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Austrian Economics and Literature

October 15, 2010

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I have started a blog on Austrian Economics and Literature:

Late Capitalism

February 22, 2010


My brother, Todd, sent me the following email: “In my art history class, I have come across a term I have never encountered until now, Late Capitalism. Turns out to be a Marxist term, shock, shock, that assumes capitalism is just a phase. Sounds like wishful thinking on the Marxist part to me. Even if […]

Literature and Spontaneous Order

December 18, 2009


In my conference paper, I reference a chapter from an upcoming book on literature and spontaneous order. I am happy to announce that it is now available at Literature and the Economics of Liberty: Spontaneous Order in Culture, Paul Cantor and Stephen Cox, eds. I think this is pretty exciting for both literary and spontaneous […]