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the properly disciplined economists isn't a jibbering idiot
mises, hayek and the austrian school -- cca lectures at hillsdale college november 2016
what if elite experts are wrong about what they supposedly are experts about?
information processing, knowledge acquisition, and decision making
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about http://austrianeconomists.typepad.com/about.html
unsolved, unanswered, unasked, sins of commission, and sins of omission in economics, political economy and social philosophy http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2017/01/unsolved-unanswered-unasked-sins-of-commission-and-sins-of-omission-in-economics-political-economy-a.html
kelly green golf shoes, flour beetles, and publishing and promotion in economics http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2017/01/kelly-green-golf-shoes-flour-beetles-and-publishing-and-promotion-in-economics.html
2016: a year in a life http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/2016-a-year-in-a-life.html
liberalism reconstructed for a world divided http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/liberalism-reconstructed-for-a-world-divided.html
armen alchian's contributions to law and economics http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/armen-alchians-contributions-to-law-and-economics.html
anarchism discussed and debated http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/anarchism-discussed-and-debated.html
don lavoie and the critique of socialist economic planning http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/don-lavoie-and-the-critique-of-socialist-economic-planning.html
the properly disciplined economists isn't a jibbering idiot http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/the-properly-disciplined-economists-isnt-a-jibbering-idiot.html
mises, hayek and the austrian school -- cca lectures at hillsdale college november 2016 http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/mises-hayek-and-the-austrian-school-cca-lectures-at-hillsdale-college-november-2016.html
what if elite experts are wrong about what they supposedly are experts about? http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/what-if-elite-experts-are-wrong-about-what-they-supposedly-are-experts-about.html
archives http://www.coordinationproblem.org/archives.html
january 2017 http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2017/01/index.html
december 2016 http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/index.html
november 2016 http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/index.html
october 2016 http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/index.html
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17 http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2017/01/unsolved-unanswered-unasked-sins-of-commission-and-sins-of-omission-in-economics-political-economy-a.html
beyond the numbers (american institute for economic research) http://www.aier.org/research/beyond-the-numbers
bleeding heart libertarians http://bhl.typepad.com/bleeding-heart-libertaria/
bob mcteer's blog http://www.bob-mcteer-blog.com/
café hayek http://cafehayek.typepad.com/hayek/
catallaxy http://catallaxyfiles.com/
division of labour http://www.divisionoflabour.com/
kids prefer cheese http://mungowitzend.blogspot.com/
knowledge problem http://www.knowledgeproblem.com/
liberty and power http://hnn.us/blogs/4.html
marginal revolution http://www.marginalrevolution.com/
organizations and markets http://organizationsandmarkets.wordpress.com/
peter gordon's blog http://www-rcf.usc.edu/~pgordon/blog/
private sector development blog http://psdblog.worldbank.org/psdblog/
the cobden centre http://www.cobdencentre.org/blog/
the economic way of thinking http://ewot.typepad.com/
the filter^ http://thefilter.blogs.com/thefilter/
thinkmarkets http://thinkmarkets.wordpress.com/
truth on the market http://truthonthemarket.com/
africa house at nyu http://www.nyu.edu/africahouse/
association of private enterprise education http://www.apee.org/
center for study of public choice http://www.gmu.edu/centers/publicchoice/
critical review http://www.criticalreview.com
e. g. west centre http://www.ncl.ac.uk/egwest/index.html
ecole autrichienne en ligne http://www.eauli.net/
econ journal watch http://www.econjournalwatch.org/main/index.php
economists' voice http://www.bepress.com/ev/
econtalk http://www.econtalk.org/
enterprise africa! http://www.enterpriseafrica.org/
foundation for economic education http://fee.org
george mason university economics department http://www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/
hoover institution http://www.hoover.org/
institute for humane studies http://www.theihs.org/
interdisciplinary center for economic science http://www.ices-gmu.org/
james buchanan center for political economy http://www.gmu.edu/jbc/
john templeton foundation http://www.templeton.org/
l'institut turgot http://www.turgot.org/
liberty fund, inc. http://www.libertyfund.org/
library of economics and liberty http://www.econlib.org/
mercatus center http://www.mercatus.org
milton and rose friedman foundation http://www.friedmanfoundation.org/
quarterly journal of austrian economics http://www.mises.org/qjaedisplay.asp
review of austrian economics http://www.springerlink.com/app/home/journal.asp?wasp=df7eed7971f3478097c67408a5d735bf&referrer=parent&backto=linkingpublicationresults,1:100335,1
society for the development of austrian economics http://it.stlawu.edu/sdae/
southern economic association http://www.southerneconomic.org/
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unsolved, unanswered, unasked, sins of commission, and sins of omission in economics, political economy and social philosophy http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2017/01/unsolved-unanswered-unasked-sins-of-commission-and-sins-of-omission-in-economics-political-economy-a.html
the intellectual market niche for austrian economics http://www.gmu.edu/depts/rae/archives/vol11_1-2_1999/boettke.pdf
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2017/01/unsolved-unanswered-unasked-sins-of-commission-and-sins-of-omission-in-economics-political-economy-a.html
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kelly green golf shoes, flour beetles, and publishing and promotion in economics http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2017/01/kelly-green-golf-shoes-flour-beetles-and-publishing-and-promotion-in-economics.html
kelly green golf shoes and the intellectual range from m to n https://www.jstor.org/stable/40325653?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
publishing and promotion https://www.aeaweb.org/webcasts/2017/curse.php
dishwater of the orthodoxy http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2014/06/the-smelly-little-orthodoxies-which-are-now-contending-for-our-souls.html
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2017/01/kelly-green-golf-shoes-flour-beetles-and-publishing-and-promotion-in-economics.html
comments (0) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2017/01/kelly-green-golf-shoes-flour-beetles-and-publishing-and-promotion-in-economics.html#comments
2016: a year in a life http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/2016-a-year-in-a-life.html
institute for human sciences http://www.iwm.at/
winter 2016 http://www.independent.org/pdf/tir/tir_20_03_03_boettke.pdf
"students of civilization" http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9781107126404
his conversation with chris coyne https://ppe.mercatus.org/podcasts/12272016/research-program-robert-higgs
"vienna circle" https://medium.com/the-vienna-circle
conversation between deirdre mccloskey and don boudreaux https://podfanatic.com/podcast/hayek-program-podcast/episode/a-conversation-between-deirdre-mccloskey-and-don-boudreaux-on-bourgeois-equality-1
israel kirzner https://ppe.mercatus.org/video/history-and-importance-austrian-theory-market-process-israel-m-kirzner?_ga=1.40676452.750955660.1478717852
michael munger https://ppe.mercatus.org/podcasts/10212016/keynote-lecture-thirty-years-after-nobel
panel discussion https://ppe.mercatus.org/podcasts/10212016/panel-discussion-thirty-years-after-nobel
ssrn page https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/absbyauth.cfm?per_id=182652
homepage http://www.peter-boettke.com/
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/2016-a-year-in-a-life.html
comments (0) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/2016-a-year-in-a-life.html#comments
liberalism reconstructed for a world divided http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/liberalism-reconstructed-for-a-world-divided.html
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/liberalism-reconstructed-for-a-world-divided.html
comments (0) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/liberalism-reconstructed-for-a-world-divided.html#comments
armen alchian's contributions to law and economics http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/armen-alchians-contributions-to-law-and-economics.html
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/armen-alchians-contributions-to-law-and-economics.html
comments (0) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/armen-alchians-contributions-to-law-and-economics.html#comments
