Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
When I Was Six
Murray Rothbard told us that liberty is what allows human flourishing, that liberty requires private property rights and the non aggression principle (NAP), and that this nation was conceived in liberty.
What do mainstream economists tell us today? I attended a seminar in my department a few weeks ago. As everyone walked into the room, the presenter had an equation showing on a powerpoint slide via a projector. Before really getting started, a lively discussion began—all about whether the function should be Cobb-Douglas or CES and whether the data were aggregated in one way or another and whether this or that parameter should be present. This is what passes for economics these days in mainstream departments. ...