Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

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Are Markets Like Language?

Philosophy and Methodology

05/14/2018Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Economics and language as fields of study overlap in ways that give economists a legitimate interest in both.
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Against Mistaken Moralizing

EducationMedia and Culture

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
What the author objects to is assertions about morality linked to misconceptions and word games concerning money and its functions, property, and titles. Modern money does not consist and does not pretend to consist of commodities.
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The Tactics of Secondhandism

Media and Culture

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
In this Journal of Spring 2000, Robert Tollison joins David Laband in reiterating a stretched conception of market test. Laband and Tollison recommend grading academic performance
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What Austrian Scholars Should Know About Logic (Any Why)

Philosophy and MethodologyPraxeology

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
hy is logic, usually thought of as a branch of philosophy, important to Austrian scholars, most of whom are economists and not philosophers? The aim of this paper is to sketch a number of reasons and draw some conclusions.
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A Capital-Based Theory of Secular Growth

Capital and Interest Theory

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Roger Garrison (2001) provides a welcome diagrammatic exposition of Austrian, capital-based macroeconomics. The exposition attempts to account not only for Austrian business cycles (ABCs), but also for long-run, secular growth.
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A Capital-Based Theory of Secular Growth: Reply to Engelhardt

Capital and Interest Theory

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Engelhardt’s analysis implicitly assumes away the presence of diminishing returns. Diminishing returns have long been at the heart of growth theory
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