anarchism discussed and debated http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/anarchism-discussed-and-debated.html
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/anarchism-discussed-and-debated.html
comments (0) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/12/anarchism-discussed-and-debated.html#comments
don lavoie and the critique of socialist economic planning http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/don-lavoie-and-the-critique-of-socialist-economic-planning.html
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/don-lavoie-and-the-critique-of-socialist-economic-planning.html
comments (0) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/don-lavoie-and-the-critique-of-socialist-economic-planning.html#comments
the properly disciplined economists isn't a jibbering idiot http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/the-properly-disciplined-economists-isnt-a-jibbering-idiot.html
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/the-properly-disciplined-economists-isnt-a-jibbering-idiot.html
comments (0) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/the-properly-disciplined-economists-isnt-a-jibbering-idiot.html#comments
mises, hayek and the austrian school -- cca lectures at hillsdale college november 2016 http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/mises-hayek-and-the-austrian-school-cca-lectures-at-hillsdale-college-november-2016.html
- http://austrianeconomists.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451eb0069e201bb0955fc17970d-pi
posted https://www.hillsdale.edu/live/cca-ii-mises-hayek-austrian-school/
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/mises-hayek-and-the-austrian-school-cca-lectures-at-hillsdale-college-november-2016.html
comments (0) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/mises-hayek-and-the-austrian-school-cca-lectures-at-hillsdale-college-november-2016.html#comments
what if elite experts are wrong about what they supposedly are experts about? http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/what-if-elite-experts-are-wrong-about-what-they-supposedly-are-experts-about.html
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/what-if-elite-experts-are-wrong-about-what-they-supposedly-are-experts-about.html
comments (6) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/what-if-elite-experts-are-wrong-about-what-they-supposedly-are-experts-about.html#comments
information processing, knowledge acquisition, and decision making http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/information-processing-knowledge-acquisition-and-decision-making.html
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/information-processing-knowledge-acquisition-and-decision-making.html
comments (2) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/11/information-processing-knowledge-acquisition-and-decision-making.html#comments
robert tollison -- economist, political economist and mentor to so many (1942-2016) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/robert-tollison-economist-political-economist-and-mentor-to-so-many-1942-2016.html
- http://austrianeconomists.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451eb0069e201b8d231a40d970c-pi
robert tollison https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/robert_tollison
- http://austrianeconomists.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451eb0069e201bb094aadc7970d-pi
alex tabarrok http://marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2016/10/robert-tollison-rip.html
casey mulligan http://caseymulligan.blogspot.com/2016/10/robert-tollison.html
ed lopez http://politicalentrepreneurs.com/excerpt-about-bob-tollison-1942-2016/
mark thornton https://mises.org/blog/robert-d-tollison-rip
don boudreaux http://cafehayek.com/2016/10/robert-tollison.html
bryan caplan http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2016/10/robert_tollison.html
here http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/greenvilleonline/obituary.aspx?n=robert-dewitt-tollison&pid=182109719&fhid=11669
"a creative theorist in his workshop: james buchanan as a positive economist." http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2f978-3-662-04810-8_6
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/robert-tollison-economist-political-economist-and-mentor-to-so-many-1942-2016.html
comments (4) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/robert-tollison-economist-political-economist-and-mentor-to-so-many-1942-2016.html#comments
2016 southern economic association meetings http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/2016-southern-economic-association-meetings.html
online https://www.southerneconomic.org/program-full-list/?conferenceid=2
distinguished lecture, the presidential address, and the association lecture. https://www.southerneconomic.org/invited-speakers-2016/
society for the development of austrian economics dinner http://www.sdaeonline.org/news/sdae-2016-annual-dinner-details/
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/2016-southern-economic-association-meetings.html
comments (0) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/2016-southern-economic-association-meetings.html#comments
and the nobel goes to ... oliver hart and bengt holmstrom http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/and-the-nobel-goes-to-oliver-hart-and-bengt-holmstrom.html
hart http://marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2016/10/oliver-hart-nobel-laureate.html
holmstrom http://marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2016/10/bengt-holmstrom-nobel-laureate.html
peter klein's https://mises.org/blog/2016-nobel-prize-incentives-property-rights-and-ownership
messyness http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2010/10/messynomics-and-the-troubles-with-money.html
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/and-the-nobel-goes-to-oliver-hart-and-bengt-holmstrom.html
comments (6) http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/and-the-nobel-goes-to-oliver-hart-and-bengt-holmstrom.html#comments
special collections at the gmu library -- october is nobel celebration month http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/special-collections-at-the-gmu-library-october-is-nobel-celebration-month.html
- http://austrianeconomists.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451eb0069e201b8d2260071970c-pi
special collections in fenwick library http://vault217.gmu.edu/?p=5819
peter boettke http://profile.typepad.com/pboettke
permalink http://www.coordinationproblem.org/2016/10/special-collections-at-the-gmu-library-october-is-nobel-celebration-month.html
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chris coyne http://www.ccoyne.com/
frederic sautet http://www.mercatus.org/peopledetails.aspx?id=16982
pete boettke http://econfaculty.gmu.edu/pboettke
peter t. leeson http://www.peterleeson.com/
steve horwitz http://myslu.stlawu.edu/~shorwitz/
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1107629705/typepad0c2-20
professor peter t. leeson: anarchy unbound: why self-governance works better than you think (cambridge studies in economics, choice, and society) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1107629705/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1598130757/typepad0c2-20
peter j. boettke: living economics: yesterday, today, and tomorrow http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1598130757/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0804772282/typepad0c2-20
christopher coyne: doing bad by doing good: why humanitarian action fails http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0804772282/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0136039855/typepad0c2-20
paul heyne, peter boettke, david prychitko: economic way of thinking, the (12th edition) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0136039855/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0415569575/typepad0c2-20
steven horwitz: microfoundations and macroeconomics: an austrian perspective http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0415569575/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0415778212/typepad0c2-20
boettke & aligica: challenging institutional analysis and development: the bloomington school http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0415778212/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1847204783/typepad0c2-20
coyne & leeson: media, development, and institutional change (new thinking in political economy series) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1847204783/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0691137471/typepad0c2-20
peter t. leeson: the invisible hook: the hidden economics of pirates http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0691137471/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0804754403/typepad0c2-20
christopher coyne: after war: the political economy of exporting democracy (stanford economics & finance) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0804754403/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/asin/2051014876/typepad-21
philippe lacoude and frederic sautet (eds.): action ou taxation http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/asin/2051014876/typepad-21
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1858985560/typepad0c2-20
