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Per Bylund

Tags The EntrepreneurCalculation and KnowledgeCapital and Interest TheoryEntrepreneurshipProduction Theory

Works Published inQuarterly Journal of Austrian EconomicsThe Free MarketWho Is ...The AustrianSpeeches and PresentationsMises Daily ArticleLibertarian Papers

AwardsLawrence W. Fertig Prize in Austrian Economics

Per Bylund, PhD, is a Fellow of the Mises Institute and Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship & Records-Johnston Professor of Free Enterprise in the School of Entrepreneurship in the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University, and an Associate Fellow of the Ratio Institute in Stockholm. He has previously held positions at Baylor University and the University of Missouri. Dr. Bylund has published research in top journals in both entrepreneurship and management as well as in both the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics and the Review of Austrian Economics. He is the author of two full-length books: The Seen, the Unseen, and the Unrealized: How Regulations Affect our Everyday Lives, and The Problem of Production: A New Theory of the Firm. He edits the Austrian Economics book series at Agenda Publishing, and edited the volume The Next Generation of Austrian Economics: Essays In Honor of Joseph T. Salerno, published by the Mises Institute. He has founded four business startups and writes a monthly column for Entrepreneur magazine. For more information see PerBylund.com

All Works

The Supposed Failure of Economics

Big GovernmentCalculation and Knowledge

Blog04/04/2017
The left has always been anti-economics for the simple reason that economics shows the real cost of progressive policy.
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Per Bylund: Who Built That?

The Entrepreneur

03/24/2017Audio/Video
Per Bylund discusses why the role of the entrepreneur is almost completely disregarded by most economists.
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Economic Action Beyond the Extent of the Market

EntrepreneurshipPraxeology

03/15/2017Audio/Video
Per Bylund presents the 2017 Murray N. Rothbard Memorial Lecture.
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Higher Costs Don’t Mean Higher Prices

Free MarketsInterventionismPrices

Blog03/07/2017
Driving up costs for cocaine dealers has not led to a similar rise in street price. This is because prices are not based on the cost of production.
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How Governments Destroy Consumer Sovereignty

Calculation and KnowledgeEntrepreneurshipInterventionismPrices

Blog02/07/2017
The entrepreneur's job is to shape his whole enterprise around consumer wants. Unfortunately, governments often get in the way.
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