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Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics 8, no. 1 (Spring 2005)
Volume 8, no. 1 (Spring 2005)
- HAYEK’S THEORY OF MONEY AND CYCLES: RETROSPECTIVE AND REAPPRAISAL by G.R. Steele. In adopting the view that “relatively few of our readers are interested in the history of economic thought anymore,” the editors of one journal have allowed criticisms of the work of Hayek to remain unanswered. That situation is now redressed, by courtesy of the this journal. . . .
- DEFLATION AND JAPAN REVISITED by Richard C.B. Johnsson. Conventional wisdom tells us that deflation counts among the worst things that can happen to an economy. Lately, the word deflation has become almost synonymous with Japan and its economic problems. But are falling prices really that bad? . . .
- SKYSCRAPERS AND BUSINESS CYCLES by Mark Thornton. The skyscraper index, created by economist Andrew Lawrence shows a correlation between the construction of the world’s tallest building and the business cycle. Is this just a coincidence, or perhaps do skyscrapers cause business cycles? . . .