Peter J. Boettke
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Ph.D. in Economics, George Mason University, January, 1989

M.A. in Economics, George Mason University, January, 1987

B.A. in Economics, Grove City College, May, 1983

TITLE OF DOCTORAL THESIS: The Political Economy of Soviet Socialism, 1918-1928


Academic Positions

1987 –88 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, George Mason University

1988 –90 Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, School of Business Administration, Oakland University, Rochester, MI 48309

1990 –97 Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, New York University, New York, NY 10003

1997 –98 Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Finance, School of Business, Manhattan College, Riverdale, NY 10471

1998 – 2003 Associate Professor, Department of Economics, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030 (tenured Fall 2000)

2003 –07 Professor, Department of Economics, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030

2007 – University Professor, George Mason University


Market Process Theory, Comparative Political Economy, History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Economic Development, Economic Methodology, Austrian Economics, Political Economy, Informal Institutions


Awards, Prizes and Honors

2011 Certificate of Appreciation for 2010-2011 ASC Keynote Address: “The Tasks of Economic Education,” The Adam Smith Club, Campbell University

2011 Franz Čuhel Memorial Prize for Excellence in Economic Education, CEVRO Institut, Prague, Czech Republic

2010 Distinguished Alumni Award, George Mason University College of Humanities and Social Sciences

2010 Adam Smith Award, Association of Private Enterprise Education-Alumni Association

2009 Faculty Member of the Year Award, George Mason University

2006 Sir Ronald Trotter Lecture, Wellington, New Zealand

2005 Jack Kennedy Award for Alumni Achievement, Grove City College

2005 Charles Koch Distinguished Alumnus, The Institute for Humane Studies

2005 Distinguished Scholar Award, Association of Private Enterprise Education

2002 Templeton Guest Lecture, Bucharest, Romania

1999 & 2001 Templeton Foundation Freedom Project for Course Design

2000 Templeton Foundation for the Advanced Study of Freedom (Galway, Ireland)

1999 Templeton Foundation for the Advanced Study of Freedom (Newport, Rhode Island)

1999 Smith Prize, Society for the Development of Austrian Economics

1998 Henry George Distinguished Lecture, St. John’s University

1998 Bowman Distinguished Lecture, Indiana Wesleyan University

1995 Otto Eckstein Prize, Eastern Economic Association (Honorable Mention)

1995 Golden Dozen Teaching Award, New York University

1995 Visiting Scholar, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University

1994 The Mont Pelerin Society. International paper competition on the legacy of F. A. Hayek (First Prize)

1993 Visiting Professor, Central European University, Prague, CZ

1993 Visiting Scholar, The Institute for International Political and Economic Studies Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

1992 Summer Faculty Seminar on Economy and Culture, Institute for the Study of Economic Culture, Boston University

1992 AEA Meetings, Association for Comparative Economic Studies Paper Competition (First Prize)

1989 William P. Snavely Award for Outstanding Achievement for Graduate Studies in Economics, George Mason University

1988 AEA Meetings, Omicron Delta Epsilon Graduate Student Paper Competition (Winner)

1983 Graduated with High Honors in Economics, Grove City College


2011 Fulbright Commission Scholarship, CEVRO Institute, Prague, Czech Republic

2004, 2006 F.A. Hayek Fellow, London School of Economics

2000- 02 Faculty Summer Fellow, Charles University/Georgetown University

2001 Faculty Fellow, Stockholm School of Economics

1997 Faculty Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Research Into Economic Systems

1994 F.A. Hayek Fellowship Award, The Mont Pelerin Society

1992-93 National Fellow, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University

1990 Oakland University Faculty Summer Research Fellowship

1989 School of Business Administration, Oakland University, Summer Research Fellowship

1988 Dissertation Fellowship, George Mason University

1986-89, 93 F. A. Hayek Fund for Scholars Research Grant, Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University

1984-87 Claude R. Lambe Research Fellowship, The Center for the Study of Market Processes, George Mason University


2000- H.B. Earhart Foundation, grant for dissertation fellowship

2000- Oloffson/Weaver Family, grant for dissertation fellowship

1998- Program in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Kaplan Foundation

1992-93 Faculty Research Grant, Earhart Foundation



Authored Books

  1. Robustní Politická Ekonomie pro 21. Století. Prague, Czech Republic: CEVRO Institut Academic Press, 2011.

  2. Context Matters: Institutions and Entrepreneurship. In Zoltan Acs & David Audretsch, eds. Foundations & Trends in Entrepreneurship series. Now Publishers, 2009. (co-authored with Chris Coyne)

  3. Challenging Institutional Analysis and Development: The Bloomington School. New York: Routledge, 2009. (co-authored with Paul Dragos Aligica)

  4. The Economic Way of Thinking, 10th ed., 2002; 11th ed., 2005; 12th ed., 2009. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 527pp. (with Paul Heyne [original author] and David Prychitko, preface by Douglass North).

  5. The Battle of Ideas: Economics and the Struggle for a Better World. (The Sir Ronald TrotterLecture). Wellington, NZ: NZBR, 2007.

  6. Is an Independent Non-Profit Sector Prone to Failure? In Lenore Ealy, ed. Conversations in Philanthropy series. Indianapolis, IN: The Philanthropic Enterprise, 2004 (co-authored with David Prychitko)

  7. Calculation & Coordination: Essays on Socialism and Transitional Political Economy. In Mario Rizzo and Lawrence H. White, eds. Foundations of the Market Economy series (London: Routledge, 2001), 352pp.

  8. Why Perestroika Failed: The Politics and Economics of Socialist Transformation (London: Routledge, 1993), 199pp.

  9. The Political Economy of Soviet Socialism: The Formative Years, 1918-1928 (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990), 246pp.

Edited Books

  1. Edited with an introduction and conclusion. Handbook on Contemporary Austrian Economics. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2010.)

  2. Edited, with an introduction. The Legacy of Ludwig von Mises: Theory and History, 2 volumes. In Steven Medema, ed. Intellectual Legacies in Modern Economics series (Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006). (Co-editor Peter Leeson).

  3. Edited, with an introduction. Socialism and the Market: The Socialist Calculation Debate Revisited, 9 volumes (London: Routledge, 2000).

  4. Edited, with an introduction. The Legacy of F. A. Hayek: Politics, Philosophy and Economics, 3 volumes. In Steven Medema, ed. Intellectual Legacies in Modern Economics series (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000).

  5. Edited, with an introduction. Market Process Theories, 2 volumes. In Mark Blaug, ed. The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics series (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1998). (Co-editor, David L. Prychitko).

