Author Archive for Timothy Terrell

Available: QJAE vol. 16, no. 1 (Armentano, McSherry and Wilson, Carden, Fisher, Méra, Thornton, Bagus)

Volume 16, no. 1 of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics is now available online. Articles are:

Dominick Armentano, 2013 AERC Ludwig von Mises Lecture, “Antitrust Myths: Speak Truth to Power,”

Bernard McSherry and Berry K. Wilson, “Overcertification and the NYCHA’s Clamor for a NYSE Clearinghouse,”

Art Carden, “Economic Calculation in the Environmentalist Commonwealth,”

Eloy A. Fisher, “Monetary Policy and Capital-Based Macroeconomics: An Empirical Examination for the United States (1963-2012),”

Xavier Méra, “Comparative Advantage and Uncertainty Bearing,”

Mark Thornton, Review of Exorbitant Privilege: The Rise and Fall of the Dollar and the Future of the International Monetary System by Barry Eichengreen,

Philipp Bagus, Review of Los Errores de la Vieja Economía by Juan Ramón Rallo

The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics was nominally founded in 1998, but, in terms of its mission and guiding spirit, it is a continuation, in an expanded and improved form, of the first ten volumes of the semi-annual Review of Austrian Economics, whose founding editor was the late Murray N. Rothbard.

The mission now, as it was when it was adopted from Rothbard, is “to promote the development and extension of Austrian economics and to promote the analysis of contemporary issues in the mainstream of economics from an Austrian perspective.”

Submissions and Editorial Board

Available: QJAE vol. 15, no. 3 (Butos, Prusa and Ryska, Zahringer, Lindemans, Howden, Bylund, Kaza, Polleit)

Volume 15, no. 3 of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics was made available online last week. Articles are:

William N. Butos, “Monetary Orders and Institutions: A Hayekian Perspective,”

Jan Pruša and Pavel Ryska, “Efficiency Wages and Involuntary Unemployment Revisited,”

Kenneth A. Zahringer, “Monetary Disequilibrium Theory and Business Cycles: An Austrian Critique,”

Jan Willem Lindemans, “Methodological Individualism and Cultural Evolution: Ontogenetic and Phylogenetic Approaches to Social Order,”

David Howden, Review of Thinking, Fast and Slow, by Daniel Kahneman

Per L. Bylund, Review of Capital in Disequilibrium: The Role of Capital in a Changing World, 2nd ed., by Peter Lewin

Greg Kaza, Review of A History of the Federal Reserve, Vol. 2: Book 1 (1951-1969), Book 2 (1970-1986), by Allan Meltzer

Thorsten Polleit, Review of Institutions in Crisis: European Perspectives on the Recession, David Howden, ed.

The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics was nominally founded in 1998, but, in terms of its mission and guiding spirit, it is a continuation, in an expanded and improved form, of the first ten volumes of the semi-annual Review of Austrian Economics, whose founding editor was the late Murray N. Rothbard.

The mission now, as it was when it was adopted from Rothbard, is “to promote the development and extension of Austrian economics and to promote the analysis of contemporary issues in the mainstream of economics from an Austrian perspective.”

Submissions and Editorial Board

Available: QJAE vol. 15, no. 2 (Foss, Engelhardt, Davidson, Grimm, Block/Barnett, and Howden)

Volume 15, no. 2 of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics was made available online this week. Articles are:

Nicolai J. Foss, “The Continuing Relevance of Austrian Capital Theory,”

Lucas Engelhardt, “Expansionary Monetary Policy and Decreasing Entrepreneurial Quality,”

Laura Davidson, “Against Monetary Disequilibrium Theory and Fractional Reserve Free Banking,”

Richard C. Grimm, “Fundamental Analysis as a Traditional Austrian Approach to Common Stock Selection,”

Walter E. Block and William Barnett II, “Transitivity and the Money Pump,”

David Howden, Review of Engineering the Financial Crisis: Systemic Risk and the Failure of Regulation, by Jeffrey Friedman and Wladimir Kraus

The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics was nominally founded in 1998, but, in terms of its mission and guiding spirit, it is a continuation, in an expanded and improved form, of the first ten volumes of the semi-annual Review of Austrian Economics, whose founding editor was the late Murray N. Rothbard.

The mission now, as it was when it was adopted from Rothbard, is “to promote the development and extension of Austrian economics and to promote the analysis of contemporary issues in the mainstream of economics from an Austrian perspective.”

Submissions and Editorial Board

Available: QJAE vol. 15, no. 1 (Salerno, Ravier, Topan, Bragues, McCaffrey, Kuehn)

Volume 15, no. 1 of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics was made available online this week. Articles are:

Joseph T. Salerno, “A Reformulation of Austrian Business Cycle Theory in Light of the Financial Crisis,”

Adrian Ravier and Peter Lewin, “The Subprime Crisis,”

Mihai Vladimir Topan, “A Note on Rothbardian Decision-Making Rents,”

George Bragues, “Neither Efficient Nor Animally Spirited, but Eventually Adjusting: The Stock Market According to L.A. Hahn,”

Matthew McCaffrey, “Five Erroneous Ways to Argue about Resource Economics,”

Daniel Kuehn, “A Critique of MacKenzie, not an Endorsement of Hoover: Reply to Vedder and Gallaway.”

The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics was nominally founded in 1998, but, in terms of its mission and guiding spirit, it is a continuation, in an expanded and improved form, of the first ten volumes of the semi-annual Review of Austrian Economics, whose founding editor was the late Murray N. Rothbard.

The mission now, as it was when it was adopted from Rothbard, is “to promote the development and extension of Austrian economics and to promote the analysis of contemporary issues in the mainstream of economics from an Austrian perspective.”

Submissions and Editorial Board