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Henry Hazlitt
Editorial: The Inflationary Chaos Ahead
Jeffrey Herbener
Austrian Methodology: The Preferred Tax Type
Jeffrey M. Herbener
Calculation and the Question of Arithmetic
Comment on Preferred Tax Type: Reply to Tabarrok
Ludwig von Mises and the Austrian School of Economics
The Pareto Rule and Welfare Economics
The Role of Entrepreneurship in Desocialization
Robert Higgs
Banning a Risky Product Cannot Improve Any Consumer's Welfare (Properly Understood), with Applications to FDA Testing Requirements
Eighteen Problematic Propositions in the Analysis of the Growth of Government
Randall G. Holcombe
A Theory of the Theory of Public Goods
Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Banking, Nation States and International Politics: A Sociological Reconstruction of the Present Economic Order
De-Socialization in a United Germany
F.A. Hayek on Government and Social Evolution: A Critique
How is Fiat Money Possible?-or, The Devolution of Money and Credit
In Defense of Extreme Rationalism: Thoughts on Donald McCloskey's The Rhetoric of Economics
On Certainty and Uncertainty, Or: How Rational Can Our Expectations Be?
Socialism: A Property or Knowledge Problem?
Walter Block and Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., eds. Man, Economy, and Liberty
Arthur Middleton Hughes
The Recession of 1990: An Austrian Explanation
Jörg Guido Hülsmann
Free Banking and the Free Bankers
Knowledge, Judgement, and the Use of Property
Jeffrey Rogers Hummel
National Goods versus Public Goods: Defense, Disarmament, and Free Riders
W.H. Hutt
Trade Unions: The Private Use of Coercive Power
The Review of Austrian Economics, the predecessor to the QJAE, was founded and edited by Murray N. Rothbard and functioned as the premier Austrian School scholarly journal between 1987 and 1997. After 1995, it was edited by Walter Block, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, and Joseph T. Salerno. Published first by Lexington Books and later by Kluwer Academic Publishers, the journal played a central role in attracting a new generation of economists to the theoretical foundations established in the work of Carl Menger and Ludwig von Mises. It is now permanently archived on this site. The contents of volumes 11 and following are available on Peter Boettke's academic homepage.

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