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Hagemann, Harald

Austrian Economics in Transition

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Table of contents

Part I. Carl Menger: Towards a New Image of the Founder

1. Carl Menger’s Liberalism Revisited
Yukihiro Ikeda

2. Carl Menger after 1871: Quest for the Reality of ‘Economic Man’
Kiichiro Yagi

Part II. Liberal Aspects of the Historical School: Max Weber

3. Discoursing Freedom: Weber’s Project
Jun Kobayashi

4. Max Weber and the ‘New Economics’
Keith Tribe

5. The German Historical School, Schumpeter and Ichiro Nakayama: Economic Theory and Economic Sociology
Tamotsu Nishizawa

Part III. Some Methodological Problems

6. Friedrich von Wieser on Institutions and Social Economics
Richard Arena

7. From Menger to Polanyi: The Institutional Way
Michele Cangiani

8. A Note on Menger’s Problem Situation and Non-essentialist Approach to Economics
Karl Milford

Part IV. Dissemination of the Austrian School of Economics

9. The Austrian School in the Interwar Period
Harald Hagemann

10. Ludwig von Mises’s Business Cycle Theory: Static Tools for Dynamic Analysis
Arash Molavi Vasséi

11. Hayek on Practical Business Cycle Research: A Note
Hansjoerg Klausinger

12. Involvement of an Austrian Émigré Economist in America
Chikako Nakayama

Part V. Transition of the Austrian School

13. On Menger, Hayek and on the Concept of ‘Verstehen’
Kurt R. Leube

14. Hayek’s Cognitive Psychology
Susumu Egashira

15. Hayek’s Transformation of Market-Images in the 1930–40s
Makoto Nishibe

16. Carl Menger and the Later Austrian School of Economics: An Analysis of their Methodological Relationship
Tsutomu Hashimoto

Keywords: Economics, Methodology/History of Economic Thought, Economic History, Economic Theory/Quantitative Economics/Mathematical Methods, Macroeconomics/Monetary Economics//Financial Economics, Economic Systems, International Economics

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
351 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230281615
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-30782-1

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