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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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The Austrian School and Spontaneous Order: Comment on O'Driscoll

Volume 1 (Spring 1979) Lawrence H. White In the penultimate section of his paper on "Spontaneous Order and the Coordination of Economic Activities," [1] Gerald O'Driscoll performs a valuable service in bringing into the open a controversy, sparked by Professor Lachmann's thought,...

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The New Generation: Part 2 (William Anderson, Christopher Westley, Gregory Dempster)

Volume 22, Number 3 (Fall 2002) William L. Anderson, Christoper Westley, and Gregory Dempster are interviewed about their experiences and study of the Austrian School.

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The Kirznerian Way: An Interview with Israel M. Kirzner

Volume 17, Number 1 (Spring 1997) No living economist is as closely identified with the Austrian School as Israel M. Kirzner, professor of economics at New York University, a leader of the generation of Austrians after Mises and Hayek, and an adjunct scholar of the Mises Institute. He wrote his...

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W. H. Hutt's Pen Falls Silent (Full Edition of Vol. 9, No. 3)

Volume 9, Number 3 (Spring/Summer 1988) Morgan O. Reynolds discusses W. H. Hutt's life work, his contributions to economics, and the legacy he will leave behind...

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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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