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The Review of Austrian Economics

1992 - 2023

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Volume 36, issue 2, 2023

Carl Menger: a reappraisal for the 21st century: an introduction to the symposium pp. 141-143 Downloads
Daniel Nientiedt
Economics as a life-science: The enduring significance of Carl Menger’s individualist-evolutionary research program pp. 145-162 Downloads
Viktor J. Vanberg
Menger’s exact laws, the role of knowledge, and welfare economics pp. 163-182 Downloads
Malte Dold and Mario J. Rizzo
Monitoring, metering and Menger: A conciliatory basis for a genuine institutional economics pp. 183-203 Downloads
Peter J. Boettke and Rosolino A. Candela
Menger’s account of the origin of money as a case study in the evolution of institutions pp. 205-215 Downloads
Daniel Nientiedt
Menger’s precursors in the German subjective-value tradition and his advancements in the theory of wants and goods pp. 217-245 Downloads
David A. Harper and Anthony M. Endres
Carl Menger’s Smithian contributions to German political economy pp. 247-269 Downloads
Stefan Kolev and Erwin Dekker
Menger and Jevons: beliefs and things pp. 271-287 Downloads
Sandra J. Peart and David M. Levy
Diamonds are not forever: Adam Smith and Carl Menger on value and relative status pp. 289-310 Downloads
Jimena Hurtado and Maria Pia Paganelli
Ethical Economics or Economical Ethics? Considerations out of Carl Menger pp. 311-330 Downloads
Erik W. Matson
Carl menger on economic policy: “Exact laws,” institutional prerequisites, and economic liberalism pp. 331-355 Downloads
Richard Ebeling

Volume 36, issue 1, 2023

The market as foreground: The ontological status of the market in market process theory pp. 1-21 Downloads
Solomon Stein and Virgil Henry Storr
The artist as entrepreneur pp. 23-41 Downloads
Ennio E. Piano and Rania Al-Bawwab
Business cycles and the internal dynamics of firms pp. 43-60 Downloads
Kushal K. Reddy and Vipin P. Veetil
The Austrian school of Madrid pp. 61-79 Downloads
Cristóbal Matarán López
How should an Austrian economist teach the theory of the firm? Do the equi-marginal conditions still apply? pp. 81-89 Downloads
Peter Lewin
Do markets corrupt our morals compared to what? pp. 91-97 Downloads
Chad Van Schoelandt
Do disruptions to the market process corrupt our morals? pp. 99-106 Downloads
Rosemarie Fike
The missing monster: markets make us moral, but what about politics? pp. 107-114 Downloads
Brianne Wolf
The moral ambiguity of the invisible hand pp. 115-123 Downloads
Rob Garnett
Who wins in the game of the market? pp. 125-139 Downloads
Ginny Seung Choi and Virgil Henry Storr

Volume 35, issue 4, 2022

Our curious task pp. 411-421 Downloads
Anne Rathbone Bradley
Schumpeter the incomplete rhetorician pp. 423-443 Downloads
Deirdre Nansen McCloskey
Malcom McLean, containerization and entrepreneurship pp. 445-465 Downloads
Rosolino A. Candela, Peter J. Jacobsen and Kacey Reeves
Creative destruction: getting ahead and staying ahead in a capitalist economy pp. 467-480 Downloads
Randall Holcombe
Carl Menger, F.A. Hayek and the evolutionary strand in Austrian economics pp. 481-515 Downloads
Viktor J. Vanberg
An Austrian critique of the neoclassical approach to indirect taxes pp. 517-529 Downloads
Alan G. Futerman and Luciano Villegas
Anti-democratic revolutionaries or democratic reformers? A review essay of Janek Wasserman’s The Marginal Revolutionaries: How Austrian Economists Fought the War of Ideas pp. 531-546 Downloads
Stefan Kolev
Ordoliberalism: neither exclusively German nor an oddity. A review essay of Malte Dold’s and Tim Krieger’s Ordoliberalism and European Economic Policy: Between Realpolitik and Economic Utopia pp. 547-560 Downloads
K. Horn
Richard E. Wagner, Macroeconomics as Systems Theory: Transcending the Micro-Macro Dichotomy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. Xiii +313 pages. 119.99 USD (hardback) pp. 561-566 Downloads
Jonathan W. Plante