  6. Edited, with an introduction and conclusion. The Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994), 628pp.

  7. Edited, with an introduction. The Collapse of Development Planning. In Mario Rizzo, ed. The Political Economy of the Austrian School series (New York: New York University Press, 1994), 334pp.

  8. Edited, with an introduction and conclusion. The Market Process: Essays in Contemporary Austrian Economics (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994), 320pp. (Co-editor, David L. Prychitko).

Journal Articles

  1. “Institutions First.” Journal of Institutional Economics, forthcoming (co-authored with Alexander Fink.)

  2. “1985: A Defining Year in the Modern History of Austrian Economics.” The Review of Austrian Economics, forthcoming (co-authored with David Prychitko)

  3. “Exchange, Production, and Samaritan Dilemmas.” Basic Income Studies, forthcoming (co-authored with Adam G. Martin)

  4. “The Debt-Inflation Cycle and the Global Financial Crisis.” Global Policy. 2011, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 184-189 (co-authored with Christopher Coyne.)

  5. “Cultivating Constructive Discourse over Economics and Public Policy.” The Review of Austrian Economics. 2011, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 67-70

  6. “The Two Social Philosophies of Ostroms’ Institutionalism.” Policy Studies Journal. 2011, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 29-49 (co-authored with Paul Dragos Aligica)

  7. “Takings.” Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy. 2010, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 327-338 (co-authored with Peter Leeson and Christopher Coyne)

  8. “Corridors, Coordination and the Entrepreneurial Theory of the Market Process.” The Journal of Private Enterprise, 2010, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 87-96.

  9. "Peter Berger and the Comedic Drama of Political, Economic and Social Life". Society, 2010, vol. 47, no. 3, pp. 178-185.

  10. "Is the only form of 'reasonable regulation' self regulation?; Lessons from Lin Ostrom on regulating the commons and cultivativing citizens" Public Choice, 2010, vol. 143, no. 3/4, pp. 283-291.

  11. “Cultivating Catallactics: Laurence Moss as Scholar and Mentor.” American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 2010, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 40-44.

  12. "What Happened to Efficient Markets?" The Independent Review, 2010, vol 14, no. 3, pp. 363-376

  13. “From Neuro-Hayekians to Subjectivist Hayekians: A Reply to Horwitz and Koppl,” Advances in Austrian Economics. 2010, vol. 13, pp. 399 – 403. (co-authored with Daniel J. D’Amico)

  14. “Making Sense out of The Sensory Order.” Advances in Austrian Economics. 2010, vol. 13, pp. 357-381. (co-authored with Daniel J. D’Amico)

  15. “Institutional Transition and the Problem of Credible Commitment.” The Annual Proceedings of the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations, 2009, vol. 1, pp. 41-52.

  16. "Two-Tiered Entrepreneurship and Economic Development." International Review of Law & Economics, 2009, 29(3), pp. 252-259. (co-authored with Peter Leeson)

  17. “Best Case, Worst Case, and the Golden Mean in Political Economy: An Introduction to a Symposium on Tim Besley’s Principled Agents? The Political Economy of Good Government.” The Review of Austrian Economics, 2009, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 123-125.

  18. “The Problem of Credible Commitment in Reconstruction,” Journal of Institutional Economics, 2009, 5(1): 1-23. (with Christopher J. Coyne)

  19. “The Continuing Relevance of F.A. Hayek’s Political Economy,” Advances in Austrian Economics, 2008, 11: 79-98. (co-authored with Peter Leeson and Chris Coyne)

  20. “The Evolution of Economics: Where We Are and How We Got Here,” Long Term View 7(1) 2008: 14-22. (co-authored with Peter Leeson and Dan Smith)

  21. “Are Regulations the Answer for Emerging Stock Markets? Evidence from the Czech Republic and Poland.” Quarterly Review of Economics & Finance, 2008, Vol 48, pp. 541-566. (with Edward Stringham and J.R. Clark)

  22. “Institutional Stickiness & the New Development Economics,” American Journal of Economics & Sociology, 2008, Vol. 67 No. 2, 331-358. (Co-authored with Peter Leeson and Chris Coyne).

  23. “Maximizing Behavior & Market Forces: The Microfoundations of Spontaneous Order Theorizing in Gordon Tullock’s Contributions to Smithian Political Economy,” Public Choice, 2008, Vol. 135, No. 1-2, pp. 3-10.

  24. “The Political, Economic, and Social Aspects of Katrina,” Southern Economic Journal. 2007, 74(2), 363-376. (with Emily Chamlee-Wright, Peter Gordon, Sandford Ikeda, Peter Leeson, and Russell Sobel)

  25. “Entrepreneurial Responses to Poverty and Social Conflict: The Enterprise Africa! Project”. Economic Affairs. 2007, Vol. 27, No. 2, pp. 2-5.

  26. 'Liberty vs. Power in Economic Policy in the 20th and 21st Centuries'. The Journal of Private Enterprise Vol. XXII, No. 2 (Spring 2007) pp. 7-36.

  27. “From Approximate Value Neutrality to Real Value Relevance: Economics, Political Economy, and the Moral Ecology of the Market Order,” Faith & Economics, Number 49, Spring 2007, pp.19-34.

  28. “Saving Government Failure Theory from Itself: Recasting Political Economy from an Austrian Perspective,” Constitutional Political Economy, 2007, 18(2): 127-143. (Co-authored with Peter Leeson and Chris Coyne).

  29. “The Political Economy of Forgiveness,” Society Vol. 44 No. 2, January/February 2007, pp. 53-59. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne.) Reprinted in Jonathan B. Imber, ed., Markets, Morals & Religion (New Brunswick: transaction publishers, 2008): 207-220.

  30. "Liberalism in the Post-9/11 World," Indian Journal of Economics & Business, 2007, Special Issue, 35-53. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne).

  31. "Where Economics And Philosophy Meet," Economic Journal,116, June 2006, pp. F306-F325. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne, John Davis, Francesco Guala, Alain Marciano, Jochen Runde and Margaret Schablas)

  32. “Was Mises Right?,” Review of Social Economy 2006, 64(2): 247-265. (Co-authored with Peter Leeson).

  33. “High Priests and Lowly Philosophers: The Battle for the Soul of Economics,” Case Western Reserve University Law Review, Vol. 56 No. 3, Spring 2006, pp. 551-568. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne and Peter Leeson). Translated and reprinted as “Sacerdotes Supremos Y Filosofos Humildes: La Batalla Por El Ama De La Economia,” in Revista de Economia y Derecho (Journal of Law and Economics), N∞10, OTOÑO 2006.

