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Source link: http://archive.mises.org/19148/learn-austrian-economics/

Learn Austrian Economics

November 11, 2011 by

For some reason or another I missed this very impressive resource list of essays, books, and videos that Tom Woods put together for those interested in a beginner’s guide to Austrian economics.

Tom begins with elementary texts on economic reasoning and then supplements this with a video series by various excellent professors who discuss one chapter of Henry Hazlit’s Economics in One Lesson each.

He then builds on this basic knowledge with a variety of books, audio, and video that will keep you busy for the rest of the year.

And when you are done you can proceed here to the Mises Media page and here then to the Molinari Institute’s Heritage of Dissent: An Online Library of Radical Libertarian Classics to keep you occupied for the next decade.

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John James November 12, 2011 at 2:30 am

A shortcut to this list is Austrianomics.com or LearnAustrianEconomics.com.  It was also featured in an expanded version (including resources on political matters as well) on LewRockwell.com here.  The most comprehensive version of these resources is found at the Campaign for Liberty site here: Education for liberty.

For other reading lists like this, see the forum page here: Reading lists

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