First issue of Journal of Prices and Markets Now Available

Dave Howden, editor, has announced the release of the first issue of the new  The Journal of Prices & Markets from the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada. This journal should be a great new outlet for Austrian influenced economists to complement QJAE and RAE. HT to all who worked so hard bring this new journal to fruition and congratulations to all the vol. 1 authors.  

The contents:

  • Editorials

Unintended Consequences
David Howden

The More Things Change…
Redmond Weissenberger

Bounded Rationality
Ben O´Neill

Articles

The Quantity Theory of Money
David Howden

Federal Reserve Independence: A Centennial Review
Peter J. Boettke and Daniel J. Smith

A French Predecessor of the “Austrian” Theory of the Business Cycle – Marcel Labordère on the American Crisis of 1907
Eduard Braun

Non-excludability, Externalities, and Entrepreneurship: An Overview of the Austrian Theory of Common Goods
Jakub Bożydar Wiśniewski

Book Reviews

Reviews of books about Ron Paul
Walter E. Block

David Stockman, The Great Deformation
George Bragues

More on the journal:

 

The journal seeks to improve the understanding of the role of markets in the economy. Submissions should seek to shed light on contemporary issues while being grounded in a praxeological reasoning. Prices & Markets welcomes submissions from a variety of fields such as politics, sociology, and psychology, where ever they can bring relevance to economic and financial questions.

Prices & Markets is a journal for those interested in how the application of economic principles can enlighten practical affairs. It stimulates debate on economic and social problems by disseminating complex issues in a widely accessible format. It takes as its starting point the good economics does not have to be complex economics.

The Journal welcomes submissions from a variety of fields such as politics, sociology, and psychology, wherever they can bring relevance to economic and financial questions.

Papers and panels cover a wide range of fields that impact on the Austrian paradigm, including: monetary theory; international trade; money and banking; methodology; history of thought; economic history; business cycles; geography; interventionism; literature; political philosophy; philosophy of science; society, culture, and religion; business regulation; environmental political economy; and history and theory of war.

The editorial board:

http://pricesandmarkets.org/editorial-board/

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