Topic: Economics


Edward Glaeser & Joshua Gottlieb, “The Wealth of Cities: Agglomeration Economies and Spatial Equilibrium in the United States” (2009)

Axel Leijonhufvud, Information and Coordination (1981)

Irving Fisher, The Theory of Interest (1930)

F.A. Hayek, The Pure Theory of Capital (1941)

Alfred Marshall, Principles of Economics (1890)

Israel Kirzner, Essays on Capital and Interest (1996)

Frank Knight, “Capital, Time, and the Interest Rate” (1934)

Perry Mehrling, “What Is Monetary Economics About?” (2000)

F.A. Hayek, “The Trend of Economic Thinking” (1933)

Carl Menger, Principles of Economics (1871)

G.L.S. Shackle, Epistemics and Economics (1972)

Finn Kydland, “Business Cycles: Real Facts and a Monetary Myth” (1990)

James Buchanan, The Demand and Supply of Public Goods (1968)

Robert Lucas, “Some International Evidence on Output-Inflation Tradeoffs” (1973)

Steven Horwitz, Microfoundations and Macroeconomics (2000)

W.H. Hutt, The Keynesian Episode (1979)

Richard Wagner, “Boom and Bust: The Political Economy of Economic Disorder” (1980)

Ludwig Lachmann, Capital and Its Structure (1956)

Ludwig Von Mises, Human Action (1949)

Axel Leijonhufvud, “The Wicksell Connection: Variations on a Theme” (1981)

Don Lavoie, Rivalry and Central Planning (1985)

Adam Smith, Lectures on Jurisprudence (1763)

Peter Boettke, Chris Coyne, Peter Leeson, & Frederic Sautet, “The New Comparative Political Economy” (2005)

Peter Boettke, “Rational Choice and Human Agency in Economics and Sociology: Exploring the Weber-Austrian Connection” (1998)

Ronald Coase, “The Nature of the Firm” (1937)

Trevor Coombes, “What Central Banks May Legitimately Do” (2007)

Niall Ferguson, The Ascent of Money (2008)

Frank Fetter, “Recent Discussion of the Capital Concept” (1900)

Milton Friedman, Capitalism and Freedom (1962)

F.A. Hayek, Monetary Nationalism and International Stability (1937)

F.A. Hayek, The Fatal Conceit (1988)

F.A. Hayek, Liberalism (1973)

F.A. Hayek, Studies in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (1968)

F.A. Hayek, “Competition as a Discovery Procedure” (1968)

F.A. Hayek, “The Moral Imperative of the Market” (1986)

F.A. Hayek, “A Free-Market Monetary System” (1977)

F.A. Hayek, The Constitution of Liberty (1960)

F.A. Hayek, The Counterrevolution of Science (1955)

Steven Horwitz, “Monetary Calculation and Mises’ Critique of Planning” (1998)

Ludwig Lachmann, Capital, Expectations, and the Market Process (1940)

Frank Knight, “AEA Presidential Address” (1950)

Roderick Long, “Wittgenstein, Austrian Economics, and the Logic of Action” (2001)

Ludwig Von Mises, Bureaucracy (1944)

Robert Nozick, Anarchy, State, and Utopia (1974)

Joseph Schumpeter, Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy (1943)

Thomas Sowell, Knowledge and Decisions (1980)

Thomas Sowell, Basic Economics (2004)

Ahmed Zaki Yamani, “” (2000)

Gordon Tullock, “The Welfare Costs of Tariffs, Monopolies, and Theft” (1967)

Harold Demsetz, “Toward a Theory of Property Rights” (1967)

Roderick Long, “Realism and Abstraction in Economics” (2006)

Axel Leijonhufvud, “Whatever Happened to Keynesian Economics?” (1986)

Ronald Coase, “The Problem of Social Cost” (1960)

Kevin Dowd, The Experience of Free Banking (1992)

George Selgin, The Theory of Free Banking (1988)

Jacob Viner, “Mr. Keynes on the Causes of Unemployment” (1935)

Benjamin Klein, “The Competitive Supply of Money” (1974)

Max Weber, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (1905)

Ludwig Von Mises, The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science (1962)

Robert Murphy, “The Labor Theory of Value: A Critique of Carson’s Studies in Mutualist Political Economy” (2006)

Steven Horwitz, “From The Sensory Order to the Liberal Order: Hayek’s Non-rationalist Liberalism” (2000)

George Selgin, “The Rise and Fall of the Gold Standard in the United States” (2013)

Bruno Leoni, Freedom and the Law (1961)

Bruno Leoni, The Law and Politics (1964)

