OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Handbook of Austrian Economics

ISBN : 9780199811762

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¥23,100
著者: 
Peter J. Boettke; Christopher Coyne
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832 ページ
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Hardcover
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181 x 254 mm
刊行日
2015年10月
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Oxford Handbooks in Economics
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The Austrian School of Economics is an intellectual tradition in economics and political economy dating back to Carl Menger in the late-19th century. Menger stressed the subjective nature of value in the individual decision calculus. Individual choices are indeed made on the margin, but the evaluations of rank ordering of ends sought in the act of choice are subjective to individual chooser. For Menger, the economic calculus was about scarce means being deployed to pursue an individual's highest valued ends. The act of choice is guided by subjective assessments of the individual, and is open ended as the individual is constantly discovering what ends to pursue, and learning the most effective way to use the means available to satisfy those ends. This school of economic thinking spread outside of Austria to the rest of Europe and the United States in the early-20th century and continued to develop and gain followers, establishing itself as a major stream of heterodox economics. The Oxford Handbook of Austrian Economics provides an overview of this school and its theories. The various contributions discussed in this book all reflect a tension between the Austrian School's orthodox argumentative structure (rational choice and invisible hand) and its addressing of a heterodox problem situations (uncertainty, differential knowledge, ceaseless change). The Austrian economists from the founders to today seek to derive the invisible hand theorem from the rational choice postulate via institutional analysis in a persistent and consistent manner. Scholars and students working in the field of History of Economic Thought, those following heterodox approaches, and those both familiar with the Austrian School or looking to learn more will find much to learn in this comprehensive volume.

目次: 

1. Introduction
Peter Boettke and Christopher Coyne
METHODOLOGY
2. Austrian Methodology: A Review & Synthesis
Adam Martin
MICROECONOMICS
3. The Knowledge Problem
Lynne Kiesling
4. Market Theory and the Price System
Frederic Sautet
5. Austrians Versus Market Socialists
Jesus Huerta de Soto
6. Spontaneous Order
Daniel D'Amico
MACROECONOMICS AND MONETARY ECONOMICS
7. The Capital Using Economy
Peter Lewin and Howard Baetjer
8. Capital-Based Macroeconomics: Austrians, Keynes, and Keynesians
John P. Cochran
9. Austrian Business Cycle Theory: A Modern Appraisal
Andrew Young
10. Free Banking
Kevin Dowd
INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS
11. Social Economy as an Extension of the Austrian Research Program
Emily Chamlee-Wright and Virgil Storr
12. Organizations and Markets
Nicolai J. Foss, Peter G. Klein, and Stefan Linder
13. The Evolution of Property Rights Systems
Bruce Benson
14. On the Origins of Stock Markets
Edward Stringham
PUBLIC POLICY AND INTERVENTIONISM
15. The Rule of Experts
Roger Koppl
16. The Problem of Rationality: Austrian Economics between Classical Behaviorism and Behavioral Economics
Mario Rizzo
17. Dynamics of Interventionism
Sanford Ikeda
POLITICAL ECONOMY
18. Ordoliberalism and the Austrian School
Stefan Kolev
19. The Tax State as Source of Perpetual Crisis
Richard Wagner
20. Constitutional Political Economy and Austrian Economics
Mark Pennington
21. Public Choice and Austrian Economics
Randall Holcombe
22. The Market Process Theory Perspective of Capitalism: Normative Facets and Implications
Paul Dragos Aligica
AUSTRIAN CONNECTIONS AND EXTENSIONS
23. On the Economy Wide Implications of Kirznerian Alertness
Maria Minnitti
24. Contemporary Austrian Economics and the New Economic Sociology
Ryan Langrill and Virgil Storr
25. The Austrian Theory of Finance: Is It a Unique Contribution to the Field?
Gregory Dempster
26. Austrian Economics and the Evolutionary Paradigm
Ulrich Witt and Naomi Beck
27. Complexity and Austrian Economics
J. Barkley Rosser
28. The Sensory Order, Neuroeconomics and Austrian Economics
Bill Butos and Thomas McQuade
DEVELOPMENT, TRANSITION, AND SOCIAL CHANGE
29. What Have we Learned from the Collapse of Communism?
Peter Boettke and Olga Nicoara
30. The Political Economy of Foreign Intervention
Thomas K. Duncan and Christopher Coyne
31. From Subsistence to Advanced Material Production: Austrian Development Economics
G.P. Manish and Benjamin Powell
32. On Your Mark, Get Set, Develop! Leadership and Economic Development
Scott A. Beaulier and Daniel J. Smith
APPLICATIONS: THE 2007 FINANCIAL CRISIS
33. The Financial Crisis in the United States
Steven Horwitz
34. The Financial Crisis in the UK: Uncertainty, Calculation and Error
Anthony J. Evans

著者について: 

Peter Boettke is University Professor of Economics & Philosophy at George Mason University and Director of The F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.; Christopher Coyne is the F.A. Harper Professor of Economics at George Mason University and Associate Director of The F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politic,s and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

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