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Subjective Value Theory: A Reformulation

July 20, 2005
Volume 12, Number 1 (Fall 1990) The method of Austrian economics stresses the use of words and concepts rather than mathematics, but, unlike mathematics, words and concepts change their meaning through time. That f '(x) < 0 implies a negatively sloping curve was as clear. to Newton as it is...

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An Interview with Fritz Machlup

July 20, 2005
Austrian Economics Newsletter , Vol 3, No. 1, Summer 1980. Fritz Machlup's contributions to economics span a period of over 45 years. Born in 1902 in Wiener Neusstadt, Austria, he published his first book Die Goldkernwahrung (The Gold Exchange Standard) in 1925, the outgrowth of a dissertation...

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An Interview with Leland B. Yeager

June 1, 1991
Volume 12, Number 3 (Summer 1991) AEN: Throughout your career as an economist, you have shown interest in social ethics. YEAGER: I don't see anything peculiar about economists being interested in ethics. The two fields overlap. Both are concerned with how people can function together in society...

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A Life Among Austrians: An Interview With George Koether

Volume 20, Number 3 (Fall 2000) George Kother is interviewed on his encounters with Ludwig von Mises and the evolution of Austrian Economics in the United States.

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Misesian for Life: An Interview with Hans F. Sennholz

Volume 22, Number 1 (Spring 2002) Hans F. Sennholz in interviewed about Austrian Theory, Government intervention, and how Ludwig von Mises affected his life.

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Why We're Winning: An Interview with Joseph T. Salerno

Volume 16, Number 3 (Fall 1996) An Interview with Joseph T. Salerno Joseph Salerno, professor of economics at Pace University, is a leading figure in today's growing Austrian School. He has been a pioneer in many fields, including monetary theory, comparative systems, the history of thought,...

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The Question of Apriorism [Full Edition of Vol. 12, No. 1]

Volume 12, Number 1 (Fall 1990) Barry Smith discusses Aristotelian methodology and apriorism in Austrian Economics.

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Austrian Watchdog at Barron's: An Interview with Gene Epstein

Volume 20, Number 2 (Summer 2000) An Interview with Gene Epstein Gene Epstein, former chief economist for the New York Stock Exchange, is economics editor at Barron's, where he writes a regular column from the perspective of Austrian economics. He delivered the Hazlitt lecture at the Austrian...

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Viewpoints on the "New" Austrian Monetary Economics [Full Edition of Vol. 6, No. 2]

Volume 6, Number 2 (Spring 1986) Three grauate students in economics, a monetarist sympathizer, a modern Keynesian, and a believer in Austrian economics, discuss Austrian theory.

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Austrian Economics and the Public Mind

Volume 16, Number 1 by Michael Prowse Michael Prowse, the American economics correspondent for the Financial Times of London, has been compared with Henry Hazlitt for the clarity of his thought and prose, and for his use of Austrian insights in his writing. This speech was delivered at the Mises...

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