Steven Horwitz, “Monetary Exchange as an Extra-Linguistic Social Communication Process” (1992)

Charles Franklin Dunbar, “The National Banking System” (1897)

Ludwig Von Mises, “Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth” (1920)

W.H. Hutt, The Theory of Idle Resources (1939)

Sydney Chapman, Work and Wages (1914)

Douglas Knoop, The Riddle of Unemployment (1931)

K. Mittermaier, “Mechanomorphism” (1986)

Peter Boettke & Steven Horwitz, “Beyond equilibrium economics: reflections on the uniqueness of the Austrian tradition” (1994)

Israel Kirzner, How Markets Work (1997)

F.A. Hayek, Individualism and Economic Order (1949)

Milton Friedman, A Program for Monetary Stability (1960)

George Selgin, “Synthetic Commodity Money” (2013)

Ludwig Von Mises, Omnipotent Government (1944)

Milton Friedman, “Lerner on the Economics of Control” (1947)

Milton Friedman, “The Methodology of Positive Economics” (1953)

Harold Demsetz, “The Exchange and Enforcement of Property Rights” (1964)

Jacob Viner, “Cost Curves and Supply Curves” (1931)

Perry Mehrling, “The Inherent Hierarchy of Money” (2012)

Armen Alchian, “Uncertainty, Evolution, and Economic Theory” (1950)

Gary Becker, “Competition and Democracy” (1958)

Fritz Malchup, “The Problem of Verification in Economics” (1955)

Gabriel Zanotti & Nicolás Cachanosky, “The Epistemological Implications of Machlups Interpretation of Mises’s Epistemology” (2015)

Lawrence White, Free Banking in Britain (1995)

Benjamin Klein, “Money, Wealth, and Seignorage” (1978)

Peter King, Thoughts on the Restriction of Payments in Specie (1804)

Samuel Bailey, A Defence of Joint-Stock Banks and Country Issues (1840)

James William Gilbart, “The Currency: Banking” (1841)

F.A. Hayek, Prices and Production (1935)

Gary Becker, “Comments on Competition, Monopoly, and the Pursuit of Money” (1962)

F.A. Hayek, Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle (1933)

Lawrence White, The Clash of Economic Ideas (2012)

Roger Garrison, Time and Money: The Macroeconomics of Capital Structure (2001)

Leland Yeager, “Essential Properties of the Medium of Exchange” (1968)

Leland Yeager, “A Cash-Balance Interpretation of Depression” (1956)

Leland Yeager, “The Significance of Monetary Disequilibrium” (1986)

Steven Landsburg, Fair Play (1997)

Steven Landsburg, The Armchair Economist (1995)

G. Poulett Scrope, Principles of Political Economy (1833)

Peter Boettke & Robert Subrick, “From The Philosophy of Mind to the Philosophy of the Market” (2002)

Dierdre McCloskey, The Rhetoric of Economics (1985)

John Rawls, “Two Concepts of Rules” (1955)

Hernando De Soto, The Mystery of Capital (2000)

George Selgin, Praxeology and Understanding (1990)

Richard Wagner, “Austrian Cycle Theory: Saving the Wheat while Discarding the Chaff” (1999)

Israel Kirzner, Competition and Entrepreneurship (1973)

Joseph Schumpeter, Business Cycles (1939)

Carl Menger, “On The Origin of Money” (1892)

Dani Rodrik, “Goodbye Washington Consensus, Hello Washington Confusion?” (2006)

Tyler Cowen, “Public Goods Definitions and their Institutional Context: A Critique of Public Goods Theory” (1985)

Israel Kirzner, “Entrepreneurial Discovery and the Competitive Market Process” (1997)

Milton Friedman, The Optimum Quantity of Money (1968)

Don Lavoie, “Economics and Hermeneutics – Intro” (1990)

Ralph Rector, “The Economics of Rationality and the Rationality of Economics” (1990)

Randall Kroszner, “On The Microfoundations of Money” (1990)

Benjamin Anderson, The Value of Money (1917)

Lawrence Berger, “Self-interpretation, Attention, and Language” (1990)

James Buchanan, “Order Defined in the Process of Its Emergence” (1985)

Ludwig Von Mises, The Theory of Money and Credit (1953)

Daron Acemoglu, “Why Not a Political Coase Theorem?” (2003)

Roger Garrison, “Reflections on Reswitching and Roundaboutness” (2003)

Joan Robinson, The Rate of Interest and Other Essays (1952)

Joan Robinson, “The Unimportance of Reswitching” (1975)

William Easterly, The Elusive Quest for Growth (2001)

Roger Koppl, Big Players and the Economic Theory of Expectations (2002)

