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The Austrian Theory of Finance: Is It a Unique Contribution to the Field?  

Gregory Dempster

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Nov 2015
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Dec 2015
Austrian school economists have long been interested in monetary and financial operations that characterize modern capitalism. With a few exceptions, this interest was confined, at least ... More

The Ethical Economist: Duty and Virtue in the Scientific Process  

Jonathan B. Wight

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Apr 2016
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Nov 2014
Potential market failures in economic research are addressed in part through enlightened self-interest (reputation building) and strengthened through nonconsequentialist ethical traditions ... More

Ethics and Learning in Undergraduate Economics Education  

Robert F. Garnett Jr.

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Apr 2016
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Nov 2014
To address the epistemic asymmetry and insufficiency that characterize the role of the undergraduate economics educator, the author advocates (pace DeMartino 2011) an ethical turn in the ... More

On the Economy-Wide Implications of Kirznerian Alertness  

Maria Minniti

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Nov 2015
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Dec 2015
The system-wide implications of entrepreneurship are usually linked to the effects of innovation on economic growth or to the consequences of alternative institutional settings on various ... More

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