peter boettke and david prytchitko: market process theories http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1858985560/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1858982995/typepad0c2-20
peter boettke (ed.): the legacy of friedrich von hayek http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/1858982995/typepad0c2-20
- http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0792391004/typepad0c2-20
peter boettke: the political economy of soviet socialism: the formative years, 1918-1928 http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0792391004/typepad0c2-20
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coordination problem about recent posts unsolved, unanswered, unasked, sins of commission, and sins of omission in economics, political economy and social philosophy kelly green golf shoes, flour beetles, and publishing and promotion in economics 2016: a year in a life liberalism reconstructed for a world divided armen alchian's contributions to law and economics anarchism discussed and debated don lavoie and the critique of socialist economic planning the properly disciplined economists isn't a jibbering idiot mises, hayek and the austrian school -- cca lectures at hillsdale college november 2016 what if elite experts are wrong about what they supposedly are experts about? archives january 2017 december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 january 2017 sun mon tue wed thu fri sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 blogs we like beyond the numbers (american institute for 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austrian economics society for the development of austrian economics southern economic association universidad francisco marroquin blog powered by typepad subscribe to this blog's feed unsolved, unanswered, unasked, sins of commission, and sins of omission in economics, political economy and social philosophy |peter boettke| when i agreed to take over as editor of the review of austrian economics back in 1998, i argued that the intellectual market niche for austrian economics was to be found inside of the black-boxes of economics, political economy and social philosophy.  posted by peter boettke on january 17, 2017 at 12:08 pm | permalink | comments (0) | kelly green golf shoes, flour beetles, and publishing and promotion in economics |peter boettke| many years ago now, deirdre mccloskey published a wonderful paper about the intellectual state of the economics profession --- kelly green golf shoes and the intellectual range from m to n -- where she effectively bemoaned the mind-numbing conformity the profession was forcing upon its practitioners.  since that time matters have only gotten worse rather than better. thus, at the 2017 aea meeting there was a panel of some of the professions most important thinkers on the subject of publishing and promotion.  this is a must watch for anyone interested in economics. i am partial to mccloskey's discussion of nyu and to the remarks by angus deaton (at 1hour 21 min mark) about gmu, but the message is not dependent on my own particular experiences or values.  but instead the consequences of, as mccloskey says, when we all specialize in "being a pale imitation of mit."  this, of course, also buchanan's main point in his plea to "dare to be different".  as i have argued before in discussing his "dishwater of the orthodoxy", buchanan never wanted to excuse the dissenter of his professional obligations in the scientific community because he/she was an outlier, but also he never wanted those studying within his sphere of influence to imitate mit simply because mit was mit. it is time we stopped acting like flour beetles eating our young, and instead encouraged a diverse and dynamic discourse within the economics profession -- one that values books, and articles in non-top 5 journals, and alternative and new ways of communicating economic research and ideas within the community of social scientists and humanities. this will only happen if the older generation in control of publishing and promotion decisions says "enough is enough" and works to allow the bold and creative to contend and challenge the conventional wisdom in the science at a methodological, analytical, and - dare i say - an ideological level.  then we will have a vibrant and engaging discourse that will ignite the imaginations of the best and the brightest among our students, and unleash their curiosity to solve the most fascinating puzzles concerning the human condition. posted by peter boettke on january 16, 2017 at 04:51 pm | permalink | comments (0) | 2016: a year in a life |peter boettke| in december 2015 during a visit to institute for human sciences in vienna, i was asked to discuss future of american politics and the rise of populist movements.  with my great predictive capacity, i told my audience that they were jumping to conclusions.  the republican and democratic primaries had not even started and that soon the populist rhetoric would be tuned down, and the more middle-of-the-road candidates would emerge.  i was wrong, and i was wrong throughout most of 2016 in terms of predicting the mood of the country. but it wasn't just this country.  as 2016 started, i was in london and again asked a question about the upcoming brexit vote, and again i said, there is no turning the clock back and that globalization and cosmopolitanism was the future.  how wrong could i be again?! what makes matters worse is that i actually published a paper in the winter 2016 issue of the independent review that argued that nativist impulses and zero-sum thinking should give us pause in the genuinely optimistic slant that the economic way of thinking and the focus on the gains from trade and the gains from innovation that an entrepreneurial perspective would suggest.  so i should have known better than to be so confident in suggesting the the optimistic forces would outcompete the pessimistic ones.  to use the language of joel mokyr, there are "headwinds" and "tailwinds", and the "headwinds" of zero-sum and negative-sum thinking can be strong as to slow the progress that the prevailing "tailwinds" would otherwise suggest. i remain optimistic, but even more cautiously than before.  if 2016 taught me anything, it was that we economists should stick to our jobs as "students of civilization" as the founding members of the austrian school saw their intellectual mission. despite my rather pathetic record in political prediction, we at the hayek program had an excellent year in terms of publications of articles, books, and popular outlets.  one time dissertations of former students in our program became books with university presses, and some of those books became award winning works.  new dissertations were written, and new appointments earned by a new class of alumni.  articles, books, and essays.  we celebrated books published by richard wagner, erwin dekker, and virgil storr, stefanie haeffele-balch, and laura grube. we added roberta herzberg and ariella john to our faculty in the hayek program, and roger koppl is the hayek visiting professor for this academic year.  last year, which included spring 2016, was robert higgs. his conversation with chris coyne is a must listen to any serious student of political economy.  we also started a project on medium entitled "vienna circle" that using a multi-media platform to inform readers of the research activities of the hayek program. we also had several events that were very successful, including a conversation between deirdre mccloskey and don boudreaux, a lectures by israel kirzner on his life as an austrian economists, and another on the nature of the competitive market process, and a lecture by michael munger and a panel discussion with david schmidtz, barry weingast and luigi zingales to celebrate the receipt of the nobel prize in economics by james buchanan in 1986.  the library also officially announced the buchanan archive project with a ceremony, and then the university announced that two buildings at gmu would be named after our economic nobel prize winners --- vernon smith and james buchanan.  smith hall will be in arlington and will house both mercatus center and the interdisciplinary center for economic science, and buchanan hall will be in fairfax and will house the economics department and the f. a. hayek program of the mercatus center. in addition to my academic work in editing, publishing, and teaching*, i also coordinated the 2016 southern economic association meetings in my capacity as president-elect and by all reports the meetings were a great success with highlights being lectures from andrei shleifer, israel kirzner, deirdre mccloskey, vernon smith, and jim alm.  the annual society for the development of austrian economics meetings which meet in conjunction with the sea since its founding as an affiliated association had a great dinner with record attendance, honors going to paul lewis, deirdre mccloskey, and vernon smith, and a wonderful presidential address by edward stringham. in september, i also returned from the mont pelerin society general meetings with the surprise announcement that i was named president of mps for 2016-2018, which will take me to several different locations over the next few years. as for my travel schedule -- 2016 was a bit hectic, but it saw me travel to london and speak at iea, king's college, and do archive work at the lse.  i participated in both apee and hes annual conferences as well as the sea meetings.  