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Larry J. Sechrest

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Larry Sechrest (1946-2008) was professor of economics at Sul Ross University, adjunct scholar of the Mises Institute, and author of Free Banking: Theory and History of a Laissez-Faire Model.

Public Goods and Private Solutions in Maritime History

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Among all those goods which have been offered as examples of public goods, national defense and lighthouses have been among the most frequently cited.

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Praxeology, Economics, and Law: Issues and Implications

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The praxeological method is an efficacious way to investigate the fundamental theoretical questions at the heart of any study of human endeavor.

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Explaining Malinvestment and Overinvestment

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Mainstream macroeconomists may—-and do—-disagree with such an assessment, but Austrian macroeconomists rightly consider the Misesian/Hayekian theory of the business cycle...

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Capital, Credit, and the Medium Run

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Time and Money is a multifaceted achievement. Within its pages the reader will encounter business cycle theory, capital theory, comparative economic thought

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Risk and Business Cycles: New and Old Austrian Perspectives by Tyler Cowen

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This very ambitious book starts with the high promise of a radically new and superior theory of business cycles, but when it ends the reader cannot resist the conclusion that the promise has gone unfulfilled.

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