Alfred Schutz, Phenomenology of the Social World (1932)

George Selgin, “Bank Lending ‘Manias’ in Theory and History” (1992)

Jason Potts, The New Evolutionary Microeconomics (2000)

Peter Boettke, “Introduction to Handbook on Contemporary Austrian Economics” (2010)

Richard Wagner, Mind, Society, and Human Action (2010)

Jeffrey Frankel & Andrew Rose, “Empirical Research on Nominal Exchange Rates” (1995)

Mark Taylor, “The Economics of Exchange Rates” (1995)

Peter Boettke, Calculation and Coordination (2000)

Jacob Frenkel, “Flexible Exchange Rates, Prices, and the Role of “News”: Lessons from the 1970s” (1981)

Vernon Smith, “Constructivist and Ecological Rationality in Economics” (2003)

Elinor Ostrom, “Beyond Markets and States: Polycentric Governance of Complex Economic Systems” (2010)

Gregory Mankiw, “The Growth of Nations” (1995)

Jeffrey Hummel, “Ben Bernanke versus Milton Friedman: The Federal Reserve’s Emergence as the U.S. Economy’s Central Planner” (2011)

James Buchanan, The Logical Foundations of Constitutional Liberty (1998)

Terry Anderson & Peter Hill, “Privatizing the Commons: An Improvement?” (1983)

Taylor Dennen, “Some Efficiency Effects of Nineteenth-Century Federal Land Policy: A Dynamic Analysis” (1977)

Peter Lewin, Capital in Disequilibrium (1999)

Axel Leijonhufvud, “Capitalism and the Factory System” (1986)

Robert Frank, “If Homo Oeconomicus could Choose his Own Utility Function, Would He Choose One with a Conscience?” (1987)

Frank Knight, The Economic Organization (1934)

James Buchanan, Cost and Choice (1969)

Debra Satz & John Ferejohn, “Rational Choice and Social Theory” (1994)

Doug North, Understanding the Process of Economic Change (2005)

Richard Timberlake, “The Significance of Unaccounted Currencies” (1981)

Paul Samuelson, “Parable and Realism in Capital Theory: The Surrogate Production Function” (1962)

Jacob Frenkel, “Purchasing Power Parity: Doctrinal Perspective and Evidence from the 1920s” (1978)

L Randall Wray, “The Credit Money, State Money, and Endogenous Money Approaches: A Survey and Attempted Integration” (2004)

Gary Miller, Managerial Dilemmas (1992)

F.A. Hayek, Law, Legislation, and Liberty (1978)

Milton Friedman, “Monetary Policy: Theory and Practice” (1982)

James Buchanan, Economics: Between Predictive Science and Moral Philosophy (1987)

F.A. Hayek, Denationalisation of Money (1976)

Lawrence White, Competition and Currency (1989)

Robert Barro, “United States Inflation and the Choice of Monetary Standard” (1982)

Armen Alchian, “Why Money?” (1977)

Robert Clower, “On The Origin of Monetary Exchange” (1995)

Joseph Ostroy & Ross Starr, “The Transactions Role of Money” (1990)

David Laidler & Nicholas Rowe, “Georg Simmel’s Philosophy of Money: A Review Article for Economists” (1980)

Axel Leijonhufvud, “Costs and Consequences of Inflation” (1975)

Wesley Mitchell, “The Role of Money in Economic History” (1944)

James Buchanan & Gordon Tullock, The Calculus of Consent (1962)

Roy Baumeister & E.J. Masicampo, “Conscious Thought Is for Facilitating Social and Cultural Interactions: How Mental Simulations Serve the Animal–Culture Interface” (2010)

Frank Knight, “Intellectual Confusion on Morals and Economics” (1935)

Tyler Cowen & Daniel Sutter, “The Costs of Cooperation” (1999)

Nicholas Kaldor, “The Irrelevance of Equilibrium Economics” (1972)

Allyn Young, “Increasing Returns and Economic Progress” (1928)

Doug North, John Wallis, & Barry Weingast, Violence and Social Orders (2009)

Georg Simmel, The Philosophy of Money (1907)

James Buchanan, Economic Inquiry and its Logic (2000)

Yuval Harari, Sapiens (2014)

Harold Demsetz, “Information and Efficiency” (1969)

Ludwig Von Mises, Planning for Freedom (1952)

Kevin Dowd & David Greenaway, “Currency Competition, Network Externalities, and Switching Costs” (1993)

Milton Friedman & Anna Schwartz, A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960 (1963)

Clark Warburton, “Co-ordination of Monetary, Bank Supervisory, and Loan Agencies of the Federal Government” (1950)