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Richard Vedder

Works Published inQuarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

Vedder is Edwin and Ruth Kennedy Distinguished Professor of Economics and Faculty Associate, Contemporary History Institute, Ohio University.

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Review of Wages and Labor Markets in the United States, 1820-1860, by Robert A. Margo

Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Margo concludes what Austrian economists have surmised all along, namely that the rise in real wages during this period very closely approximated the rise in worker productivity.

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qjae4_1_6.pdf

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How Big Is the Austrian Tent? A Reply to Barnett and Block

Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
It appears that the obvious intent of the recent paper by Professor Barnett and Professor Block (2006), “Gallaway and Vedder on Stabilization Policy,” is to reveal to the Austrian community...

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qjae9_3_5.pdf

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Hoover and Wages in the Depression: A Comment on Douglas MacKenzie: A Rejoinder

Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
It is suggested in Daniel Kuehn’s article in this issue (2011) that MacKenzie (2010) is wrong about Hoover’s effectiveness in pushing a high wage policy that caused high unemployment...

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qjae14_4_4.pdf

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The Austrian Market Share in the Marketplace for Ideas, 1871-2025

Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Persons with an Austrian perspective must evaluate the probability that an Austrian message will reduce their publication chances in mainstream journals.

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qjae3_1_3.pdf

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A Passion for Economics: An Interview with Richard K. Vedder

Austrian Economics Newsletter
Volume 19, Number 1 (Spring 1999) An Interview With Richard K. Vedder Richard K. Vedder is professor of economics at Ohio University and an adjunct scholar of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. He is the author of Out of Work: Unemployment and Government in Twentieth-Century America and Poverty,...

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