Five Market-Friendly Nobelists: Friedman, Stigler, Buchanan, Coase, and Becker
By Charles K. Rowley
This article appeared in the Winter 1999 issue of The Independent Review


Rowley recaps the careers of five Nobel laureates viewed as among the twentieth century’s foremost supporters of free-market economics. Along with their work praised by the Swedish Royal Academy, Rowley briefly evaluates their contributions to classical liberal political economy.

Other Independent Review articles by Charles K. Rowley
    Winter 1998   On the Nature of Civil Society
    Spring 1996   What Is Living and What Is Dead in Classical Liberalism?

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