Review of Austrian Economics, Volumes 1-10

The Inflationary Chaos Ahead

JournalsNovember 25, 2014
The monetary outlook for the United States—and for the world—was never darker than it is today. The federal budget is unbalanced by some $200 billion a year, and the prospect of getting it back to a balance even five years from now is very dim. At the moment of this writing, the...

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Introductory Editorial

JournalsNovember 25, 2014
Demand calls forth supply in the world of economic journals as much as in the “real” economic world. The proliferation of new journals since World War II has been a function of the increasing number of Ph.D.s and of the acute exigencies of “publish or perish.” But there is...

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The Review of Austrian Economics

The Hermeneutical Invasion of Philosophy and Economics

JournalsOctober 16, 2006
See also "The Logic of Action Two" pp. 275-293...

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The Philosophy of Austrian Economics

JournalsJuly 20, 2005
The Philosophical Origins of Austrian Economics is a useful, clearly written study of the philosophical origins of Menger's theorizing in economics...

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Fiat Money as an Administrative Good

JournalsJuly 20, 2005
Yuri Kuznetsov suggests a scenario by which fiat money comes about, a scenario which may be useful for understanding some events in recent Russian history.

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Reply to Tabarrok

JournalsJuly 20, 2005
From The Review of Austrian Economics Vol. 5, No. 2, 1991.

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Ludwig von Mises's Monetary Theory in Light of Modern Monetary Thought

JournalsJuly 20, 2005
In re-evaluating the main elements of Mises's monetary theory, one thing especially stands out. Mises took great pains to establish his theory of money on the bedrock of value and price theory...

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Statistical Malfeasance and Interpreting Economic Phenomena

JournalsJuly 20, 2005
It took seven decades, but most people now accept what Ludwig von Mises explained three quarters of a century ago, namely, that centrally directed socialistic economies cannot succeed in coordinating vast numbers of interrelated decisions, in large part because of the information problem arising...

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The Efficient-Markets Hypothesis and Entrepreneurship

JournalsJuly 20, 2005
The entrepreneur is a key figure in the market economy. In a dynamic economy, ideas, products, and services are constantly changing. Entrepreneurship, broadly defined, refers to actions of individuals as they strive to cope with constantly changing market conditions.1 When viewed in this way, all...

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The Review of Austrian Economics

Slavery, Profitability, and the Market Process

JournalsJuly 20, 2005
Mark Skousen Saving the Depression: A New Look at World War II Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Paper Capture Plug-in

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