Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

Austrian Journals: A Critique of Rosen, Yeager, Laband and Tollison, and Vedder and Gallaway

The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

Volume 3, No. 2 (Summer 2000)


Both the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics and the Review of Austrian Economics are now publishing regularly and have been doing so ever since their respective inceptions. These periodicals have featured path breaking research from dozens of Austrians, and have managed to attract the contributions of several notable mainline economists such as Leland Yeager, Richard Timberlake, Harold Demsetz, Gordon Tullock, and Bruce Caldwell. To be sure, the goal “to completely displace the crisis-ridden but entrenched positivism (of the mainstream) by a vital and full-blown praxeological paradigm” has not yet been attained, but it is undeniable that the neoclassicals have been put on notice that their previous unchallenged preeminence is no more.

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