  34. “The Failings of Legal Centralism for Helping Stock Markets in Transition,” Politicka Ekonomie Vol. 1, 2006, pp. 22-34 (Co-authored with Edward Stringham)

  35. "Converting Social Conflict: Focal Points and the Evolution of Social Cooperation," The Review of Austrian Economics, 2006, 19(2/3): 137-147. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne and Peter Leeson)

  36. "Institutions, Immigration and Identity," NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, Vol. 1 No. 3, 2005, pp. 1-18. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne)

  37. “Hayek and Market Socialism: Science, Ideology and Public Policy,” Economic Affairs 25 (4) December 2005: 54-60.

  38. “Socialism: Still Impossible After All These Years,” Critical Review (17 (1-2) 2005), 177-192. (Co-authored with Peter Leeson).

  39. “Knowledge, Economics and Coordination: Understanding Hayek’s Legal Theory,” NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, Vol. 1 (2005) 209-223. (Co-authored with Scott Beaulier and Chris Coyne).

  40. “The Role of the Economists in Economic Development,” Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics 2006: 19(2): 47-68. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne).

  41. “The New Comparative Political Economy,” Review of Austrian Economics 18 (3-4) 2005: 281-304. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne, Peter Leeson and Frederic Sautet)

  42. “On Reading Hayek: Choice, Consequences and The Road to Serfdom,” European Journal of Political Economy 21 (December) 2005: 1042-1053.

  43. “The Many Faces of the Market,” Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines 14(2) 2004: 71-86. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne and Peter Leeson).

  44. “The Limits of Economic Expertise: Prophets, Engineers, and the State in the History of Development Economics,” History of Political Economy, Vol. 37, 2005, pp. 10-39. (Co-authored with Steve Horwitz)

  45. “Does the Market Self Correct?,” Review of Political Economy 18(1) 2006: 79-90. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne and Peter Leeson).

  46. "Methodological Individualism, Spontaneous Order and the Research Program of the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 57 (2005): 145-158. (with Christopher Coyne)

  47. “Teaching Economics Through Ayn Rand,” Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, 6 (2) 2005: 445-465.

  48. “The Development Set: The Character of the Journal of Development Economics,” Economic Journal Watch, 1 (2) 2004: 306-18. (with Susan Anderson)

  49. “The Forgotten Contribution: Murray Rothbard on Socialism in Theory and Practice,” The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 2004 7(2): 71-89. (with Christopher Coyne)

  50. “Liberalism, Socialism, and Robust Political Economy” Journal of Markets & Morality 7(1) 2004: 99-111. (Co-authored with Peter Leeson).

  51. “Entrepreneurship and Development: Cause or Consequence?” Advances in Austrian Economics, 2003, 6: 67-88. (Co-authored with Christopher Coyne)

  52. “Is the Transition to the Market too Important to be Left to the Market?” Economic Affairs 23(1) 2003: 33-39. (Co-authored with Peter Leeson).

  53. “Man as Machine: The Plight of 20th Century Economics” (with Chris Coyne and Peter Leeson). Annals of the Society for the History of Economic Thought 43(1) 2003: 1-10.

  54. “Self-Governance in the Emergence of Financial Markets,” Managerial Finance, 29 (2003). (Co-authored with Edward P. Stringham).

  55. “Hayek, Arrow, and the Problems of Democratic Decision-Making” (with Peter Leeson). Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice 20(1) 2002: 9-21. [journal appeared in 2003]

  56. “Information and Knowledge,” Review of Austrian Economics, 15 (4) 2002, 263-274.

  57. “Rule of Law, Development and Human Capabilities,” Supreme Court Economic Review (Fall 2002), 109-126. (Co-authored with J. Robert Subrick).

  58. “The Use and Abuse of History of Economic Thought: The Case of the Austrian School of Economics,” History of Political Economy, 34 (2002): 337-360.

  59. “Kirznerian Entrepreneurship and The Economics of Science,” Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines , 12 (1) March 2002, 119-130. (Co-authored with William Butos).

  60. “From the Philosophy of Mind to the Philosophy of the Market,” Journal of Economic Methodology, 9 (1) 2002: 53-64. (Co-authored with John Robert Subrick).

  61. "Post Classical Political Economy," American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 61 (1) 2002: 161-191. (Co-authored with Virgil Storr).

  62. "Knight and the Austrians on Capital and the Problem of Socialism," History of Political Economy, 34 (1) 2002: 153-174. (Co-authored with Karen Vaughn).

  63. "Entry and Entrepreneurship: The Case of Post-Communist Russia," Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines 11 (1) 2001. (Co-authored with Bridget Butkevich).

  64. "The Russian Crisis: Perils and Prospects for Post-Soviet Transition," American Journal of Economics & Sociology, 58, no. 3 (July 1999): 371-384.

  65. "Rethinking Ourselves: Negotiating Values in the Political Economy of Post-Communism," Rethinking Marxism, Vol. 10, no. 2 (Summer 1998): 85-95.

  66. "Economic Calculation: The Austrian Contribution to Political Economy," Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol. 5 (1998): 131-158.

  67. "Promises Made and Promises Broken in the Russian Transition," Constitutional Political Economy, 9, no. 2 (1998): 127-136.

  68. "Where Did Economics Go Wrong: Modern Economics as a Flight From Reality," Critical Review, 11, no. 1 (Winter 1997): 11-64.

  69. "Soviet Venality: A Rent-Seeking Model of the Communist State," Public Choice, 93, nos. 1-2 (1997): 37-53. (Co-authored with Gary Anderson).

  70. "Why Culture Matters: Economics, Politics, and the Imprint of History," Nuova Economia e Storia, No. 3 (September 1996): 189-214. [In Italian]

  71. "Why Are There No Austrian Socialists? Ideology, Science and the Austrian School," Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 17 (Spring 1995): 35-56.

  72. "Hayek's The Road to Serfdom Revisited: Government Failure in the Argument Against Socialism," Eastern Economic Journal, 21, no. 1 (Winter 1995): 7-26.

  73. "The Reform Trap in Politics and Economics in the Former Communist Economies," Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines, V, nos. 2/3 (June - September 1994): 267-293.

  74. "Mr. Boulding and the Austrians: Boulding's contribution to subjectivist economics," Cuandernos de Ciencias Economicas y Empresariales, No. 26 (1994): 99-109. (Co-authored with David L. Prychitko) [Translated into Spanish].

  75. “Mr. Boulding and the Austrians: Boulding’s contribution to subjectivist economics,” Joseph A. Schumpeter, Historian of Economics: Perspectives on the History of Economic Thought - Selected Papers from the History of Economics Society Conference, 1994 (London: Routledge, 1996): 250-259.

