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Source: Ludwig Lachmann, Capital, Expectations, and the Market Process: Essays on the Theory of the Market Economy, ed. with an Introduction by Walter E. Grinder (Kansas City: Sheed Andrews and McMeel, 1977).

Economic Writings of Ludwig M. Lachmann

Books and Monographs

Economics as a Social Science: Inaugural Lecture. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand, 1950.

Capital and Its Structure. London: London School of Economics and Political Science, 1956. Reprint edition. Kansas City: Sheed Andrews & McMeel, forthcoming.

The Legacy of Max Weber. Berkeley, California: Glendessary Press, 1971.

Macro-economic Thinking and the Market Economy: An Essay on the Neglect of the Micro-Fundations and Its Consequences. London. Institute of Economic Affairs, 1973.

Articles

“Commodity Stocks and Equilibrium.” Review of Economic Statistics 3(June 1936):230–34.

“Uncertainty and Liquidity Preference.” Economica 4(August 1937):295–308.

“Investment and Costs of Production.” American Economic Review 28(September 1938):469–81.

“Commodity Stocks in the Trade Cycle.” Jointly with F. Snapper. Economica 5(November 1938):435–54.

“On Crisis and Adjustment.” Review of Economics and Statistics 21(May 1939):62–68.

“A Reconsideration of the Austrian Theory of Industrial Fluctuations.” Economica 7(May 1940):179–96.

“On the Measurement of Capital.” Economica 8(November 1941):361–77.

“The Role of Expectations in Economics as a Social Science.” Economica 14(February 1943):108–19.

“Finance Capitalism?” Economica 11(May 1944):64–73.

“Notes on the Proposals for International Currency Stabilization.” Review of Economics and Statistics 26(November 1944):184–91.

“A Note on the Elasticity of Expectations.” Economica 12(November 1945):248–53.

“Complementarity and Substitution in the Theory of Capital.” Economica 14(May 1947):108–19.

“Investment Repercussions.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 62(November 1948):698–713. “Reply.” Quarterly Journal Economics 63(August 1949):432–34.

“Joseph A. Schumpeter, 1883–1950.” South African Journal of Economics 18(June 1950):215–18.

“Economics as a Social Science.” South African Journal of Economics 18(September 1950):233–41.

“The Science of Human Action.” Economica 18(November 1951):412–27.

“Some Notes on Economic Thought, 1933–1953.” South African Journal of Economics 22(March 1954):22–31.

“The Velocity of Circulation as a Predictor.” South African Journal of Economics 24(March 1956):17–24.

“The Market Economy and the Distribution of Wealth.” In On Freedom and Free Enterprise: Essays in Honor of Ludwig von Mises, edited by Mary Sennholz. New York. D. Van Nostrand, 1956.

“Mrs. Robinson on the Accumulation of Capital.” South African Journal of Economics 26(June 1958):87–100.

“Professor Shackle on the Economic Significance of Time.” Metroeconomica 11(September 1959):64–73.

“Cost Inflation and Economic Institutions.” South African Journal of Economics 30(September 1962):177–89.

“Cultivated Growth and the Market Economy.” South African Journal of Economics 31(September 1963):165–74.

“Sir John Hicks on Capital and Growth.” South African Journal of Economics 34(June 1966):113–23.

“The Significance of the Austrian School of Economics in the History of Ideas.” Translation of “Die geistesgeschichtliche Bedeutung der österreichischen Schule in der Volks-wirtschaftslehre.” Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie 26(January 1966):152–67.

“Model Constructions and the Market Economy.” Translation of “Marktwirtschaft und Modellkonstruktionen.” Ordo 17(1966):261–79.

“Causes and Consequences of the Inflation of Our Time.” South African Journal of Economics 35(December 1967):281–91.

“Methodological Individualism and the Market Economy.” In Roads to Freedom: Essays in Honour of Friedrich A. von Hayek, edited by Erich Streissler et al. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969.

“The Rational for Development Programming and the Market Economy.” South African Journal of Economics 39(December 1971):319–32.

“Ludwig von Mises and the Market Process.” In Toward Liberty: Essays in Honour of Ludwig von Mises, edited by Friedrich A. Hayek. 2 vols. Menlo Park, Calif.: Institute for Humane Studies, 1971.

“Sir John Hicks as a Neo-Austrian.” South African Journal of Economics 41(September 1973):195–207.

“From Mises to Shackle: An Essay.” Journal of Economic Literature 14(March 1976):54–62.

“On the Central Concept of Austrian Economics: Market Process.” “On Austrian Capital Theory.” “Toward a Critique of Macroeconomics.” “Austrian Economics in the Age of the Neo-Ricardian Counterrevolution.” In The Foundations of Modern Austrian Economics, edited by Edwin G. Dolan. Kansas City: Sheed Andrews & McMeel, 1976.

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