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Edward Stringham

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Works Published inAustrian Economics NewsletterMises Daily ArticleThe Journal of Libertarian StudiesQuarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

Edward Stringham is Davis Professor of Economic Organizations and Innovation at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. In 2017 he became president of American Institute for Economic Research in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. He received his undergraduate degree from College of the Holy Cross in 1997 and his doctorate from George Mason University in 2002. As a student, Stringham first attended Mises University in 1996.

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Anarchy and the Law

Legal SystemPolitical Theory

If you love the idea of free-market anarchism, hate it, or are just intrigued that so many are steeped in the rigor and logic of the prospects of a free society without the state, this is the collection that gives you all you need to find your way around this burgeoning line of thought.
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Can the State Improve a Hobbesian World?

Free MarketsEntrepreneurshipPolitical Theory

09/13/2006Mises Daily Articles
We are glad that public choice economists started studying this topic three decades ago, and we hope to see a resurgence in explorations in the theory of anarchy.
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Anarchism as a Research Paradigm

Political Theory

Edward Stringham presents Anarchism as a Research Paradigm at the 2006 Austrian Scholars Conference.
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Rothbard Battles the Mainstream

09/25/2003Mises Daily Articles
In order to publish in mainstream academic journals, must Austrians "water down" or soft pedal our ideas so that they will not seem "too radical"? Murray Rothbard, thankfully, never followed that strategy, but it still did not preclude him from publishing in a number of highly ranked journals. In...
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Book Review: When States Fail: Causes and Consequences by Robert I. Rotberg

Political Theory

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Do weak governments around the globe merit assistance? The premise of When States Fail: Causes and Consequences is that without strong government, society devolves into chaos.


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