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Roger W. Garrison

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Roger Garrison, a professor of economics at Auburn University and adjunct scholar of the Mises Institute, is the author of Time and Money: The Macroeconomics of Capital Structure. See his web page. Send him mail.

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Time and Money: The Macroeconomics of Capital Structure, by Roger W. Garrison

JournalsJuly 1, 2001
Roger Garrison's long-awaited book compares and contrasts Austrian business cycle theory with a number of other approaches, including Monetarism, New Classicism, and New Keynesianism;...

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Natural and Neutral Rates of Interest in Theory and Policy Formulation

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In contemporary policy discussions, the interest rate occupies center stage if only because the much-watched federal funds rate is the Federal Reserve’s sole surviving policy target...

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Capital and Time in Ecological Economics: Neo-Austrian Modelling

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Factoring into our national accounting scheme the true value of nonrenewable resources and the imputed value of natural-resource degradation is seen as an essential corrective for the myopia that would otherwise distort the market process.

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The Austrian Theory of Value and Capital: Studies in the Life and Work of Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk

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As substantial as economist as Schumpeter could claim that interest is a disequilibrium phenomenon and fantasize about a long-run equilibrium where market forces have pushed the interest rate to zero.

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The Intertemporal Adam Smith

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From Adam Smith's day to our own, economists have tended to treat the intertemporal trade-off as something quite different from other trade-offs that market participants face...

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An Austrian Macroeconomist: An Interview with Roger W. Garrison

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Volume 20, Number 4 (Winter 2000) Roger W. Garrison is interviewed on his contributions to Austrian Economics.

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