New Perspectives on Austrian Economics by Gerrit MeijerNew Perspectives on Austrian Economics by Gerrit Meijer

New Perspectives on Austrian Economics

EditorGerrit Meijer

Hardcover | June 30, 1995

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In recent years there has been a spectacular revival of interest in the economics of the Austrian school.
New Perspectives on Austrian Economicsincludes
*A keynote chapter by Israel Kirzner on the question of subjectivism within Austrian Economics
*Chapters on Menger, Hayek and Schumpeter
*the Socialist Calculation debate
*Austrian perspectives on key theoretical issues including Uncertainty and Business Cycle Theory
*the policy implications of Austrian economics
Title:New Perspectives on Austrian EconomicsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:296 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.9 inPublished:June 30, 1995Publisher:Taylor and Francis

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:041512283X

ISBN - 13:9780415122832


Table of Contents

Part I: the sujectivism of Austrian Economics The subjectivism of Austrian economics Part II: Historical Aspects of Austrian Economics Carl Menger in the 1860's: Menger on Roscher's Grundlagen Comment Nicolaas Gerard Pierson: His Impact and Contribution to Economics Austrian Sustainability The Shortcut-Approach to Consumer Calculations: A Neo-Marginalis Solution Part III: Theoretical Aspects of Modern Austrian Economics Schumpeter vs Hayek - Two Approaches to Evolutionary Economics Comment Austrian economics and Uncertainty: On a Non-Deterministic but Non-Haphazard Future Kirzner's Core Concepts On the Non-neutrality of Mathematical formalization: Austrian versus New Classical Business Cycle Theories Part IV: Political Applications of Austrian Economics Economic theory and Competition Policy ij the Netherlands Early Views on the Socialist Economy Entrepreneurship and the EconomicAnalysis of Socialism Austrian Perspectives for the Economy in Europe Today Comment