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Review of Austrian Economics, Volume 5

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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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The Review of Austrian Economics

Volume 5, Number 1


1.Eighteen Problematic Propositions in the Analysis of the Growth of Government

Robert Higgs

2.An Evolutionary Contractarian View of Primitive Law: The Institutions and Incentives Arising Under Customary Indian Law

Bruce L. Benson

3.Austrian Capital and Interest Theory: Wieser’s Contribution and the Menger Tradition

A. M. Endres

4.New Classical and Old Austrian Economics: Equilibrium Business Cycle Theory in Perspective

Roger W. Garrison

II.Review Essay

5.Marxism, Capitalism and Mercantilism A Review of Traders Versus the State by Garcia Clark

David Osterfeld

III.Book Reviews

6.Israel M. Kirzner, Discovery, Capitalism, and Distributive Justice

Reviewed by David Gordon

7.Philip Mirowski, More Heat Than Light: Economics as Social Physics, Physics as Nature’s Economics

Reviewed by David Gordon

8.Robert Formaini, The Myth of Scientific Public Policy

Reviewed by David Gordon

9.Morris Silver, Foundations of Economic Justice

Reviewed by David Gordon

The Review of Austrian Economics

Volume 5, Number 2

I. Articles

1.The Great Depression of 1946

Richard K. Vedder and Lowell Gallaway

2.Ludwig von Mises and the Austrian School of Economics

Jeffrey M. Herbener

3.The End of Socialism and the Calculation Debate Revisited

Murray N. Rothbard

4.De-Socialization in a United Germany

Hans-Hermann Hoppe

II. Notes and Replies

5.The Preferred Tax Type: Comment on Herbener

Alexander Tabarrok

6.Comment on Preferred Tax Type: Reply to Tabarrok

Jeffrey M. Herbener

III. Book Reviews

7.Bettina Bien Greaves, ed., Ludwig von Mises, Economic, Freedom and Interventionism: An Anthology of Articles and Essays

Reviewed by Roger W. Garrison

8.Donald N. McCloskey, If You’re So Smart: The Narrative of Economic Expertise

Reviewed by David Gordon

9.Jonathan Wolff, Robert Nozick: Property, Justice, and the Minimal State

Reviewed by David Gordon

ISBN 9781610161640
eISBN 9781610165419
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute
Publication Date 2009
Binding PB
Page Length 286
Dimensions 6" x 9"