i spoke at a variety of universities and colleges throughout the year. one of the most intellectually stimulating activity i am involved with is our adam smith fellows program at mercatus.  five years ago we began this program with 15 phd student from throughout the us, this year we have almost 100 fellows in getting their phds in elite universities throughout the us and europe.  these are serious young scholars in the humanities and social sciences are a constant source of inspiration for new ideas and new directions.  they devote themselves throughout the fellowship to a deep engagement with market process and spontaneous order theory, public choice and constitutional political economy, and the institutional analysis of development and polycentric systems. after grades were submitted and the offices were officially closed, i went into our offices and walked through the empty hallways as a way to reflect on what we have accomplished and what we have planned for the future.  i am so grateful to work with my great colleagues in the hayek program.  our phd fellows are dedicated students and aspiring professionals, and our staff works with enthusiasm and efficiency.  i have often be quoted as claiming that academic success for a research and teaching program requires three things: ideas, funding and positions.  i capitalize ideas because only if you have good ideas can you get off the ground as a research and teaching program.  but even the best ideas will go nowhere if there are no funds to support the efforts and/or if solid professional positions and a plan for professional advancements is limited for those that pursue these ideas.  but my typical presentation underestimates the #1 critical factor -- people.  you need high quality people to make a research program, and we have that.  we have the tools and mentality to be 'students of civilization" as our intellectual tradition demands. onwards and upwards for 2017.  ----------- *see my ssrn page or my homepage for pre-print papers, my cv and syllabi for classes taught. posted by peter boettke on december 29, 2016 at 06:24 pm | permalink | comments (0) | liberalism reconstructed for a world divided |peter boettke| so 2016 is limping to an end with an assassination of an ambassador, another "inspired" attack on innocents at a christmas market, and the formal election of a master crony-capitalist to the office of the presidency of the united states.  we have angry tweets, mean tweets, and self-congratulatory tweets defining our age.  but our age requires something different. the liberal project must be reconstructed for a world divided by ethnic, linguistic, religious, nationalist, and economic class.  the liberal project has always been an evolving project, not fixed in time.  it has taken on different meanings at different historical junctures.  now is no different, and to do the necessary reconstruction, there must be no divide between the humanities and the social sciences.  philosophy without economics is daydreaming, and economics without philosophy has no purpose, and both without politics are sterile intellectual exercises. in this reconstruction, we may draw inspiration from smith and hume, mises and hayek, friedman and buchanan, nozick, etc., but repeating their answers to the problems of their day will not work.  we live in the post-colonial and post-communist era, where the neoconservative project of a 'world order' has only exacerbated the social tensions that define our age.   this post is designed for one purpose -- to encourage young scholars of classical liberalism -- be they philosophers, political scientists, economists, historians, sociologists, etc. -- to pick up this challenge and apply all their talents to be students of our civilization.  if the best and the brightest don't pick up the challenge because of academic conformity methodologically, analytically, ideologically, then the necessary reconstruction will not occur.  note i am not saying "restatement", i am saying reconstruction.   my career as an academic political economist began with studying the history, collapse and transition from socialism in the former soviet union, it then switched to the institutional lessons to be learned from the failure of development planning in africa, latin america and asia.  this has led to studies on economic calculation and complex coordination; institutional infrastructure and economic development; endogenous rule formation and analytical anarchism; and social epistemology and comparative institutional analysis.  but, these are at best inputs into a study that seeks to addresses the problems that plague our world and the reconstructed liberal project. we have serious problems that require serious attention.  let's get to work. posted by peter boettke on december 20, 2016 at 10:59 am | permalink | comments (0) | armen alchian's contributions to law and economics |peter boettke| this is from a symposium organized at the gmu school of law a few years ago.   posted by peter boettke on december 11, 2016 at 03:25 pm | permalink | comments (0) | anarchism discussed and debated |peter boettke| trinity college recently hosted a discussion between james scott and david friedman.  enjoy.   posted by peter boettke on december 09, 2016 at 03:56 pm | permalink | comments (0) | don lavoie and the critique of socialist economic planning |peter boettke| in the 1980s, don lavoie received a signed autograph photo from f. a. hayek informing him that he was the first recipient of the "hayek prize" for the slaying of arguments for socialism. don was such an effective critique of socialist planning because he had sympathies with their aspirations, but was an economist so he understood the full implications of the inability of socialist planners to engage in rational economic calculation.   it is so refreshing to see both his works now back in print and in paperback form.  they are required reading for all students of political economy.   posted by peter boettke on november 30, 2016 at 11:44 am | permalink | comments (0) | the properly disciplined economists isn't a jibbering idiot |peter boettke| quote of the day from james m. buchanan: "as a 'social' scientist, the primary function of the economist is to explain the workings of these institutions and to predict the effects of changes in their structures. as the interaction process that he examines becomes more complex, it is but natural that the task of the economic scientists becomes more intricate. but his central principle remains the same, and he can, through its use, unravel the most tangled sets of structural relationships among human beings. the economist is able to do this because he possesses this central principle – an underlying theory of human behavior. and because he does so, he qualifies as a scientist and his discipline as a science. what a science does, or should do, is simply to allow the average man, through professional specialization, to command the heights of genius. the basic tools are the simple principles, and these are chained forever to the properly disciplined professional. without them, he is as a jibbering idiot, who makes only noise under an illusion of speech."                                                                                         -- james buchanan, "economics and its scientific neighbors" posted by peter boettke on november 27, 2016 at 08:39 am | permalink | comments (0) | mises, hayek and the austrian school -- cca lectures at hillsdale college november 2016 |peter boettke| the cca lectures at hillsdale college are now posted.  lectures from israel kirzner, and lawrence white highlight the event.  my talk tried to demonstrate (or illustrate) the continuing relevance of mises, hayek, and the contemporary austrian school to the practical and troubling problems that western democracies must grapple with.  the problems i identify relate to fiscal irresponsibility, monetary mischief, and regulations and restrictions that result in rent-seeking behavior and reduce labor market fluidity. as hayek said in his nobel prize lecture, we as an economics profession have made a mess of things.  and, i try to communicate in my lecture -- we as austrian school economists, and especially the young people in that audience, have a lot of work to do in cleaning up that mess.  but before we get to cleaning up, it is vital that we understand the nature, extent and why we are in this mess to begin with.  so i suggest to the audience, best to start with hayek's tiger by the tail, which discusses the monetary consequences of lord keynes, and buchanan and wagner's democracy in deficit, which discusses the fiscal consequences of lord keynes. posted by peter boettke on november 23, 2016 at 07:59 am | permalink | comments (0) | what if elite experts are wrong about what they supposedly are experts about? |peter boettke| the media elites, the pollsters, statisticians, and commentators (including me) missed that one.  what else are 'we' missing? ever since the wilsonian period, the progressive agenda has come with trained experts who by design immune from direct democratic pressures.  this is most evident in the independent regulatory agencies -- cpsc, epa, ftc, faa, fcc, ferc, fed reserve system, fda, icc, nlrb, nrc, osha, sec -- but it is an embedded attitude in our universities, our legal system, our politics, our media.  