Edwin G. Dolan, The Foundations of Modern Austrian Economics 
The Foundations of Modern Austrian Economics, ed. with an Introduction by Edwin G. Dolan (Kansas City: Sheed and Ward, 1976).
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A volume in the collection Studies in Economic Theory first published by the Institute for Humane Studies. This is a collection of papers given at a conference on Austrian economics in June 1974. They cover the uniqueness of the Austrian tradition, papers on praxeology and method, the history of Austrian school, capital theory, theory of money, inflation, and the market process. The papers are by Edwin G. Dolan, Murray Rothbard, Israel Kirzner, Ludwig Lachmann, Gerald O’Driscoll, and Sudha Shenoy.
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- Edwin G. Dolan, Preface
- Part 1: Introduction
- Edwin G. Dolan, Austrian Economics As Extraordinary Science
- Part 2: Theory and Method
- Murray N. Rothbard, Praxeology: the Methodology of Austrian Economics
- Israel M. Kirzner, On the Method of Austrian Economics
- Murray N. Rothbard, New Light On the Prehistory of the Austrian School
- Israel M. Kirzner, Philosophical and Ethical Implications of Austrian Economics
- Murray N. Rothbard, Praxeology, Value Judgments, and Public Policy
- Part 3: Applications
- Israel M. Kirzner, Equilibrium Versus Market Process
- Ludwig M. Lachmann, On the Central Concept of Austrian Economics: Market Process
- Israel M. Kirzner, the Theory of Capital
- Ludwig M. Lachmann, On Austrian Capital Theory
- Ludwig M. Lachmann, Toward a Critique of Macroeconomics
- Murray N. Rothbard, the Austrian Theory of Money
- Gerry P. O’driscoll, Jr., and Sudhra R. Shenoy, Inflation, Recession, and Stagflation
- Part 4: Conclusion
- Ludwig M. Lachmann, Austrian Economics In the Age of the Neo-ricardian Counterrevolution