Liberty and Society June 9-15 Readings
The following is a list of suggested reading for the seminar:
- Frederic Bastiat, The Candlemaker's Petition
- Peter Boettke, Chris Coyne and Peter Leeson "Man as Machine: The Plight of 20th Century Economics"
- James m. Buchanan, "Public Choice: Politics without Romance"
- Chris Coyne and Peter Leeson, “An Austrian Inquiry Into the Wealth of Nations: Incorporating Austrian Economics Into Economic Development”
- David Friedman, "Gypsy Law" from Legal Systems Very Different from Ours
- David Friedman, "The Crime/Tort Puzzle" from Law's Order
- David Friedman, The Machinery of Freedom, Chapter 34
- Roger Garrison, Time and Money: The Macroeconomics of Capital Structure
- F.A. Hayek, Counter Revolution of Science: Studies in the Abuse of Reason
- F. A. Hayek, “The Intellectuals and Socialism”
- Steven Horwitz, “From Smith to Menger to Hayek: Liberalism in the Spontaneous-Order Tradition”
- Geoffrey Lea, Booms, Bubbles, and Busts: Three Essays in Business Cycles and the Housing Crisis of 2008
- Ludwig von Mises, "Determinism and Penology" from Theory and History
- Sandra J. Peart and David M. Levy, The Vanity of the Philosopher: From Equality to Hierarchy in Post-Classical Economics
- La Porta, Lopez-De-Silanes and Shleifer, "The Economic Consequences of Legal Origins"
- John Sanders and Jan Narveson, "Anarchy and Efficient Law" from For and Against the State
- Brian Snowdon and Howard Vane, Modern Macroeconomics: Its Origins, Development And Current State