experts are expected to lead the way based on their expertise in the policy sciences. one of my favorite books is vincent ostrom's the intellectual crisis of american public administration, precisely because he challenges this vision to the core.  i'd also recommend reading frank knight's intelligence and democratic action, and pay close attention to the forthcoming book by david levy and sandra peart, escape from democracy: the role of experts and the public in economic policy (cambridge 2016) and roger koppl's work on expert failure, including his forthcoming book.  the problem with experts isn't that individuals can have superior judgement to others, or that one can earn authority through judicious study and successful action.  the problem is an institutional one, and institutional problems demand institutional solutions.  in the case of the levy/peart and koppl stories, the problem results from monopoly expertise that produce systemic incentives and social epistemology which is distortionary from the perspective of correct policy response.  this new work is an updating and development of the earlier works of knight and ostrom, and demonstrate the intellectual bankruptcy of the progressive agenda as it relates to a self-governing democratic society, and the institutional fragility of expert rule. in fact, this focus on institutions of governance, and the fragility or robustness of these institutions, has been a focus of the great scottish philosophers -- hume and smith -- and the founding father's -- madison, and of course modern political economists such as hayek and buchanan.  critical to the core ideas in these social philosophers and political theorists is that in designing institutions of governance we must presume that all men are knaves.  it is critical to understand that in doing so this was not a description, nor was it an "as if" approximation, but rather it was an analytical move to build institutions that would ensure that "bad men would do least harm".  there is a recognized trade-off -- "good men" will not be granted the power to pursue actions unchecked even if that good man was about to do the objectively "right thing".  but that trade-off was understood by madison when he wrote that if men were angels there would be no need for government, and if government were to be run by angels there would be no need for restraints, but precisely because men are going to rule over other men, we must first empower, and then constrain that power.  our knavery comes in the form of arrogance and opportunism, and if we construct institutions of governance that fail to check our knavery, and instead unleashes experts immune from democratic pressures, we get expert failure. tremendous power and authority has been entrusted in these experts.  yet, there are serious issues that potentially delegitimize large segments of the establishment in: education from primary to secondary to higher, media from traditional print to radio, tv and even the echo-chamber of social media, public services from police to infrastructure to public pensions, and government from local to state to federal.  one way to "read" the election results is that this was an indictment of the establishment of experts. there are no doubt "darker" interpretations of what happened, and i am not naive about them and i share that concern with many of my fellow citizens.  there is something extremely strange about trump being viewed as an outsider to the establishment when his entire career has been about working connections in the establishment to benefit himself at the expense of others --- he is the classic crony capitalist.  but amidst this mess, the fact that it was such a surprise to so many in the establishment should cause social scientists to rethink some basic points in political economy and social philosophy, and its relationship to public policy in a self-governing democratic society.  this isn't a partisan issue --- that is what goes on in the activity of governing, but for those of us whose job it is to study government, we must focus on the institutions that make governing possible, and we have to get a sense of the public ideology that defines our age. hamilton asked whether the constitution of this country would be based on accident and force, or reflection and choice.  let's hope that the institutions that have been built from reflection and choice retain the robust constraints against knavery, and first step would be to demonopolize experts and introduce contestation throughout the social organization, and upset the comfort of the establishment.  this doesn't mean that the 'establishment" will go away, but those in that establishment will have to address challenges to their authority and their comfort will be disturbed. posted by peter boettke on november 09, 2016 at 10:50 am | permalink | comments (6) | information processing, knowledge acquisition, and decision making |peter boettke| knowledge management, information management, decision making, and neuroscience.      posted by peter boettke on november 08, 2016 at 07:20 am | permalink | comments (2) | robert tollison -- economist, political economist and mentor to so many (1942-2016) |peter boettke| i received the very sad news monday morning that robert tollison had passed away.  the news brought on a flood of memories.  i think students often have relationships with teachers in a way similar to siblings -- especially graduate students.  the relationship are all different, though similar.  yet those difference can be striking. i was not one of bob's direct dissertation students, but i was his student and i learned so much from him.   but it is important to stress that i learned not just in classrooms and in seminars, but also on the basketball court (he had an amazingly accurate 3 point shot), in casual conversations (about economics, sports, the profession), in phone calls and then emails latter on (about articles, about ideas that needed developing and reworking), and in a shared admiration for the work of james buchanan.  and, it would be very remiss of me to not mention all i learned in reading him.  bob's "rent-seeking: a survey" remains the best introduction in my opinion to this literature and its importance, and his paper with richard wagner, "romance, realism and the politics of economic reform" is one of the top 5 papers in my opinion for anyone hoping to do sensible work on economic reform.  and, his book with robert ekelund on mercantilism as a rent-seeking society had a profound influence on me and the way i approached my applied studies of the soviet economic system.  this influence is most directly seen in my papers with gary anderson -- "perestroika and public choice", and especially "soviet venality" but can be seen throughout my books on the subject, the political economy of soviet socialism, why perestroika failed, and calculation & coordination.  my public choice influences run through buchanan, tullock and tollison, and my hybrid austrian/virginia influence comes from dilorenzo, holcombe and most importantly wagner.  and, of course, buchanan is the looming figure in all of that.  and, bob it must not be forgotten was a student and close friend of james buchanan. i wrote my first co-authored paper with bob and that also was an amazing learning experience.  it was a policy study for the citizens for a sound economy and it dealt with trade restrictions in the automobile industry.  in the process of writing this paper, bob directed me to michael munger and told me to learn everything i could from him, and i have been listening and learning from munger ever since.  and bob told me about framing an argument for this purpose and addressing costs and benefits, and thinking about economic analysis of public policy from both a means/ends public interest perspective, and also a public choice interest group perspective.   there have been very fitting tributes to bob by alex tabarrok, casey mulligan, ed lopez, mark thornton, don boudreaux, and bryan caplan.  i am sure many more to come.  bob's obituary can be found here. since this is a blog associated with austrian ideas, i'd like to stress bob's importance to austrian economics and in particular the sort of environment for austrian economists here at gmu.  bob isn't always immediately thought of when the connection between austrian economics and the virginia school of political economy is brought up.  bob in his research interests was more empirical than conceptual and in intellectual temperament more scientific than philosophical.  but bob was a deep and serious thinker -- see his review of gerald o'driscoll's economics as a coordination problem in public choice 33 (3) 1978.  well before bob moved to gmu and direct the center for study of public choice in the department that also housed the center for the study of market processes, he was deeply knowledgable of the contributions of mises, hayek and kirzner, the relationship of their work to that of buchanan and tullock's, and the new generation of austrian economists such as mario rizzo and gerald o'driscoll.  he also had an appreciation for some of the historical work of murray rothbard. a story from bob's own graduate career is critical to my story.  