re: Modern Macroeconomics: Its Origins, Development and Current State, by Brian Snowdon (Northumbria University) and Howard R. Vane (Liverpool John Moores University), Aldershot: Edward Elgar, 2005 (forthcoming).
Take a look at this promotional material from Edward Elgar, which I just received this morning from Howard Vane. Edward Elgar is announcing the macro text to which I contributed the Austrian chapter. You’ll see a mention of my chapter in the second column of the second page–next-to-last paragraph. Also, see Chapter 9 in the Table of Contents.
Snowden and Vane wrote all the chapters except the ones on Post Keynesian School (Paul Davidson) and the Austrian School (Roger W. Garrison).
The 1994 version, in which I was an interviewee, was a pretty big success, especially in Great Brittain. I have high hopes that the 2005 version will gets some exposure for the Austrian School. I would think that anyone who teaches intermediate macroeconomics and wants to include the Austrian school would consider using this book.