  76. "The Political Infrastructure of Economic Development," Human Systems Management, 13, no. 2 (1994): 89-100.

  77. "Perestroika and Public Choice: the economics of autocratic succession in a rent-seeking society," Public Choice, 75, no. 2 (February 1993): 101-118. (Co-authored with Gary Anderson).

  78. "Analysis and Vision in Economic Discourse," Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 14 (1) Spring 1992: 84-95.

  79. "Interpretive Reasoning and the Study of Social Life," Methodus: Bulletin of the International Network for Economic Method, 2, no. 2 (December 1990): 35-45. Reprinted in David L. Prychitko, ed., Individuals, Institutions, Interpretations (Brookfield, VT: Avebury, 1995): 59-80.

  80. "The Theory of Spontaneous Order and Cultural Evolution in the Social Theory of F.A. Hayek," Cultural Dynamics, 3, no. 1 (1990): 61-83.

  81. "The Political Economy of Utopia: Communism in Soviet Russia, 1918-1921,"Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines, 1, no. 2 (June 1990): 91-138.

  82. "Institutions and Individuals: A Review Essay of Geoffrey Hodgson, Economics and Institutions," Critical Review, 4, nos. 1-2 (1990): 10-26. Reprinted in David L. Prychitko, ed., Individuals, Institutions, Interpretations (Brookfield, VT: Avebury, 1995): 19-35.

  83. "The Political and Economic Challenges of Perestroika," Market Process, 8 (Spring 1990): 19-35.

  84. "Evolution and Economics: Austrians as Institutionalists," Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 6 (1989): 73-89.

  85. "Austrian Institutionalism: A Reply," Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 6 (1989): 181-202.

  86. "The Soviet Experiment with Pure Communism," Critical Review, 2, no. 4 (Fall 1988): 149-182.

  87. "Virginia Political Economy: A View from Vienna," Market Process, 5, no. 2 (Fall 1987): 7-15. Reprinted in Peter J. Boettke and David L. Prychitko, eds., The Market Process: Essays in Contemporary Austrian Economics (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994): 244-260.

  88. "Understanding Market Processes: An Austrian View of 'Knowing'," in Marketing Theory: American Marketing Association Winter Educators' Conference Papers and Proceedings (Chicago: American Marketing Association, 1987): 195-199.

  89. "Beyond Equilibrium Economics: Reflections on the Uniqueness of the Austrian Tradition," Market Process, 4, no. 2 (Fall 1986): 6-9; 20-25. (Co-authored with Steven Horwitz and David Prychitko). Reprinted in Peter J. Boettke and David L. Prychtiko, eds., The Market Process: Essays in Contemporary Austrian Economics (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994): 62-79.

Short Papers, Comments and Book Reviews

  1. Book Review of Eric Jones, Cultures Merging in Economic Development and Cultural Change, forthcoming.

  2. Book Review of Edward Stringham (ed.), Anarchy and the Law: The Political Economy of Choice in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2008, Vol. 67, pp. 965-972.

  3. “East Asian Optimism: A Review of China Rising: Peace, Power, and Order in East Asia by David C. Kang.” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 2008. Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 121-126.

  4. “The Most Important Book on the Most Important Topic of Our Day: A Review of After War: The Political Economy of Exporting Democracy by Christopher J. Coyne.” Economic Affairs, 2008, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 70-72.

  5. “Gordon Tullock’s Contribution to Spontaneous Order Studies.” Public Choice, 2008. Vol. 135, No. 1-2, pp. 1-2.

  6. Book review of Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson, The Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy in Constitutional Political Economy, 2007, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 319-323.

  7. Foreword to “Paths to Property: Approaches to Institutional Change in International Development,” K. Boudreaux & P. Aligica. Hobart Paper 162. London: The Institute of Economics Affairs, 2007, 8-11.

  8. Foreword to “Rescuing Social Capital from Social Democracy,” J. Meadowcroft & M. Pennington. Hobart Paper 161. London: The Institute of Economics Affairs, 2007, 9-13.

  9. Book review of Deirdre McCloskey, The Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an Age of Commerce in Economic Affairs, (March 2007): 83-85.

  10. Boettke, Peter. "Review of Richard Parker's John Kenneth Galbraith: His Life, His Politics, His Economics." EH.NET, November 2006.

  11. Book review of William Easterly, The White Man’s Burden in Economic Affairs, (September 2006): 82-83.

  12. Book review of William Easterly, 'White Man's Burden'. South African Journal of International Affairs, 13:1, Summer/Autumn, 2006.

  13. "The Law, Economics and Technology of Private Contract Enforcement," Journal of Law, Economics and Policy, Volume 1. No. 2, Winter 2005, pp i-iii

  14. “Introduction – Forum Series on the Role of Institutions in Promoting Economic Growth,” Review of Austrian Economics, 18 (3-4) 2005, 235-240.

  15. Book review of Paul Gregory, The Political Economy of Stalinism, in The Independent Review, Vol. 10 No. 4, Spring 2006.

  16. Book review of Keith Hoover, Economics as Ideology, Revue de Philosophie Economique (2005), 165-174.

  17. Book review of Oscar Bandelin, Return to the NEP, Slavic Review, 64 (2) Summer 2005: 451-453.

  18. “Introduction to ‘Polycentric Political Economy”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organziation 57 (2) 2005, 141-143.

  19. Book review of Mario J. Blejer and Marko Skreb, eds., Transition: The First Decade,” Slavic Review, 62 (2) 2003: 363-364.

  20. “Information, Knowledge and the Close of F. A. Hayek’s System: A Comment,” Eastern Economic Journal, 28 (3) 2002: 343-349.

  21. Book Review of Andrew Abbott, Chaos of Disciplines, Journal of Economic Literature (December 2002), 1230-1231.

  22. “Being Human: What They Don’t Teach in Graduate School – a review of Deirdre McCloskey’s How to be Human, Though an Economist, Humane Studies Review, 14 (2) 2002. [on-line]

  23. “Remembering Don Lavoie (1951-2001): A Student’s Perspective,” Review of Austrian Economics, 15 (1) 2002: 103-105.

  24. "Of Norms, Rules, and Markets: A Comment on Samuels," Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines, X, no. 4 (December 2000): 547-552.

  25. Book Review of Israel Kirzner, The Driving Force of the Market, Humane Studies Review, 13 (1) 2000. [on-line]

  26. Book Review of Robert Bates, Avner Greif, Margaret Levi, Jean-Laurent Rosenthal and Barry Weingast, Analytical Narratives, Constitutional Political Economy, 11 (2000): 377-379.