there was a professor back at uva -- he never named him -- that would meet with the students after their first year and sort of predict their career path.  as bob told me the story, after his first year that professor told bob that he might not make it.  bob took that as motivation and worked his butt off.  and though bob didn't tell me this part of the story, ken elzinga did, by the time bob graduated from uva he had out-published all the junior faculty combined.  i have never sought to verify that, but its a great story, and if the past is a prologue, it makes perfect sense for two reasons -- bob's first job out of uva was at cornell, and his subsequent amazing publication record.  but the story doesn't end there, bob actually introduced this practice of meeting with graduate students and giving them this practical advice.  the students ahead of me included brian goff and trey fleisher, and while they came in as fellows at the center for the study of market processes, they ended up their gmu careers at the center for study of public choice and subsequently built great careers in publishing and teaching as scholars in the public choice tradition deeply influenced by bob tollison.  the reason is bob would meet with us, hold up a copy of the jpe and say in his wonderful southern accent "they won't let us be theorists."  and then he would recommend that we invest in the tools of the trade, build a career and then perhaps down the road return to some of these ideas that fascinate us.  well that was the message others heard.  but deb walker and i heard a different message.  bob told us, on separate occasions as deb was year ahead of me, after his "they won't let us be theorists" line, well, but "pete, you are hopelessly an 'austrialian' economist, so you better just be the best one of those you can be."  it actually wasn't an insult, it was an encouragement. not everyone understood this that way at the time.  but perhaps another story will serve to contextualize bob's attitude and what he did to create legitimate scientific space for austrian economics at gmu and in the profession more generally.  in 1985, the center for the study of public choice initiated an annual lecture in virginia political economy -- dennis mueller gave the first lecture.  at that lecture (or it could have been the following year's lecture by bill breit, but i think it was mueller's), during the q&a -- david laband, who was a 1981 graduate of vpi, and was then at umbc, launched into a gratuitous attack on austrian economics for being unscientific and in need of being weeded out of the profession.  tollison who was the organizer and chair of the session, stood up and in his classic way said simply, "david, that is not right.  at george mason university we expose our students to two legitimate scientific traditions in economics -- austrian economics and neoclassical economics -- and we have two centers pursuing progressive research programs in economics -- the center for study of public choice and the center for the study of market processes." bob tollison, the champion of operationalizing public choice in an empirical research program, just said publicly and loudly that it was not only ok to be a "hopelessly 'australian' economist" but that it was scientifically legitimate and pursuing it was a progressive research program in economics and political economy.  to this then 20-something aspiring economist, that meant the world.  he could have agreed with laband, he could have even just remained silent, and that atmosphere at gmu would have been different from then on.  but tollison understood something that others didn't -- like wagner -- he experienced the break down at uva and the break down at vpi -- and he understood that the first was ideological, but that the second was methodological.  and it didn't matter that in both environments, the work being attack was objectively the best work being done on that campus at that time and earned that campus international recognition in scholarship and science.  seriously, just consider for a minute that university of virginia chased off 2 nobel prize winners and a distinguished fellow of the aea, then vpi chased off a nobel prize winner and a distinguished fellow of the aea once again, as well as in both instances significant economic thinkers that did not quite receive those same accolades but pretty close and had (have) their own stellar record of accomplishment in the field of economics and political economics.  at the close of the vpi era, buchanan warned of the "dishwater of the orthodoxy", leband and crowd were swimming in the dishwater and continuing to fill the economics profession with the "dull, drab and dead", while tollison was standing up for "daring to be different", for unclugging that drain, and washing away the dishwater.  and, he encourage others to be proud of being different, even if he had fun with you for thinking that way -- but it was a joke he was in on!  too many folks failed to appreciate this about bob.  as a scientist, bob above all else cared about productivity and the consistent and persistent application of the economic way of thinking to all subjects.  he was a natural economist in the same way as tullock, and he was a brilliant political economists in the tradition of buchanan.  he created intellectual space at gmu and beyond for folks to do "good work" and to strive to publish interesting work. so as i think about my time with bob as a student i choose to remember that smile, the wonderful southern drawl, his wit, his brilliance and his encouragement.  and, in my post student days, i can say everytime i saw him, or talked to him, it was a great joy to see him, to have the opportunity to talk economics, to talk sports, and to joke about the absurdities of the world.  yes, "they won't let us be theorists" in the jpe like say they did when buchanan started his career with "a pure theory of government expenditure", but that didn't necessarily mean we shouldn't engage in theoretical exercises that help us frame and guide our empirical examinations -- in fact another fantastic paper of bob's is with bill shughart entitled "a creative theorist in his workshop: james buchanan as a positive economist." such a tragic loss to community of public choice scholars, and my condolences to his family, friends, and those former students that he so closely cultivated and developed, and then worked with as colleagues.  i will miss him dearly.   posted by peter boettke on october 26, 2016 at 11:17 am | permalink | comments (4) | 2016 southern economic association meetings |peter boettke| i am the current president-elect of the southern economic association and one of my primary responsibilities was organizing this year's conference in washington dc november 19-21. the program is now published and online for all to see.  particular highlights in the program are the distinguished lecture, the presidential address, and the association lecture.  on saturday at 10:00am, there will be a special session honoring vernon smith that will also be a highlight of this years meetings. vernon smith will also be honored at the annual society for the development of austrian economics dinner following israel kirzner's association lecture.  it is my sincere hope that individuals in the dc academic and think tank community will make it for kirzner's lecture and the sdae dinner so please spread the word among all your friends. diana thomas has organized a great program for the sdae program (an affiliated scholarly society to sea) that has a full slate of sessions, including its annual menger prize and lavoie prize. posted by peter boettke on october 17, 2016 at 08:05 pm | permalink | comments (0) | and the nobel goes to ... oliver hart and bengt holmstrom |peter boettke| first, lets acknowledge this is an excellent choice.  it is an excellent choice because of the substantive issues hart and holmstrom put on the table for economists to grapple with, it is an excellent choice because it signals the importance of economic theory in working through critical issues of practical importance, and, finally, it is an excellent choice because these two thinkers are brilliant and their contributions are worthy of serious study by all students of economics.   we live in an imperfect world populated by imperfect individuals who must somehow come together to cooperate to realize the gains from specialization in production and mutually beneficial exchange.  to achieve this, various institutions have been crafted, evolved, and tinkered with so groups can align incentives and mobilize dispersed knowledge.  and here is the issue, incentives are necessary and they are tricky.  systems of rewards and penalties that may be functional in one environment may prove completely dysfunctional in others.  managing incentives is a dynamic problem and requires constant adaptation to changing circumstances, adjustment to new environments, and general coping with the messy world that we humans occupy.  hart and holmstrom (along with their co-authors such as sandy grossman) has published the most important papers during my professional career (1988-today) on these issues.  to get a sense of the substantive issues that have tackled in their various writings see tyler cowen's post on hart and holmstrom, and peter klein's excellent discussion of their work.  second, lets acknowledge that they didn't invent the field of the study of managing incentives.  