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Some Recent Papers That Might Be of Interest, as well as some essays

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This will just be links to some of my recent papers that have been posted at SSRN and are slated for publication in a variety of outlets.     1. The Positive Political Economy of Analytical Anarchism (with Rosolino Candela)     2. They Never Walked Alone (with Alain Marciano and Solomon Stein)     3. Where Chicago Meets London (with Rosolino Candela) Last year, the Collected Works of Israel M. Kirzner was completed (10 volumes), and in the final version we provided a fully updated and comprehensive accounting of his publications.  This compilation built on earlier efforts by myself and others, but the final version was due to the effort and care of Rosolino Candela.  It warrants special attention in my mind for all students of Austrian economics, entrepreneurship, market

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This will just be links to some of my recent papers that have been posted at SSRN and are slated for publication in a variety of outlets.

    1. The Positive Political Economy of Analytical Anarchism (with Rosolino Candela)

    2. They Never Walked Alone (with Alain Marciano and Solomon Stein)

    3. Where Chicago Meets London (with Rosolino Candela)

Last year, the Collected Works of Israel M. Kirzner was completed (10 volumes), and in the final version we provided a fully updated and comprehensive accounting of his publications.  This compilation built on earlier efforts by myself and others, but the final version was due to the effort and care of Rosolino Candela.  It warrants special attention in my mind for all students of Austrian economics, entrepreneurship, market process, and liberal political economy.

    4. The Publications of Israel M. Kirzner

In addition to my writing for journals and books, I have started to write more regularly at both AIER and EconLib.  Two recent essays might be of interest.

    A. The Four Pillars of Economic Understanding

    B. Why Did Armen Alchian Have To Teach Economists About Property Rights?

I am most grateful to both Jeff Tucker and Amy Willis for giving me this opportunity, respectively, at AIER and EconLib.  I hope teachers and students of economics will find these columns helpful in exploring the wonderful new world of economics that our discipline opens up to all if taught with an eye to unleashing the natural curiosity in our students.

Peter Boettke
Peter Joseph Boettke (January 3, 1960) is an American economist of the Austrian School. He is currently a University Professor of Economics and Philosophy at George Mason University; the BB&T Professor for the Study of Capitalism, Vice President for Research, and Director of the F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at GMU.

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