  27. Book Review of Ronald Wintrobe, The Political Economy of Dictatorship, Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. XXXVIII (December 2000): 946-947.

  28. Book Review of James M. Buchanan, Post-Socialist Political Economy, Cato Journal, 19, no. 2 (2000): 337-39.

  29. "Formalism and Contemporary Economics," Critical Review, 12, nos. 1-2 (1998): 173-186.

  30. "Is Economics a Moral Science?," Markets & Morality 1, no. 2 (October 1998): 212-19.

  31. Book Review of Timur Kuran, Private Truths, Public Lies, Constitutional Political Economy, 8 (1997): 89-91.

  32. Book Review of N. Scott Arnold, The Philosophy and Economics of Market Socialism, Public Choice, 91 (1997): 417-419.

  33. "Good Times & Bad: A Review of James Grant, The Trouble with Prosperity," The Money Review (Summer 1997): 8-13.

  34. Book Review of Carol Graham, Safety Nets, Politics and Economic Reform, Eastern Economic Journal, 22, no. 1 (Winter 1996): 101-102.

  35. Book Review of Viktor Vanberg, Rules and Choice in Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 30, no. 3 (September 1996): 421-424.

  36. Book Review of Joseph Stiglitz, Whither Socialism?, Journal of Economic Literature, XXXIV (March 1996): 189-191.

  37. Book Review of Malcolm Rutherford, Institutions in Economics, History of Political Economy, 28, no. 3 (Fall 1996): 527-529.

  38. Book Review of Brian McCormick, Hayek and the Keynesian Avalanche, Review of Political Economy, 8, no. 3 (July 1996): 338-341.

  39. "From Here to There: A Review of Marshall Goldman, Lost Opportunity," The Money Review (Nov/Dec 1996): 27, 30-31.

  40. "A Grand Time Was Had By All: A Review of Robert Samuelson, The Good Life and Its Discontnets," The Money Review (July/Aug 1996): 7-8.

  41. "Good Economics, Bad Sex (And Even Worse Philosophy): A Review Essay of Richard Posner, Sex and Reason,” Review of Political Economy, 7, no. 3 (1995): 360-373.

  42. Book Review of Raimondo Cubeddu, The Philosophy of the Austrian School, History of Economic Ideas, 3, no. 1 (1995): 161-163.

  43. Book Review Essay of Bruce Caldwell, ed., Carl Menger and His Legacy in Economics, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 13 (1995): 287-295.

  44. Book Review of Yuri N. Maltsev, ed., Requiem for Marx, Austrian Economics Newsletter (Summer 1995): 5-6.

  45. Book Review of David Gordon, Resurrecting Marx: The Analytical Marxists on Freedom, Exploitation and Justice, Reason Papers, No. 19 (Fall 1994): 175-180.

  46. Book Review of C.D. Foster, Privatization, Public Ownership and the Regulation of Natural Monopoly, Journal of Economic Literature, 32 (December 1994): 1916-1918.

  47. Book Review of Roman Frydman, Andrzej Rapaczynski, John S. Earle, et al., The Privatization Process in Central Europe, Vol. 1, and The Privatization Process in Russia, Ukraine and the Baltic States, Vol. 2, Cato Journal, 14, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1994): 163-165.

  48. "Ludwig Lachmann and His Contribution to Economic Science," Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol. 1 (1994): 229-232.

  49. "Credibility, the Monetary Regime, and Economic Reform in the Former Soviet Union," Cato Journal, 12, no. 3 (Winter 1993): 577-584.

  50. Book review of Merton Peck and Thomas Richardson, ed., What is to be Done?, Public Choice, 75 (1993): 288-290.

  51. Book review of Max Alter, Carl Menger and the Origins of Austrian Economics, Journal of Economic History, 52, no. 2 (June 1992): 519-521.

  52. "The Soviet Experiment with Pure Communism: A Rejoinder to Nove," Critical Review, 5, no. 1 (1991): 123-128.

  53. Book review of Jack High, Maximizing, Action and Market Adjustment, Southern Economic Journal, 58, no. 2 (October 1991): 540-542.

  54. Book review of Svetozar Pejovich, The Economics of Property Rights, Cato Journal, 11, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1991): 169-171.

  55. Book review of Jurgen Habermas, On the Logic of the Social Sciences, Southern Economic Journal, 57, no. 1 (July 1990): 251-252.

  56. Book review of Ronald Liebowitz, ed., Gorbachev's New Thinking, Business Economics, 25, no.2 (April 1990): 68.

  57. "Comment on Joseph Farrell, 'Information and the Coase Theorem,'" Journal of Economic Perspectives, 3, no. 2 (May 1989): 195-197.

  58. "Story-Telling and the Human Sciences: A Review Essay of Don McCloskey," The Rhetoric of Economics," Market Process, 6, no. 2 (Fall 1988): 4-7; 28.Reprinted in Peter J. Boettke and David L. Prychitko, eds., The Market Process: Essay in Contemporary Austrian Economics (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994): 179-186.

  59. "Apartheid and the Market: A Response to Hoffenberg," Critical Review, 1, no. 3 (Summer 1987): 133-134. (Co-authored with Steven Horwitz and David Prychitko).

  60. "The Roots of Apartheid: A Book Review Essay," Critical Review, 1, no. 1 (Winter 1986-1987):115-122. (Co-authored with Steven Horwitz and David Prychitko).

  61. Book Review of Alexander Shand, The Capitalist Alternative: An Introduction to Neo-Austrian Economics, Market Process, 4, no. 1 (Winter 1986): 16-17.

Contributions to Books

  1. “Been There Done That: The Political Economy of Déjà vu.” in Steven Kates, ed. The Global Financial Crisis: Alternative Perspectives on What We Have Learnt. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.) forthcoming (co-authored with Daniel J. Smith and Nicholas Snow.)

  2. “Spiritual Capital and Economic Development: An Overview.” in Peter L. Berger & Gordon Redding, eds. The Hidden Form of Capital: Spiritual Influences in Societal Progress. (New York: Anthem Press.) 2010. pp. 29-40.

  3. “Back to the Future: Austrian Economics in the 21st Century” in Peter J. Boettke, ed., Handbook on Contemporary Austrian Economics. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.) 2010. pp. 157-165.

  4. 21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook, ed. Rhona C. Free (Los Angeles: SAGE, 2010, pp. 33-43) s.v. “Twentieth-Century Economic Methodology.”

  • Recipient of the American Library Association’s Outstanding Reference Source Award (2011).

