, Mark Thornton, Lew Rockwell, David Gordon, Richard Vedder, Richard Ebeling, David Osterfeld, and Robert Murphy. In addition, there are classic lectures by Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, and Robert LeFevre
- Complete 52-week Study Guide with study questions
- Supplemental Readings packet
- The following complete books:
- 15 Great Austrian Economists, Randall Holcombe
- Against Leviathan, Robert Higgs
- An Introduction to Economic Reasoning, David Gordon
- Introduction to Austrian Economics, Thomas Taylor
- Antitrust: The Case for Repeal, D.T. Armentano
- Austrian Theory of the Trade Cycle and Other Essays, by Mises et al.
- Chaos Theory, Robert Murphy
- Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth, Ludwig von Mises
- Economic Science and the Austrian Method, Hans-Hermann Hoppe
- Economics for Real People, Gene Callahan
- Economics in One Lesson, Henry Hazlitt
- Economics of Liberty, ed. Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
- Education: Free and Compulsory, Murray Rothbard
- Theory and History, Ludwig von Mises
- Two Essays by Ludwig von Mises, Ludwig von Mises
- What Has Government Done to Our Money?, Murray Rothbard
There is no better way to study Austrian economics than from this organized curriculum, many years in preparation. It will train you to think through all economic problems. Whether you are preparing for college, graduate school, professional life, or just want to sharpen your economic and political world view, this is the ideal program. Order the Home Study Course now.
(Items in the course are part of a package, and there is no discount for excluded items; only the books are sold separately)
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