Five Market-Friendly Nobelists
Friedman, Stigler, Buchanan, Coase, and Becker
By Charles K. Rowley
This article appeared in the Winter 1998/99 issue of The Independent Review.
Rowley recaps the careers of five Nobel laureates viewed as among the twentieth centurys 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.
Charles K. Rowley (19392013) was a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and a Member of Board of Advisors for The Independent Review.
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|Other Independent Review articles by Charles K. Rowley|
|Winter 1997/98||On the Nature of Civil Society|
|Spring 1996||What Is Living and What Is Dead in Classical Liberalism?|