July 20, 2005Eugen von Böhm-BawerkBöhm-Bawerk surveys and critiques failed theories of interest from antiquity to modern times, presents a full theory of the structure of production, and defends the importance of capital in production and time in the determination of the interest rate.
February 14, 2007Murray N. RothbardA year following the death of Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard wrote the book designed to inspire a new generation to take up the Misesian cause in economic theory and political action.
October 13, 1975Friedrich A. HayekThe essays collected in this volume are a selection from the various attempts made to develop the outline of a theory of industrial fluctuations contained in two of Hayek's books on Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle and Prices and Production ...
December 4, 2009Paul A. CantorStephen D. CoxIn a welcome change of critical perspective, Paul Cantor and Stephen Cox give an economic interpretation of literature from a pro-market point of view, not the standard Marxism take.
Roger W. GarrisonAs substantial as economist as Schumpeter could claim that interest is a disequilibrium phenomenon and fantasize about a long-run equilibrium where market forces have pushed the interest rate to zero.
August 10, 1991Ludwig von MisesIn these two essays, Mises demonstrates how poverty, starvation, disease, and serfdom dominated the pre-capitalist ages, and how the market brought liberation for the masses of men, and he lays out his theory that interventionism breeds on itself
June 27, 2005Thorsten PolleitEugen von Böhm-Bawerk expressed concern that the interest rate might not get rid of its "moral shade"—its moralischer Schatten . Thorsten Polleit chronicles the attempts to drive it to zero.