in fact, their work is a continuation of much of the thinking laid out by previous mainline economic thinkers who were awarded the nobel, such as hayek, buchanan, coase, ostrom, but of course also the mechanism design theorists such as hurwicz, myerson and maskin, the organizational theorists such as simon and williamson, and the information theorists such as stigler and stiglitz.  there is imperfect information, there are constraints on transactions, and there are institutions to be crafted and tested in practice as to whether they are effective at aligning incentives, monitoring behavior, and metering performance.  there are also "games within the games" played inside these nested institutions of a modern complex society as markets, firms, law, politics, and society interact with one another and are not ever truly encountered in isolation of the other. so if you boil down the basic insights of hart and holmstrom, you will see that adam smith and david hume raised similar questions, as did jb say and js mill in the 19th century and wicksteed, mises and knight in the first half of the 20th century.  in the second half of the 20th century, besides the thinkers already mentioned above that have been honored to have received the nobel, 2 names stand out that should have received this prize in my mind --- armen alchian and harold demsetz.  in fact, it is hard to imagine the modern theory of the firm developing without the insights of alchian and demsetz's classic 1972 aer paper "production, information costs, and economic organization."   so is there a sort of miscarriage of scholarly justice in the passing over of armen alchian during his lifetime, and the continuing overlooking of the aging harold demsetz by the nobel committee right now?  of course there is, but rather than express outrage, i want to offer an explanation that i hope gives pause to some within the broadly speaking coalition of property rights economists, law-and-economics scholars, public choice political economists and market process and entrepreneurship theorists.  if this coalition of intellectual traditions is going to have the impact it should have, in my opinion, then it is going to have to reconceptualize the way it is going to engage the scientific community of economists and social scientists.  there must be a serious re-engagement with the buchanan type question of "what should economists do?" and perhaps an even deeper exploration into the insights on the nature of economic science as laid out by mises, knight, and hayek. in a very colloquial way science is said to progress in the following way: stage 1 -- what do you think; stage 2 -- what do you know; stage 3 --what can you prove.  in the 20th century, a strange intellectual alliance formed between statism and scientism (this alliance was the hallmark of the progressive era ideology and we have never fully escaped its stranglehold).  scientism itself was based on an intimate relationship between formalism and empiricism.  formalism argued that due to the ambiguities of natural language where the same words could mean different things and the different words could mean the same thing, science would never progress beyond stage 1 -- what do you think.  this stage is critical for getting the intuition -- the insight -- but it will remain immature unless forced to be formally stated where it may have the possibility to reach stage 3 and be considered a real contribution to science.  but in translating natural language to formal language of mathematics, theorists of the social world had to abstract from a variety of nuances that only natural language can capture.  formal statements can ensure syntactic clarity, not necessarily semantic clarity (this point is something to stress for another time).  the full on adoption of the formal language of mathematical economics has costs as well as some perceived benefits that we must bring out into the open in our professional discourse.  what happens in economic theory by mid-century due to the formalist revolution is a complete disregard for logical soundness in our theoretical derivations, and instead an exclusive striving for logical validity in the models being developed.  what ties these models down and prevents them from being merely arbitrary and free floating abstractions, is that simultaneously with this move there was the advancement in sophisticated techniques of statistical testing in economics.  economics was transformed from a branch of moral philosophy and the field of political economy to a science of "model and measure" and a form of expert guided engineering of economic systems.  this self-image fit well with both desire to manage macroeconomics and regulate microeconomics, and of course it fit well with the more ambitious efforts of nationalization and planning.  but the main point i want to stress is the need, and more importantly the ability, to tie down the logically valid models to reality through some reliable procedure of sorting through the unlimited array of possible 'model worlds' to select out only those that were empirically significant for this world in which we occupy as human beings.  but such unambiguous testing procedures are absent even in physics as pierre duhem and willard quine respectively demonstrated.  so what procedure will do the job of the necessary sorting and thus tying of abstractions so they don't become mere flights of fancy? well, unfortunately, economists once the alliance between statism and scientism was forged and the profession developed the way it did -- see hayek's nobel prize address on this --- they will not let go of the scientism even in the wake of developments in the philosophy of science.  they aren't always statist, but 99% of them continue to follow scientism, and this has huge consequences for why some theorists are acknowledged as contributors and others are destined always to be viewed as perhaps brilliant and insightful but ultimately stuck at an immature stage of scientific development --- stage 1 -- what do you think, and never capable of moving to stage 2, let alone the ultimate stage 3 of what can you prove.  stage 3 is for that rare contribution that can be rigorously stated and then reliably tested against the data.  stage 3 is for nobel prizes, stage 1 can inspire, can point in right directions, can be gratefully acknowledge as part of a unusual and great wisdom of the pre-scientific era.  but what if in the sciences of man, this depiction of stage 3 is actually a false image?  as hayek said, the contributions that appear the most scientific may in fact be the least. and, perhaps those that appear least scientific are in fact the most. this is the strange fate of austrian economics and with it the alliance with property rights (alchian), public choice (buchanan), and law-and-economics (coase).  the economics of mises, hayek and kirzner -- the modern austrian school of economics -- represents a methodological, analytical, and ideological challenge to the mainstream practice in economic science.  it is a consistent and persistent critic of the alliance between statism and scientism of the mainstream, and it stands in this opposition from the firm position of the mainline of economic thought from adam smith onwards.  yet, post 1950, the austrians could forge alliances with variants of anti-statism within economics, but they tended to be advocates of scientism, so the alliance would ultimately break down.  at other times, austrians would forge alliances with anti-scientism within economics, but they tended to be advocates of statism, so the alliance would eventually break down.  rare is the critic of both statism and scientism -- james buchanan, ronald coase and elinor ostrom stand out among the nobelists -- so those alliances are deep and every lasting. alchian (and demsetz) are victims of scientism, their work is categorized at stage 1 -- a brilliant and insightful intuition.  kirzner's work on entrepreneurship is similarly categorized in its most generous rendering by current practitioners.  in the current methodological climate, the ideological priors of some might suggest that certain theorists had insights that we should acknowledge, and this might even lead to looking at those insights for analytical inspiration.  but the earlier efforts will be dismissed as having not asked or answered the question in a rigorous enough (as if this isn't an ambiguous term itself) manner to warrant scientific merit.  these earlier thinkers may even be dubbed "scholars" as opposed to "scientists", and in a culture that demands scientists that folks is an insult. so my message is to those in the broad coalition of property rights, public choice, law-and-economics, and market process economics if you are outraged by the intellectual injustice to armen alchian and harold demsetz as many seem to be, it is time to wake up to this fact of the culture of contemporary economics and to inform yourself about the methodological stakes in the sciences of man.  economics cannot successfully achieve the scientific goals it set out to achieve mid-20th century with the move to "model and measure".  