New Directions in Austrian Economics

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A collection of papers which explores methodoogy, econometrics, social cost, monopoly theory, the supply of money, interest theory, and macroeconomics. It contains papers by:

  1. Ludwig M. Lachmann, “An Austrian Stocktaking: Unsettled Questions and Tentative Answers”
  2. John B. Egger, “The Austrian Method”
  3. Mario J. Rizzo, “Praxeology and Econometrics: A Critique of Positivist Economics”
  4. Israel M. Kirzner, “Economics and Error”
  5. S.C. Littlechild, “The Problem of Social Cost”
  6. D.T. Armentano, “A Critique of Neoclassical and Austrian Monopoly Theory”
  7. Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr., “Spontaneous Order and the Coordination of Economic Activities”
  8. Murray N. Rothbard, “Austrian Definitions of the Supply of Money”
  9. Lawrence S. Moss, “The Emergence of Interest in a Pure Exchange Economy: Notes on a Theorem Attributed to Ludwig von Mises”
  10. Roger W. Garrison, “Austrian Macroeconomics: A Diagrammatical Exposition”
  11. Louis M. Spadaro, “Toward a Program of Research and Development for Austrian Economics”

New Directions in Austrian Economics, ed. Louis M. Spadaro (Kansas City: Sheed Andrews and McMeel, 1978).

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