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White, ed. Short and Gerald P. Mixon and Richard Cebula, eds. Austrian Economics is a research paradigm in the tradition of realist philosophy and classical economics. The Austrian School differs from contemporary mainstream economics most notably in its epistemological and methodological foundations.

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It stresses the existence and importance of universal economic laws, and refutes the positivistic approach. Present-day Austrian economists have made contributions to epistemology, methodology, capital theory, entrepreneurship, money and banking, history of thought, bureaucracy, financial markets, value theory, industrial organization, business ethics, interventionism, economic policy, social economics, and business cycle theory. While most of these fields are also covered by other schools of economic thought, Austrians try to approach them from the point of view of the logic of human action praxeology and the logic of institutions, moving beyond the artificial borders imposed by econometrics and other exercises in modelling.

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Our seminar is welcoming paper propositions from all disciplines. We are interested both in technical analyses and in contributions that offer cross-disciplinary perspectives on overarching problems. Monopsony Theory Revisited Forthcoming in: M. McCaffrey ed. Thermes ed. Do CDS put limits on debt accumulation under a fiat money regime? Published in: Libertarian Papers , vol. IX, no.


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