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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sandye Gloria-Palermo; Peter Boettke; Stephan Boehm
|Description:||VI, 391 p. : fig. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Volume 1 A Multi-Directional Revival 1. Kirznerian lines of thought. Market Process Theory: I Kirzner, 'Market Process in a Pure Exchange Economy' (1963); I Kirzner, 'Uncertainty, Discovery, and Human Action' (1982); Theory of Entrepreneurship: S C Littlechild and G Owen, 'An Austrian Model of the Entrepreneurial Market Process' (1980); A J Yates, 'The Knowledge Problem, Entrepreneurial Discovery and Austrian Market Process Theory' (2000); Rationality: G Becker, 'Irrational Behaviour and Economic Theory' (1962); I Kirzner, 'Rational Action and Economic Theory' (1962); 2. Rothbardian lines of thought. The Defence of Mises' Legacy: G J Schuller, 'Review of Human Action by Ludwig Von Mises' (1950); M Rothbard, 'Mises' 'Human Action': Comment' (1951); G J Schuller, 'Rejoinder' (1951); M Rothbard, 'Praxeology: Reply to Mr Schuller' (1951); M Rothbard, 'Ludwig von Mises and the Paradigm of our Age' (1971); Praexology and Normative Discourse: M Rothbard, 'Toward a Reconstruction of Utility and Welfare Economics' (1956); M Rothbard, 'Praxeology, Value Judgements, and Public Policy' (1976); Free Banking: M Rothbard, 'Gold vs. Fluctuating Fiat Exchange Rates' (1975); G A Selgin, 'The Case for Free Banking: Then and Now' (1985); L White, 'Free Banking as an Alternative Monetary System' (1983); 3. Lachmannian Lines of Thought: An Overview: W E Grinder, 'In Pursuit of the Subjective Paradigm' (1977); K Mittermaier, 'Ludwig Lachmann, A Biographical Sketch' (1992); Market Process Theory: L Lachmann, 'Why Expectations Matter' (1982); L Lachmann, 'Markets and the Market' (1986); Capital Theory: P Lewin, 'Time, Change, and Complexity: Ludwig M Lachmann's Contributions to the Theory of Capital' (1996); L Lachmann, 'On Austrian Capital Theory' (1976) Causal-Genetic Thinking: R Cowan and M Rizzo, 'The Genetic-Causal Tradition and Modern Economic Theory' (1996); R G Koppl, 'Invisible Hand Explanation : Towards a Post-Marginalist Economics' (1992) Volume 2 Dispersal 1. Criss-cross critics. The Misesian Praexology: M Rothbard, 'The Present State of Austrian Economics' (1992); G Selgin, 'Praxeology and Understanding: An Analysis of the Controversy in Austrian Economics' (1988); M Rothbard, 'The Hermeneutical Invasion of Philosophy and Economics' (1989); D Lavoie, 'Euclideanism Versus Hermeneutics: A Re-interpretation of Misesian Apriorism' (1986); P Boettke, S Horwitz and D Prytchitko, 'Beyond Equilibrium Economics' (1986); I Kirzner, 'Equilibrium versus Market Process' (1976); R Garrison, 'Austrian Economics as the Middle Ground' (1982); S Boehm, 'Austrian Economics and the Theory of Entrepreneurship: Israel M Kirzner Interviewed' (1992); M Rizzo, 'Equilibrium Vision' (1992); 2. Fellow Travellers. Austrians and Neoclassicals: S Rosen, 'Austrian and Neoclassical Economics: Any Gains From Trade?' (1997); L Yeager, 'Austrian Economics, Neoclassicism, and the Market Test' (1997); H Demsetz, 'Information and Efficiency: Another Viewpoint' (1969) Austrians and Constitutionalists: J Buchanan, 'General Implications of Subjectivism in Economics' (1979); J Buchanan, 'Natural and Artifactual Man' (1979); V J Vanberg, 'Markets and Regulation: on the Contrast between Free-Market Liberalism and Constitutional Liberalism' (1999) Austrians and Neo-Austrians: J Hicks, 'Is Interest the Price of a Factor of Production?' (1979); M Faber, M Proops, S Speck and F Jost, 'Historical Background to Neo-Austrian Capital Theory' (1999) Austrians and Post-Keynesians: G L S Shackle, 'Imagination, Unknowledge and Choice' (1980); B Loasby, 'Economics of Dispersed and Incomplete Information' (1982); P Davidson, 'The Economics of Ignorance or the Ignorance of Economics?' (1989) Volume 3 Toward a Broader Paradigm 1. Toward Institutionalism. Methodological Benchmarks: E Ullman-Margalit, 'Invisible hand explanations' (1978); J Agassi, 'Institutional Individualism' (1975) Austrians and Old Institutionalists: P Boettke, 'Evolution and Economics: Austrians as Institutionalists' (1989); W Dugger, 'Austrians vs Institutionalist: who are the real dissenters?' (1989); S Gloria-Palermo, 'An Austrian Dilemma: necessity and impossibility of a theory of institutions' (1998); Radical Subjectivist Approaches: R Langlois, 'Coherence and Flexibility: Social Institutions in a World of Radical Uncertainty' (1986); D Lavoie, 'The Discovery and Interpretation of Profit Opportunities' (1991); 2. Towards Evolutionism. Austrian Economics and the Evolutionist Paradigm: R Langlois, 'Rationality, institutions, and explanation' (1986); R Langlois, 'What was Wrong with Old Institutional Economics' (1989); Game Theory Perspective: A Schotter, 'Why take a Theoretical Approach to Economics' (1984); U Witt, 'Evolution and Stability of Cooperation Without Enforceable Contracts' (1986); S C Littlechild, 'An Entrepreneurial Theory of Games' (1979); Austrian Theory of the Firm: B Loasby, 'Evolution within equilibrium' (1994); U Witt, 'Imagination and Leadership' (1998); N Foss, 'The Use of Knowledge in the Firm' (1998); The Cognitive Perspective: K Vaughn, 'Hayek's theory of market order as an instance of the theory of complex, adaptive systems' (1999); F von Hayek, 'Rules perception and Intelligibility' (1963); D Lavoie, H Baetjer and W Tulloh, 'High-Tech Hayekians: Some Possible Research Topics in the Economics of Computation' (1990)|
|Series Title:||Modern Austrian economics, 3|
|Responsibility:||general ed. Sandye Gloria-Palermo ; advisory eds. Peter Boettke, Stephan Boehm.|