Volume 35, issue 3, 2022

The ultimate resource after 40: A special issue against the grain pp. 275-282 Downloads
Peter Jacobsen and Louis Rouanet
Julian Simon, the problem of socio-ecological resilience and the “ultimate resource”: a reinterpretation pp. 283-301 Downloads
Paul Dragos Aligica and Robert Gabriel Ciobanu
The economic logic behind the ultimate resource pp. 303-314 Downloads
Peter J. Boettke and Christopher J. Coyne
How Might Econ 101 Change If Julian Simon’s “Ultimate Resource” Idea Were Incorporated into the Analysis? pp. 315-322 Downloads
Donald J. Boudreaux
The Division of Labor and Knowledge is Limited by the Division of Ownership Over the Ultimate Resource: The Role of Economies of Scope in Julian Simon pp. 323-341 Downloads
Rosolino A. Candela
Statogenic climate change? Julian Simon and Institutions pp. 343-358 Downloads
Vincent Geloso
Economists versus engineers: Two approaches to environmental problems pp. 359-381 Downloads
Peter Jacobsen and Louis Rouanet
The family and the state: a public choice perspective pp. 383-405 Downloads
Clara E. Piano
Mikayla Novak, Freedom in Contention: Social Movements and Liberal Political Economy. Lanham: Lexington, 2021. X + 247 Pages. USD 105.00 (hardback) pp. 407-410 Downloads
Jayme Lemke

Volume 35, issue 2, 2022

Brazil’s road to serfdom pp. 143-161 Downloads
Anna B. Faria and J. Robert Subrick
Unmixing the metaphors of Austrian capital theory pp. 163-176 Downloads
Cameron Harwick
Young Mr. Mises and younger historicists: origins of Mises’s liberalism pp. 177-191 Downloads
Mykola Bunyk and Leonid Krasnozhon
Self-immolation pp. 193-203 Downloads
Vladimir Vladimirovich Maltsev and Andrei Yudanov
Eugen Schmalenbach, Austrian economics, and German business economics pp. 205-233 Downloads
Michael Olbrich, David J. Rapp and Florian Follert
Teaching and learning Schumpeter: A dialogue between professor and student pp. 235-256 Downloads
John Dalton and Andrew J. Logan
The state, religion, and freedom: a review essay of Persecution & toleration pp. 257-266 Downloads
Metin Cosgel
Per L. Bylund, The Problem of Production: A New Theory of the Firm pp. 267-270 Downloads
Henrique Schneider
Stephanie Kelton, The Deficit Myth: Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People’s Economy. New York: public affairs, 2020. Xi +325 pages. 30.00 USD (hardback) pp. 271-274 Downloads
Thomas Hogan

Volume 35, issue 1, 2022

Regulatory ambiguity in the market for bitcoin pp. 1-14 Downloads
William Luther
War, money & economy: Inflation and production in the Fed and pre-Fed periods pp. 15-37 Downloads
Thomas Hogan and Daniel Smith
Hayek, Hicks, Radner and four equilibrium concepts: Perfect foresight, sequential, temporary, and rational expectations pp. 39-61 Downloads
David Glasner
The role of fractional-reserve banking in amplifying credit booms: Evidence from panel data pp. 63-88 Downloads
Maciej Albinowski
The upper turning point in the Austrian business cycle theory pp. 89-97 Downloads
Anthony J. Evans, Nicolas Cachanosky and Robert Thorpe
The great depression as a global currency crisis: An Argentine perspective pp. 99-114 Downloads
Leonidas Zelmanovitz, Carlos Newland and Juan Carlos Rosiello
Competition is (still) a tough weed: A review essay of Thomas Philippon’s The great reversal: How America gave up on free markets pp. 115-128 Downloads
Louis Rouanet
Steven Waldman, Sacred Liberty: America’s Long, Bloody, and Ongoing Struggle for Religious Freedom. New York: HarperOne, 2019. ix + 390 pages. USD 28.99 (hardback) pp. 129-133 Downloads
Anthony Gill
David Skarbek, The Puzzle of Prison Order: Why Life Behind Bars Varies Around the World pp. 135-141 Downloads
Kaitlyn Woltz
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