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Kenneth H. Mackintosh
Exchange Versus Power: Toward a Praxeological Reconstruction of Sociology
Individualism in Modern Thought: From Adam Smith to Hayek by Lorenzo Infantino
Dan Mahoney
Liberty and Hard Cases by Tibor Machan
Ownership, Scarcity, and Economic Decision Making
Paul Mastin
"From Mutual Aid to Welfare State: Fraternal Societies and Social Services, 1890-1967." By David Beito
Don Mathews
Management vs. The Market: An Exaggerated Distinction
Ludwig von Mises
Monopoly Prices
The Equations of Mathematical Economics and the Problem of Economic Calculation in a Socialist State
Michael R. Montgomery
"Smarter Grwoth: Markt-Based Strategies for Land-Use Planning in the 21st Century." Edited by Randall G. holcombe and Samuel R. Staley
Antony Mueller
Financial Cycles, Business Activity, and the Stock Market
Robert F. Mulligan
Complexity, Risk, and Financial Markets Edgar E. Peters
A Hayekian Analysis of the Term Structure of Production
An Empirical Examination of Austrian Business Cycle Theory
Robert Murphy
"The Austrian Subjectivist Theory of Interest: An Investigation into the History of Thought." By Ingo Pellengahr
Robert P. Murphy
Cantor's Diagonal Argument: An Extension to the Socialist Calculation Debate
The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics was nominally founded in 1998, but, in terms of its mission and guiding spirit, it is a continuation, in an expanded and improved form, of the first ten volumes of the semi-annual Review of Austrian Economics, whose founding editor was the late Murray N. Rothbard. The QJAE features the same editorial staff that succeeded Rothbard in the editorship of the RAE beginning with volume 8, number 2.

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