  1. Encyclopedia of Political Theory, ed. Mark Bevir (Los Angeles: SAGE, 2010, pp. 217-221.) s.v. “Classical Political Economy.” (co-authored w/ Nicholas A. Snow)

  • Recipient of the American Library Association’s Outstanding Reference Source Award (2011).

  1. “Land Grab: Takings, the Market Process, and Regime Uncertainty.” in Bruce Benson (ed.), Property Rights: Eminent Domain and Regulatory Takings Re-Examined (New York: Palgrave Macmillan.) 2010, pp. 173-186. (co-authored with Peter T. Leeson and Christopher J. Coyne)

  2. “Private Solutions to Public Disasters: Self-Reliance and Social Resilience.” in The Economics of Natural and Unnatural Disasters, ed. William Kern (Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University Press) 2010, pp. 87-102. (co-authored with Daniel Smith)

  3. “The Ordinary Economics of an Extraordinary Crisis” in Steven Kates, ed., Mainstream Economic Theory and its Failings: Alternative Perspectives on the World Financial Crisis (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.) 2010, pp. 14-25. (co-authored w/ William Luther)

  4. “The Use of Knowledge in Economics.” in Manfred Moldaschl & Nico Stehr, eds., Wissensökonomie und Innovation:: Beiträge zur Ökonomie der Wissensgesellschaft. (Marburg: Metropolis-Verlag) 2010, pp. 77-92. (co-authored with Frederic Sautet).

  5. “An Entrepreneurial Theory of Social and Cultural Change.” in Victor Perez-Diaz, ed. Markets and Civil Society: The European Experience in Comparative Perspective. (New York: Berghahn Books), 2009, pp. 77-103 (co-authored with Chris Coyne)

  6. The Encyclopedia of Libertarianism, ed. Ronald Hamowy (Los Angeles: SAGE, 2008, pp. 133-135.), s.v. “Economics, Austrian School of.”

  7. “The Political Economy of the Philanthropic Enterprise” in Gordon E. Shockely, Peter M. Frank & Roger Stough, eds. Non-market Entrepreneurship: Interdisciplinary Approaches. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.) 2008, 71-88. (co-authored w/ Chris Coyne)

  8. “Does Economic Development Require ‘Certain’ Property Rights?” In Sandra S. Batie & Nicholas Mercuro, eds. Alternative Institutional Structures: Evolution & Impact. (New York: Routledge) 2008, 77-90. (co-authored with J. Robert Subrick)

  9. “Entrepreneurship or Entremanureship? Digging through Romania’s Institutional Environment for Transition Lessons.” In Ben Powell, ed. Making Poor Nations Rich: Entrepreneurship and the Process of Economic Development. (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press) 2008, 223-249. (co-authored with Christopher Coyne and Peter Leeson).

  10. New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2nd ed., eds. Stephen Durlauf & Lawrence Blume (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), s.v. “Spontaneous Order” (co-authored with Jennifer Dirmeyer).

  11. The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics, 2nd ed., ed. David R. Henderson (Indianapolis, IN: Liberty Fund, 2008, pp. 23-27.), s.v. “Austrian School of Economics”. Reprinted in Peter J. Boettke, ed.,Handbook on Austrian Economics (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming)

  12. “The Economics of Atlas Shrugged.” In Edward W. Younkins, ed., Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged: A Philosophical and Literary Companion. (Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.), 2007, pp. 179-188.

  13. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd ed., ed. William A. Darity (Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA, 2007), s.vv. “Dirigiste”, “Laissez-faire.”

  14. Britannica Concise Encyclopaedia. (Chicago:Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 2007), s.v. “Economic Systems” (co-authored with Robert L. Heilbroner).

  15. “Happiness and Economics Research: Insights from Austrian and Public Choice Economics,” In Yew-Kwang Ng and Lok-Sang Ho, eds,. Happiness and Public Policy: Theory, Case Studies, and Implications (Palgrave Macmillan), 2006, pp. 89-105. (Co-authored with Christopher Coyne)

  16. “Entrepreneurial Behavior and Institutions,” in Maria Minniti, ed., The Enterpreneural Process, Volume 1. Praeger Perspectives Series. (Praeger Press) 2006, pp. 119-134. (Co-authored with Christopher Coyne)

  17. "Hayek and Market Socialism," in Edward Feser, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Hayek(Cambridge University Press), 2006, pp. 51-66

  18. "Hayek vs. the Neoclassicists: Lessons from the Socialist Calculation Debate," in, The Elgar Companion to Hayekian Economics (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.), Norman Barry, ed., forthcoming. (co-authored Christopher Coyne and Peter Leeson)

  19. "Mises and His System: Past Work and Future Prospects,” in Steven Horwitz, ed., Biographical Dictionary of Austrian Economists. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, forthcoming. (Co-authored with Peter Leeson)

  20. “Concerting Entrepreneurship: An International Public Good,” in Pier Carlo Padoan and Gavin Boyd, eds., Structural Partnering for a New Atlantic Economy: Complementary Entrepreneurship for Balanced Interdependence (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.), Pier Carlo Padoan and Gavin Boyd, eds., 2005: 199-226. (Co-authored with Christopher Coyne)

  21. "James M. Buchanan (1919-)," in, Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers (Thoemmes Press), Dan Krier and Jean Van Delinder, eds., (2005):373-377. (Co-authored with Christopher Coyne).

  22. "Friedrich Hayek (1899-1992)," in, Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers (Thoemmes Press), Dan Krier and Jean Van Delinder, eds., (2005):1075-1077. (Co-authored with Christopher Coyne).

  23. "Frank H. Knight (1885-1972)," in, Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers (Thoemmes Press), Dan Krier and Jean Van Delinder, eds., (2005):1322-1325. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne).

  24. "Swedish Influences, Austrian Advances: The Contributions of the Swedish and Austrian Schools to Market Process Theory," 2004, In, The Evolution of the Market Process: Austrian and Swedish Economics (Routledge Publishing), Michel Bellet, Sandye Gloria-Palermo and Abdallah Zouache, (Eds.), pp. 20 - 31. (Co-authored with Chris Coyne).

  25. “The Subjectivist Methodology of Austrian Economics and Dewey’s Theory of Inquiry,” (with Don Lavoie and Virgil Storr) in Elias Khalil, ed., Dewey, Pragmaticism and Economic Methodology, New York: Routledge, 2004: 327-356.

  26. “Rule of Law,” (with Ryan Oprea) in Charles Rowley and Friedrich Schneider, eds., The Encyclopedia of Public Choice, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishing, 2003,Vol. 2, 507-510.

