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Success and Luck: Good Fortune and the Myth of Meritocracy
The Independent Review   9/1/2017
Steven G. Horwitz
The Language of Economics: Socially Constructed Vocabularies and Assumptions
The Independent Review   4/1/2017
Robert M. Whaples
Piketty Misreads Austen
The Independent Review   1/1/2017
Carlos Rodríguez Braun
John Stuart Mill, Political Economist: A Reassessment
The Independent Review   6/1/2016
Quentin P. Taylor
Douglass C. North: The Restless Innovator
The Independent Review   6/1/2016
John V. C. Nye
Douglass C. North: The Answer Is “Transactions Costs”
The Independent Review   6/1/2016
Michael C. Munger
Economic Modeling: Why the Standard Model Survives Bad Performance
The Independent Review   3/1/2016
Vernon L. Smith
Steven D. Gjerstad
Advanced Introduction to the Austrian School of Economics
The Independent Review   3/1/2016
Vlad Tarko
Money, Banking, and the Business Cycle. Volume 1: Integrating Theory and Practice. Volume 2: Remedies and Alternative Theories
The Independent Review   10/1/2015
Nicolás Cachanosky
How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life: An Unexpected Guide to Human Nature and Happiness
The Independent Review   10/1/2015
John T. Dalton
Introduction: Symposium on Anthony de Jasay
The Independent Review   7/1/2015
G. Patrick Lynch
The Defensive State
The Independent Review   7/1/2015
Hartmut Kliemt
The State and Public Choice
The Independent Review   7/1/2015
Pierre Lemieux
No Salvation through Constitutions: Jasay versus Buchanan and Rawls
The Independent Review   7/1/2015
André Azevedo Alves
Spontaneous Order: Origins, Actual Spontaneity, Diversity
The Independent Review   7/1/2015
Carlo Ludovico Cordasco
Sebastiano Bavetta
Broken Windows and House-Owning Dogs: The French Connection and the Popularization of Economics from Bastiat to Jasay
The Independent Review   7/1/2015
David M. Hart
Leonard P. Liggio: Man of Peace
The Independent Review   7/1/2015
Marty Zupan
Phillip W. Magness
Social Justice and the Indian Rope Trick (Collected Papers of Anthony de Jasay)
The Independent Review   7/1/2015
Michael C. Munger
Public Choice’s Homeric Hero: Gordon Tullock (1922–2014)
The Independent Review   4/1/2015
Michael C. Munger
“Foreign Policy and Domestic Policy Are but One System”: Mises on International Organizations and the World Trade Organization
The Independent Review   1/1/2015
Carmen Elena Dorobăț
The Case for Cautious Conservatism
The Independent Review   1/1/2015
Nicholas Rescher
Repudiation in Antebellum Mississippi
The Independent Review   10/1/2014
Clifford F. Thies
The Imprudence of Macroprudential Policy
The Independent Review   7/1/2014
Alexander William Salter
Ronald Coase: An Appreciation
The Independent Review   7/1/2014
John V. C. Nye
Madmen, Intellectuals, and Academic Scribblers: The Economic Engine of Political Change
The Independent Review   7/1/2014
Lawrence W. Kenny
Symposium on James M. Buchanan: Introduction
The Independent Review   1/1/2014
Christopher J. Coyne
The Soul of James Buchanan?
The Independent Review   1/1/2014
Michael C. Munger
Geoffrey Brennan
Buchanan as a Classical Liberal
The Independent Review   1/1/2014
Hartmut Kliemt
The Battle of Bretton Woods: John Maynard Keynes, Harry Dexter White, and the Making of a New World Order
The Independent Review   1/1/2014
William J. Luther
Reconciling Rawls and Hayek?
The Independent Review   4/1/2013
Gary Chartier
The Reality of the Wartime Economy: More Historical Evidence on Whether World War II Ended the Great Depression
The Independent Review   1/1/2013
Steven G. Horwitz
Michael J. McPhillips
Most Economists Welcome Ideological Openness
The Independent Review   10/1/2012
Daniel B. Klein
William L. Davis
Bob G. Figgins
David Hendengren
Ben Bernanke versus Milton Friedman: The Federal Reserve’s Emergence as the U.S. Economy’s Central Planner
The Independent Review   3/8/2011
Jeffrey Rogers Hummel
Public Policy, Human Instincts, and Economic Growth
The Independent Review   1/1/2011
Jonathan B. Wight
The Music of Social Intercourse: Synchrony in Adam Smith
The Independent Review   1/1/2011
Daniel B. Klein
Michael J. Clark
The Dangers of Samuelson’s Economic Method
The Independent Review   1/1/2011
Robert Higgs
Bastiat as an Economist
The Independent Review   1/1/2011
Carlos Rodríguez Braun
María Blanco
Education—A Bad Public Good?
The Independent Review   10/1/2010
Jane S. Shaw
The Shaping of a Future President's Economic Thought: Richard T. Ely and Woodrow Wilson at “The Hopkins”
The Independent Review   10/1/2010
Clifford F. Thies
Gary M. Pecquet
Literature and the Economics of Liberty
The Independent Review   10/1/2010
Allen Porter Mendenhall
Intellectuals and Society
The Independent Review   10/1/2010
David Gordon
Hayek on Spontaneous Order and Constitutional Design
The Independent Review   6/4/2010
Scott A. Boykin
Knowledge Flat-talk: A Conceit of Supposed Experts and a Seduction to All
The Independent Review   6/4/2010
Daniel B. Klein
The Modern Growth of Government Springs More from Ideas Than from Vested Interests
The Independent Review   4/1/2010
Slavisa Tasic
What Happened to “Efficient Markets”?
The Independent Review   1/1/2010
Peter J. Boettke
Thomas Hobbes, Political Economist: His Changing Historical Fortunes
The Independent Review   1/1/2010
Quentin P. Taylor
“Are Economists Basically Immoral?” and Other Essays on Economics, Ethics, and Religion
The Independent Review   1/1/2010
Peter J. Hill
Groupthink in Academia: Majoritarian Departmental Politics and the Professional Pyramid
The Independent Review   4/1/2009
Daniel B. Klein
Charlotta Stern
Was Keynes a Liberal?
The Independent Review   10/1/2008
Ralph Raico
Coordination Economics, Poverty Traps, and the Market Process: A New Case for Industrial Policy?
The Independent Review   10/1/2008
Bogdan Glăvan


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