it can succeed in sustaining itself and advancing itself as a profession, but that is different than the intellectual promise that was made, and we have to ask at what cost does this self-sustaining profession and its prestige come with.  intellectually, i would argue it is the pushing to the background the insight and wisdoms of the mainline teaching of economics from adam smith onwards about how productive specialization, mutually beneficial exchange and peaceful social cooperation can result among free people via institutional arrangements that enable them to live better together than they ever could in isolation.  we live in an imperfect world populated by imperfect human beings and we adopt imperfect institutions that attempt to enable us to cope with our imperfect existence and thus need to be constantly adapting to changing circumstances and adjusting of multiple margins to aid us to succeed in our efforts through time. the world is messy, but it is also beautiful in this messyness as human beings and human organizations are so creative in their adaptability and adjustments in the face of the constraints on transactions.  we are, after all, constantly alert to that which is in our interest to be alert to -- it is what makes us human actors, as opposed to automatons -- and we are capable of learning, of discovering, or exercising judgment over, alternative courses of action that attempt to improve our situation.  ostrom wanted social scientists to study the bottom-up constitutional crafstmanship of communities in their efforts to address tension and conflicts over resource use, and coase wanted economists and lawyers to study contracts as the human historical record of such efforts to organize exchange and production and cope with the real constraints on transactions so that "deals could in fact be brokered", and of course buchanan stressed throughout his career that economics was best conceived of as a discipline that studied exchange relationships and the institutions within which those relationships are formed, sustained and at times fall apart.  hart and holmstrom are certainly very worthy winners of the nobel prize -- very worthy in my opinion -- but the overlooking of alchian and demsetz is regrettable.  it is, however, understandable.  it is a methodological issue, and unless the methodological issue is tackled the analytical and ideological issues will continue to fail to forge a sustainable coalition against the alliance of statism and scientism that has a stranglehold on the soul of the discipline of economics.   to conclude let me point to israel kirzner's preface to mises's the ultimate foundations of economic science as i believe the connection between the methodological, analytical and ideological positions are nowhere as clearly laid out, and the reasons why the methodological battle must be fought against all opposition if there is to be any hope of change to the intellectual landscape.   this work gives us, in a real sense, the final words of which mises, economist, philosopher, and lover of liberty, had to deliver himself at the close of his life's work. it should not, therefore, be a matter for surprise that this is a book that was clearly written with enormous passion. although many of the themes dealt with were themes on which mises had dwelt in earlier works, here we find them drawn together in a manifesto passionately proclaiming the true character of economics. he dauntlessly defended its epistemological foundations from the attacks of its detractors, disdainfully dismissing the pretensions of philosophies of science built solidly on abysmal ignorance of the teachings of economics. for decades mises had patiently and tirelessly developed his system of social thought. he did this during an age in which the tide of philosophical fashion was, to say the least, not running in his favor. despite the ascendancy of epistemological views that rendered mises' science of human action grossly unacceptable to the philosophers of his time, despite fashionable methodological innovations in economics that made mises'own economics appear to his critics as an obscurantist obstacle to scientific advance, despite ideological currents that led to mises' policy conclusions being set down as both benighted and reactionary — despite all this discouragement and disparagement, mises never faltered. the passion that suffuses the present work provides an insight into what it was that kept mises writing and teaching during those bitter decades of intellectual isolation. indeed the ideas on which mises built this book are quintessential to his whole view of economics and of the social sciences in general. economics, mises explained again and again, is a discipline the character of which differs drastically from that of the natural sciences. once one has thoroughly mastered the teachings of economics, mises argued, it becomes apparent that the science does not fit into the narrow epistemological schema developed by philosophers whose horizons extended no further than the physical sciences. it was this realization that led mises into his powerful attack on the dogmas of logical and empirical positivism. the shallowness of these dogmas, mises maintained, is to be perceived not merely on philosophical grounds; their bankruptcy emerges with clarity from the theorems of economics, properly understood. conversely, mises pointed out, the preconceptions of positivist writers have been responsible for unwarranted attacks on economics itself. mises directed a withering barrage against the illegitimate extension to the realm of social phenomena of the methods and modes of thought appropriate only to the natural sciences. in human affairs, he insisted, we cannot dispense with the category of the mind, with reason, with purpose, and with valuation. to attempt to grapple with the phenomena of society without recognizing the role of purposeful, rational individual human action is a vain and misguided endeavor. but it was not merely the willful blindness displayed by positivist thought toward human purpose that excited mises' passionate attack. mises saw the denial of economics as an alarming threat to a free society and to western civilization. it is economics that is able to demonstrate the social advantages of the unhampered market. the validity of these demonstrations rests heavily on precisely those insights into individual human action that positivist thought treats, in effect, as meaningless nonsense. what inspired mises' vigorous and spirited crusade against the philosophic underpinnings of an economics not founded on human purposefulness was more than the scientist's passion for truth, it was his profound concern for the preservation of human freedom and dignity. so it is this, mises' last book, that provides a glimpse into the most fundamental — the "ultimate" — motives responsible for mises' lifelong dedication as scientist and scholar. let there be no misunderstanding, however. our "human" vision of mises the man, passionately and personally concerned for the future of the free society, is by no means inconsistent with the image of mises as the austere, impassive, value-free scientist. mises, as is well known, was a jealous guardian of the wertfreiheit of science, and of economics in particular. the conclusions of economics, mises insisted again and again, do not reflect the interests and concerns of the economist. they deal strictly and impartially with the degree to which the goals of the individuals in society are furthered or obstructed by particular policies or institutional arrangements. mises would surely have conceded that his lifelong pursuit and teaching of economics was motivated by values, themselves necessarily outside the scope of science. certainly these values included both the intellectual's unreasoned passion for truth and the yearning of the lover of liberty for the free society. but mises would have dismissed with proud (and deserved) contempt any questioning of the disinterestedness of his scientific conclusions. precisely because he believed that economic science has a crucial role to play in the struggle for freedom, mises saw how necessary it is for the economist to be incorruptible in his disinterested pursuit of scientific truth. it is necessary for the scientist to acknowledge findings that seem to run counter to his own intellectual interests with the same candor and openness with which he announces conclusions that he views as more congenial to his own values. if economics is to fulfill its wholesome potential in the battle of ideas and ideologies, this can be made possible only by adhering rigorously to standards of intellectual honesty and objectivity impervious to corruption of any kind. only in this way can we understand the apparently imperturbable calm with which mises continued his own scientific work despite decades of inglorious academic neglect. mises' austere scientific wertfreiheit drew its source from the very passion with which he held to his basic, convictions.  posted by peter boettke on october 11, 2016 at 10:26 am | permalink | comments (6) | special collections at the gmu library -- october is nobel celebration month |peter boettke| you can see various pictures and documents in the special collections in fenwick library throughout the month. posted by peter boettke on october 06, 2016 at 10:33 am | permalink | comments (0) | next » search our websites chris coyne dave prychitko frederic sautet pete boettke peter t. leeson steve horwitz our books 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