Austrian Economics in Transition: From Carl Menger to Friedrich Hayek by H. HagemannAustrian Economics in Transition: From Carl Menger to Friedrich Hayek by H. Hagemann

Austrian Economics in Transition: From Carl Menger to Friedrich Hayek

byH. HagemannEditorT. Nishizawa, Y. Ikeda

Hardcover | May 28, 2010

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This book analyzes both the consistent and changing elements in the Austrian School of Economics since its foundation in the late 19th Century up to the recent offspring of this School. It investigates the dynamic metamorphosis of the school, mainly with reference to its contact with representatives of history of economic thought.
HARALD HAGEMANN is at University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.TAMOTSU NISHIZAWA is at Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan.YUKIHIRO IKEDA Keio is at University, Tokyo, Japan.
Title:Austrian Economics in Transition: From Carl Menger to Friedrich HayekFormat:HardcoverDimensions:339 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.81 inPublished:May 28, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230222269

ISBN - 13:9780230222267

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Table of Contents

PART I: CARL MENGER: TOWARDS A NEW IMAGE OF THE FOUNDER Carl Menger's Liberalism Revisited; Y.Ikeda Carl Menger after 1871: His Quest for the Reality of 'Economic Man'; K.Yagi PART II: LIBERAL ASPECTS OF THE HISTORICAL SCHOOL: MAX WEBER AND LUJO BRENTANO Discoursing Freedom: Weber's Project; J.Kobayashi Max Weber and the 'New Economics"; K.Tribe The Historical School and the Making of Economic Science in Japan; T.Nishizawa PART III: SOME METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMS The Transition from Menger to Wieser; R.Arena From Menger to Polanyi: Toward a Substantive Economic Theory; M.Cangiani A Note on Carl Menger's Problem Situation; K.Milford PART IV: DISSEMINATION OF THE AUSTRIAN SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS The Austrian School in the Interwar Period; H.Hagemann Involvement of Austrian émigré Economists in American; C.Nakayama PART V: TRANSITION OF THE AUSTRIAN SCHOOL On Menger, Hayek and on the Concept of 'Verstehen'; K.Leube Theory of Knowledge and the Idea of Evolution; S.Egashira The Transformation of Hayek in the 1930s; M.Nishibe Methodenstreit and Thereafter; T.Hashimoto