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Review of Austrian Economics, Volume 7

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REA Vol 7 Print edition
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Murray Rothbard had long dreamed of an Austrian academic journal. In 1986, his dream came true. The Mises Institute published it, and it changed everything. The Austrians could focus on internal development, highlight the contrast with the mainstream, and show their wares to the profession and the world at large.

Rothbard was an exacting editor, and results are spectacular and historic.

The individual issues have been nearly impossible to find, until now. Today you can own the entire set, learn from the pioneering articles that Murray and his co-editors saw as crucial, and see what gave the modern Austrian movement its scholarly momentum.


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Paul A. Cantor

1.Hyperinflation and Hyperreality: Thomas Mann in Light of Austrian Economics

Nicolai Juul Foss

2.The Theory of the Firm: The Austrians as Precursors and Critics of Contemporary Theory

Hans-Hermann Hoppe

3.F. A. Hayek on Government and Social Evolution: A Critique

David Gordon

4.The Philosophical Contributions of Ludwig von Mises

John B. Egger

5.The Contributions of W. H. Hutt


Kenneth K. Sanders

6.A Note on Jean-Baptiste Say and Carl Menger Regarding Value

III.Book Review

7.Mark A. Kleiman, Against Excess: Drug Policy for Results
Reviewed by Mark Thornton


Robert Higgs

1.Banning a Risky Product Cannot Improve Any Consumer’s Welfare (Properly Understood), with Applications to FDA Testing Requirements

Mark Thornton

2.Slavery, Profitability, and the Market Process

Hans-Hermann Hoppe

3.How is Fiat Money Possible?
—or, The Devolution of Money and Credit

Murray N. Rothbard

4.The Consumption Tax: A Critique

II.Notes and Replies

Leland B. Yeager

5.Mises and Hayek on Calculation and Knowledge

Joseph T. Salerno

6.Reply to Leland B. Yeager

Barry Smith

7.The Philosophy of Austrian Economics

David Gordon

8.Second Thoughts on The Philosophical Origins of Austrian Economics

ISBN 9781610161664
eISBN 9781610165433
UPC B0081I8PX2
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute
Publication Date 2009
Original Publication Date 1994
Binding PB
Page Length 302
Dimensions 6" x 9"