  27. “An Austrian Perspective on Public Choice” (with Peter Leeson) in Charles Rowley and Friedrich Schneider, eds., The Encyclopedia of Public Choice, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishing, 2003, Vol. 2, 27-32.

  28. “The Austrian School of Economics: 1950-2000” (with Peter Leeson) in Warren Samuels, Jeff Biddle and John Davis, eds., A Companion to the History of Economic Thought, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2003: 445-453.

  29. “Public Choice and Socialism” (with Peter Leeson) in Charles Rowley and Friedrich Schneider, eds.,The Encyclopedia of Public Choice, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishing, 2003, Vol. 2, 439-444.

  30. “F. A. Hayek (1899-1992),” in Encyclopedia of Conservativism (Wilmington, Del.: ISI Press, 2003): 300-303. (Co-authored with Ryan Oprea).

  31. “Making the Menu: Russia’s Recipe for Calculating Political-Economy Constraints,” in Steven Pressman, ed., Alternative Theories of the State (Brookfield, VT: Avebury Publishers, 2003), in press.

  32. “Akerlof Problems and Hayek Solutions: Local Knowledge and Self-governance in E-Commerce,” in Jack Birner, ed., Austrian Perspectives on the New Economy (London: Routledge, 2003), in press.(Co-authored with Mark Steckbeck).

  33. “Der Platz von Mises’ Nationalökonomie in der modernen Politökonomik,” in Ludwig von Mises’ Nationalökonomie (Düsseldorf, Germany: Verlag Wirtschaft und Finanzen, 2002): 35-58. [Translated into German by publisher for the reprint of Mises’ text in the “Klassiker der Nationalökonomie” series] Reprint as: "The Place of Nationalökonomie: Theorie des Handelns und Wirtschaftens in Modern Political Economy," in Peter Boettke and Peter Leeson, eds., The Legacy Of Ludwig von Mises Volume 1: Theory (Edward Elgar), 2006, pp. 79-93.

  34. "Putting the Political Back Into Political Economy," in Steve Medema and Jeff Biddle, Economics Broadly Conceived: Essays in Honor of Warren Samuels (New York: Routledge, 2001): 203-216.

  35. "F.A. Hayek as an Intellectual Historian," in Steve Medema and Warren Samuels, eds., Creating a Disciplinary Memory (New York: Routledge, 2001): 117-128.

  36. "Rational Choice and Human Agency in Economics and Sociology: Exploring the Weber-Austrian Connection," in Herbert Giersch, eds., Merits and Limits of Markets (Berlin: Springer, 1998): 53-81.

  37. "Lachmann's Policy Activism: An Austrian critique of Keynesian proclivities," in Roger Koppl and Gary Mongiovi, eds., Subjectivism and Economic Analysis: Essays in Memory of Ludwig Lachmann(London: Routledge, 1998): 163-182. (Co-authored with Steven Sullivan).

  38. "James M. Buchanan and the Rebirth of Political Economy," in Steve Pressman and Ric Holt, eds.,Against the Grain: Dissent in Economics (Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1998): 21-39.

  39. "Ludwig von Mises," in John Davis, Uskali Maki, Wade Hands, eds., The Handbook of Economic Methodology (Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1998): 534-540.

  40. "Coase, Communism, and the Black Box of the Soviet-Type Firm," in Steven Medema, ed., Coasean Economics: Law and Economics and the New Institutional Economics (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishing, 1998): 193-207.

  41. "What is Wrong with Neoclassical Economics (And What is Still Wrong with Austrian Economics)," in Fred Foldvary, ed., Beyond Neoclassical Economics (Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1996): 22-40.

  42. "Credibility, the Monetary Regime, and Economic Reform in the former Soviet Union," in James Dorn and Roustem Noureev, eds., Monetary Reform in the Post-Communist Countries (Moscow: Catallaxy Press, 1995): 64-72. [In Russian].

  43. "Credibility, Commitment and Soviet Economic Reform," in Edward Lazear, ed., Economic Transition in Eastern Europe and Russia:Realities of Reform (Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press, 1995): 247-275.

  44. "The Failed Political Economy of Government Management in East and West," in James Dorn and Larisa Piyasheva, eds., From Plan to Market: The Future of the Post-Communist Republics(Moscow: Catallaxy Press, 1993): 295-306. [in Russian]

  45. "The Collapse of Communism in the USSR: Cold War Victory or Cold War Illusion?," in Anandi Sahu and James Paine, eds., Defense Spending and Economic Growth (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993): 187-201.

  46. "Competition," in William Outhwaite and Tom Bottomore, eds., The Blackwell Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Social Thought (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1992): 100-103.

  47. "Entrepreneurship," in William Outhwaite and Tom Bottomore, eds., The Blackwell Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Social Thought (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1992): 196-198.

  48. "Economic Education and Social Change," in John Robbins and Mark Spangler, ed., A Man of Principle: Essays in Honor of Hans F. Sennholz (Grove City, PA: Grove City College Press, 1992): 63-74.

  49. "The Austrian Critique and the Demise of Socialism: The Soviet Case," in Richard Ebeling, ed.,Austrian Economics: Perspectives on the Past and Prospects for the Future (Hillsdale: Hillsdale College Press, 1991): 181-231.

  50. "The Reagan Regulatory Regime: Rhetoric vs. Reality," in Anandi Sahu and Ronald Tracy, ed., The Economic Legacy of the Reagan Years (New York: Praeger, 1991): 117-123.

  51. "The Business of Government and Government as a Business," in Richard H. Fink and Jack C. High, ed., A Nation in Debt: Economists Debate the Federal Budget Deficit (Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987): 272-286. (Co-authored with Jerome Ellig).

Non-Academic Publications

  1. “Time for U.S. to declare bankruptcy.” East Valley, November 16, 2009. (co-authored with Scott Beaulier)

  2. “Political Economist,”, October, 13, 2008.

  3. “Market needs to self-correct without bailout,” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, p. A13, September 30, 2008. (co-authored with Scott Beaulier)

  4. “A Market Nobel”, The Wall Street Journal, p. A21, October 16, 2007.

  5. “Communities, not Governments, Leading Post-Katrina Recovery”, Washington Examiner, p.22, August 29, 2007.

  6. “The Gulf Coast’s Other Disaster: Moral Hazard”, The Christian Science Monitor, p. 9. September 8, 2006.

