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The Foundations of Modern Austrian Economics, ed. with an Introduction by Edwin G. Dolan (Kansas City: Sheed and Ward, 1976).
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Edwin G. Dolan is Assistant Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College. His major scholarly publications include “Alienation, Freedom, and Economic Organization,” Journal of Political Economy 79(September-October 1971):1084-94; “The Teleological Period in Soviet Planning,” Yale Economics Essays 10 (Spring 1970):3–41; and TANSTAAFL: An Economic Strategy for the Environmental Crisis (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1971).
Gerald Patrick O’Driscoll, Jr., is Assistant Professor of Economics at Iowa State University. His dissertation is entitled “F. A. Hayek’s Contributions to Economics” (University of California, 1973). His recent publications include “The Specialization Gap and the Ricardo Effect: Comment on Ferguson,” History of Political Economy 7(Summer 1975):261–69.
Israel M. Kirzner is Professor of Economics at New York University. His major works on economic theory include The Economic Point of View (Princeton: D. Van Nostrand, 1960); An Essay on Capital (New York: Augustus M. Kelley, 1966); and Competition and Entrepreneurship (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1973).
Ludwig M. Lachmann is currently Visiting Professor of Economics at New York University. His major writings include Capital and Its Structure (London: Bell & Sons, 1956); The Legacy of Max Weber (London: Heinemann, 1970); and Macroeconomic Thinking and the Market Economy (London: Institute of Economic Affairs, 1973).
Murray N. Rothbard is Professor of Economics at Polytechnic Institute of New York. Among his numerous publications in economics, history, and the social sciences are the following titles: Man, Economy, and State, 2 vols. (Princeton: D. Van Nostrand, 1962); America’s Great Depression (Princeton: D. Van Nostrand, 1972); and Power and Market: Government and the Economy (Menlo Park, Calif.: Institute for Humane Studies, 1970).
Sudha R. Shenoy is Lecturer in Economics at The Cranfield School of Management at Bedford, United Kingdom. Her major writings on economics include “A Note on Mr. Sandesara’s Critique,” Indian Economic Journal, April-June 1967; India: Progress or Poverty? A Review of Central Planning in India, 1951–69, Institute of Economic Affairs Research Paper No. 27 (London) 1971. She has edited F. A. Hayek’s major pronouncements on the theory of inflation and the economics of J. M. Keynes under the title A Tiger by the Tail, Institute of Economic Affairs, Hobart Paper no. 4 (London, 1972).
[20.]John W. Baldwin, The Medieval Theories of the Just Price, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society (Philadelphia: July 1959); see also the review of Baldwin by A. R. Bridbury, Economic History Review 12(April 1960): 512–14.