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Peter Boettke & David Prychitko on Academia and Libertarianism, Pt. 3

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In the final installment of a three-part series on academia and libertarianism, Peter Boettke and David Prychitko finish their conversation by first considering the impact of Prychitko's "The Market Process" on the field and younger scholars. The pair also discuss the role of disagreement within economics and importance of continuing within the tradition of being a lifelong learner. Boettke and Prychitko conclude their conversation by remembering the work of Paul Heyne and others as well as the opportunities they were given to carry on the academic work of their mentors.

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In the final installment of a three-part series on academia and libertarianism, Peter Boettke and David Prychitko finish their conversation by first considering the impact of Prychitko's "The Market Process" on the field and younger scholars. The pair also discuss the role of disagreement within economics and importance of continuing within the tradition of being a lifelong learner. Boettke and Prychitko conclude their conversation by remembering the work of Paul Heyne and others as well as the opportunities they were given to carry on the academic work of their mentors.

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