  7. “Social Cooperation and the Process of Economic Development,” NZZ (December 31, 2005): 29. (In German)

  8. The Role of Private Property in a Free Society,” Virginia Viewpoint (April 2005).

  9. Book Review of Paul Berman’s Terror and Liberalism, IDEAS INTO ACTION (Summer 2003).

  10. Book Review of T. Cowen, Creative Destruction, IDEAS INTO ACTION (Winter 2003).

  11. Book Review of W. Baumol, Free Market Innovative Machine, IDEAS INTO ACTION (Fall 2002).

  12. Book Review of S. Miller, Paving Wall Street, IDEAS INTO ACTION (Summer 2002).

  13. Book Review of J. R. R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, IDEAS INTO ACTION (Winter 2002).

  14. Book Review of Israel M. Kirzner, Ludwig von Mises: The Man and His Economics, IDEAS INTO ACTION (Fall 2001).

  15. Book Review of The Handbook of Experimental Economics, IDEAS INTO ACTION (Summer 2001): 3.

  16. Book Review of Roy Porter, The Creation of the Modern World: The Untold Story, IDEAS INTO ACTION (Spring 2001): 4.

  17. "Why Read the Classics in Economics?" Library of Economics & Liberty (February 2000). [on-line]

  18. Book Review of Malcolm Gladwell's Tipping Point, IDEAS INTO ACTION (Fall 2000).

  19. "Economic Research and Economic Education," The Freeman (January 1997): 2-3.

  20. "Classics Reconsidered: Ludwig von Mises, Human Action: A Treatise on Economics”, The Freeman (May 1996): 411.

  21. "Whose Economics, Which Economic Liberalism," The Freeman (December 1995): 746-747.

  22. Book Review of Murray N. Rothbard, Economic Thought Before Adam Smith: An Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought, Vol. I, and Classical Economics: An Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought, Vol. II, Economic Affairs (Summer 1995): 14-17.

  23. Book Review of Gertrude Himmelfarb, On Looking into the Abyss, The Freeman (June 1995): 399-400.

  24. "Morality as Cooperation," Religion & Liberty (May/June 1995): 6-9. Reprint as: "Morality as Cooperation," in Parth J. Shah, ed., Morality Of Markets (Academic Foundation), 2004, pp. 43-50.

  25. "The Story of a Movement: Essay review of Karen Vaughn, Austrian Economics in America," The Freeman (May 1995): 322-326.

  26. Book Review of Jane Jacobs, Systems of Survival, The Freeman (March 1995): 198-199.

  27. Book Review of Israel M. Kirzner, ed., Classics in Austrian Economics, 3 volumes, The Freeman (February 1995): 134-135.

  28. "Shifting the Terms of the Debate," The Freeman (May 1994): 218-219.

  29. "Free Market Strategy," The Freedom Focus, (Fall 1994): 3:10-11.

  30. "From Marx to Mises: A Review Essay," The Freeman (August 1993) 322-325.

  31. "Center Reorganizes Research and Scholarship Programs," Praxis, 4, no. 3, (May 1993): 1-3.

  32. "Yeltsin's Shock Therapy Applied Too Little Voltage," Orange County Register (Sunday, January 31, 1993), op-ed page.

  33. "F.A. Hayek, 1899-1992," The Freeman (August 1992) 300-303.

  34. "Why Perestroika Failed," The Freeman, (March 1992): 133-144.

  35. "Constitutional Erosion Caused Capitalist Decay," The World and I (November 1991) 540-542.

  36. Book Review of Richard Wagner, To Promote the General Welfare, The Freeman (October 1991) 395-397.

  37. Book Review of Janos Kornai, The Road to a Free Economy, The Freeman, 41, no. 4 (April 1991) 162-163.

  38. Book Review of Anthony De Jasay, Market Socialism, The Freeman, 41, no. 3 (March 1991) 114-115.

  39. Book Review of Mancur Olson, et. al., Ideas, Interests and Consequences, The Freeman, 41, no. 2 (February 1991) 79-80.

  40. Book Review of Mark Skousen, Economics on Trial, The Loyola Journal of Economics (December 1990) 3-4.

  41. "Why Perestroika Must Fail," FreeMarket, (March 1990): 8.

  42. "Soviet Admissions: Communism Doesn't Work," The Freeman, 40, no. 2 (February 1990) 50-56. Reprinted in A World Without Walls: Selected Readings (Irvington-on-Hudson: Foundation for Economic Education, 1990) 14-20; reprinted in Richard M. Ebeling, ed., Disaster in Red: The Failure and Collapse of Socialism (Irvington-on-Hudson: Foundation for Economic Education, 1995): 239-251.

  43. "Rothbard and Austrian Economics: A Response," American Libertarian, (April 1989): 6-7.

  44. "Economists and Liberty: Murray N. Rothbard," Nomos, (Fall/Winter 1988), 29-34: 49-50.

  45. "Economists & Liberty: Israel M. Kirzner (1930-)," Nomos, (1988) 6, no. 2,21-27.

  46. "Economists & Liberty: Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973)," Nomos, (July/August 1987): 8-11.

  47. "Economists and Liberty: Ludwig M. Lachmann (1906- )," Nomos (November/December 1987): 17-21.

  48. "Economists and Liberty: F.A. Hayek (1899- )," Nomos, (September/October 1987): 12-16

  49. "Honest Money," Grove City College, Saturday, April 30, 1983.


  • Co-editor (with Timur Kuran), Cambridge Studies in Economics, Cognition & Society Book Series with Cambridge University Press, 2009-

  • Co-editor (with Timur Kuran), Economics, Cognition and Society Book Series with University of Michigan Press (, 2006-2008

  • Editor, New Thinking in Political Economy book series with Edward Elgar Publishing (, 2000-present

  • Editor-in-Chief, The Review of Austrian Economics (Kluwer Academic Publishers), 1998-present.

  • Referee for various professional journals and presses including History of Political Economy, Journal of History of Economic Thought, Economics & Philosophy, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Southern Economic Journal, and Princeton University Press, Cambridge University Press, University of Michigan Press, Basil Blackwell, and Routledge.

  • 2000-, Board of Academic Advisors, Association of Private Enterprise Education.

  • 1999-2001, President, Society for the Development of Austrian Economics.

  • 1996-1999, Vice President, Society for the Development of Austrian Economics.

  • General Editor, along with Israel Kirzner and Mario Rizzo, Advances in Austrian Economics (JAI Press), 1994-1998.

  • Editorial Board, Review of Political Economy (1995-2000)

  • Contributing Editor to Critical Review.

  • Managing Editor of Market Process, August 1984-May 1987.

  • Member: American Economic Association, Society for the Development of Austrian Economics, Public Choice Society, History of Economics Society, Mont Pelerin Society, and the International Network for Economic Method.