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Austrian economics Austrian economics :
LCC: HB98 .A974 1991 (Source: dlc)
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Table Of Contents
The significance of Austrian economics in twentieth-century economic thought
Austrian rationalism in the age of decline of positivism
The driving force of the market: the idea of "competition" in contemporary economic theory and in the Austrian theory of the market process
The Austrian critique and demise of socialism: the Soviet case
Regulation of a process: on the theory, history, and doctrine of government regulation
Austrian capital theory and the future of macroeconomics
Austrian capital theory and economic development of the third world
Monetary equlibrium and the "productivity norm" of price-level policy.
Authorized Access Point
Ebeling, Richard M. Austrian economics