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Classical Liberalism and the Austrian School

BooksFebruary 15, 2012
Here is the book to learn classical liberalism from the ground up, written by the foremost historian in the Austrian tradition — Ralph Raico...

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Liberalism: In the Classical Tradition

BooksJuly 20, 2005
This is Mises's classic statement in defense of a free society.

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The School of Salamanca

BooksJune 11, 2009
The thinkers of the Salamanca School were pro-market, pro-hard money, anti-state in many ways, pro-property, and pro-merchant to a surprising extent. Their theoretical orientation was subjectivist, marginalist, and process oriented. In other words, the Salamanca School represented a kind of proto-...

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The Gold Standard: Perspectives in the Austrian School

BooksOctober 29, 2007
The contributors to this notable anthology edited by Lew Rockwell argue for one particular sort of reform: a return to the gold standard.

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Historical Setting of the Austrian School of Economics

BooksJuly 20, 2005
An intellectual history of Mises's own tradition, with first person accounts of conversations with the greats.

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An Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought

BooksSeptember 1, 2010
This is one of Rothbard’s most important scholarly works. In the first volume, he traces the history of economics from the ancient Greeks to Adam Smith; and in the second volume, he discusses British classical economics, the French school of classical liberalism, and Marxism...

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The Austrian School of Economics: A History of Its Ideas, Ambassadors, and Institutions

BooksFebruary 24, 2011
A guide to the history, ideas, and institutions of the Austrian School of economics written by two Austrian intellectuals who have gone to the sources themselves to provide a completely new look at the tradition and what it means for the future.

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The Great Austrian Economists

BooksNovember 22, 2008
This collection presents ideas from the full sweep of this intellectual history, highlighting fifteen thinkers who made the greatest contribution to advancing the Austrian School of economics.

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The Theory of Economic Policy in English Classical Political Economy

BooksAugust 10, 2010
Based on lectures on Theories of Economic Policy, which Robbins delivered at the London School of Economics in 1939.

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Why Austrian Economics Matters

BooksAugust 1, 2007
Often regarded as the best single overview of the teachings of the Austrian school, its contribution to the history of ideas, and the political implications of Austrian economic theory.

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Review of Austrian Economics, Full Collection

BooksMay 9, 2012
In 1987, The Review of Austrian Economics was founded and edited by Murray N. Rothbard, and functioned as the premier Austrian School scholarly journal.

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The Philosophical Origins of Austrian Economics

BooksJune 17, 2006
David Gordon examines some of the philosophical influences on the founders of the Austrian school.

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The Viennese School of Economics: A History of its Ideas, Proponents, and Institutions

BooksMarch 13, 2010
The Viennese School of Economics, also called the Austrian School of Economics, was founded by Carl Menger in Vienna during the last third of the 19th century, and enjoys to this day a vibrant teaching tradition. Since the early 1900s this teaching tradition has been a significant influence on the...

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Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism

BooksSeptember 3, 2007
Hülsmann's sweeping intellectual biography — constructed from original sources — of the 20th century's most astonishing dissident intellectual...

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The Liberal Tradition from Fox to Keynes

BooksOctober 7, 2010
Long before our time, the word liberal meant: leave society alone to manage itself. In economics, it meant laissez-faire and private property. In government, it meant the rule of law. In civic life, it meant more liberty. Freedom was the watchword, the solution to whatever ailed the social order.

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An Introduction to Austrian Economics

BooksJuly 20, 2005
Taylor discusses all the fundamental aspects of Austrian thought, from subjectivism and marginal utility to inflation and the business cycle.

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Mises Introduces the Austrian School

Mises DailyJune 26, 2009
"What distinguishes the Austrian School and will lend it everlasting fame is its doctrine of economic action, in contrast to one of economic equilibrium or nonaction."...

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American Liberalism and World Politics: 1931-1941

BooksAugust 27, 1964
This fascinating deconstruction the drift of American "liberal" opinion from peace to war between 1931 and 1941...

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