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National Council on Economic Education, Colorado, October 3-6, 2007
Liberty Fund has a deep and ongoing interest in the study of economics which is manifested in a number of ways:
- We publish numerous books on economics, including the works of James Buchanan, Adam Smith, David Ricardo, John Stuart Mill, and Ludwig von Mises. See our online catalog for more details.
- We host a website devoted to economics, The Library of Economics and Liberty (Econlib) which has monthly articles on economic topics from around the world, a blog for the discussion of economic ideas (EconLog), a collection of interviews and podcasts (EconTalk), resources for high school teachers of economics, and a encyclopedia of economics.
- Economics is one of the many subject areas to be found at the Online Library of Liberty which hosts nearly 1,000 classic works on the history and theory of individual liberty, limited constitutional government, and free markets.
The OLL has the following resources of interest to economists:
- In the Library - a collection of 282 titles in the subject area of economics, including the works of
- The Intellectual Portrait Series which are 25 hour long interviews with leading economists such as Armen Alchian, James Buchanan, Milton Friedman, Lord Harris and Arthur Seldon, Israel Kirzner, and Anthony de Jasay (available in MP3 for download)
- In the Forum - hundreds of essays, bibliographies, biographies, essays, and other study guides on economic matters, including
- essays on leading economists such as Bastiat, Hayek, Mill, Ricardo, Smith
- essays on scores of economic topics
- a portrait gallery of leading political philosophers and economists
- video viewing guides on Hong Kong, Adam Smith, the Industrial Revolution, and Hayek (to accompany Liberty Fund videos on these topics)
- reading guides on Adam Smith, Richard Cobden, and Bernard de Mandeville
- bibliographical essays on Friedrich Hayek and John Stuart Mill and David Ricardo, the idea of laissez-faire in the 19th century, property rights and natural resource management, the tradition of spontaneous order
- titles arranged into topics: economic travel literature, general treatises, money and banking, popular political economy, spontaneous order, critiques of socialism
- authors arranged into schools of thought: pre-Smithian economists, public choice, the Austrian school, the Classical school, the Manchester school, the Physiocrats