Economics in the JLS

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Ludwig von Mises: Comments about the mathematical treatment of economic problems

Bruno Leoni and Eugenio Frola: On mathematical thinking in economics

Walter Block: Coase and Demsetz on private property rights

Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr.: Spontaneous order and the coordination of economic activities

Walter Block: Austrian Monopoly Theory: A Critique

Lawrence H. White: Bankruptcy as an Economic Intervention

Ellen Frankel Paul: Adam Smith: a reappraisal

Walter Block: The Negative Interest Rate: A Taxonomic Critique

Don C. Lavoie: Shackle: A Critical Sampling

Jean-Luc Migue: Pension-Fund Socialism: A Critique

Lawrence H. White: Privatization of municipality-provided services

Leland B. Yeager: Pareto optimality in policy espousal

James A. Dorn: Markets, true and false: the case of Yugoslavia

E.C. Pasour, Jr.: Cost and choice- Austrian vs conventional views

F.A. Hayek: Toward a Free Market Monetary System

Roger W. Garrison: In Defense of the Misesian Theory of Interest

Karl T. Fielding: Nonexcludability and Government Financing of Public Goods

Richard E. Wagner: Boom and Bust: The Political Economy of Economic Disorder

Barry P. Brownstein: Pareto Optimality, External Benefits and Public Goods: A Subjectivist Approach

James Rolph Edwards: Monopoly and Competition in Money

Roy E. Cordato: The Austrian Theory of Efficiency and the Role of Government

David Ramsay Steele: Posing the Problem: The Impossibility of Economic Calculation under Socialism

Robert Bradley, Jr.: Market Socialism: A Subjectivist Evaluation

Don Lavoie: A Critique of the Standard Account of the Socialist Calculation Debate

E.C. Pasour, Jr.: The Free Rider as a Basis for Government Intervention

Morgan O. Reynolds: An Economic Analysis of the Norris-LaGuardia Act, the Wagner Act, adn the Labor Representation Industry

Walter Block: Public Goods and Externalities: The Case of Roads

Antonin E. Murphy: Richard Cantillon– Banker and Economist

Michael O' Suilleabhain: Richard Cantillon

Vincent J. Tarascio: Cantillon's Essai: A Current Perspective

David O' Mahony: Richard Cantillon– A Man of His Time: A Comment on Tarascio

Robert F. Hebert: Was Richard Cantillon an Austrian Economist?

Murray N. Rothbard: Professor Hebert on Entrepreneurship

Leonard P. Liggio: Richard Cantillon and the French Economists: Distinctively French

Joseph T. Salerno: The Influence of Cantillon's Essai on the Methodology of J.B. Say: A Comment on Liggio

Roy E. Cordato and Sheldon L. Richman: Tax Rate vs Tax Base: A Public Choice Perspective on the Consequences for the Growth of Government

Barry W. Poulson: Technological Change and the Profit Motive

Jeffrey Herbener: An Integration of The Wealth of Nations with The Theory of Moral Sentiments

Pamela J. Brown: Free Thought and Free Trade: The Analogy Between Scientific and Entrepreneurial Discovery Processes




 
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