The Mises Institute receives a constant stream of correspondence from around the world, and in this one item keeps coming up again and again. People often ask whether there have been any responses to Bryan Caplan’s essay “Why I’m not an Austrian Economist” (thanks to Google, the version on his personal site is far more widely circulated than the one that appeared in the Southern Economic Journal).
The answer is yes. See
- Economic Science and Neoclassicism by Jorg Guido Huelsmann
- Austrian Theorizing: Recalling the Foundations by Walter Block
- Probability, Common Sense, and Realism: A Reply to Huelsmann and Block
- Kaldor-Hicks Efficiency and the Problem of Central Planning by Edward Stringham
- Logical Economics vs. Mathematical Economics by Gene Callahan
Posted by Mark Thornton