December, 2015

Advanced Studies in Political Economy

The Advanced Studies in Political Economy series consists of republished as well as newly commissioned work that seeks to understand the underpinnings of a free society through the foundations of the Austrian, Virginia, and Bloomington schools of political economy. Through this series, the Mercatus Center at George Mason University aims to further the exploration of and discussion on the dynamics of social change by making this research available to students and scholars.

Books in the Series

ANARCHY, STATE AND PUBLIC CHOICE
Edited by Edward Stringham. Foreword by Peter J. Boettke and Rosolino Candela (2018)

APPLIED MAINLINE ECONOMICS: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THEORY AND PUBLIC POLICY
By Matthew D. Mitchell and Peter J. Boettke (2017)

HUMANE ECONOMICS
Edited by Jack High. Foreword by Solomon Stein and Stefanie Haeffele-Balch (2017)

MAINLINE ECONOMICS: SIX NOBEL LECTURES IN THE TRADITION OF ADAM SMITH
Edited by Peter J. Boettke, Stefanie Haeffele-Balch, and Virgil Henry Storr (2016)

NATIONAL ECONOMIC PLANNING: WHAT IS LEFT?
By Don Lavoie. Foreword by Christopher Coyne (2016)

RIVALRY AND CENTRAL PLANNING: THE SOCIALIST CALCULATION DEBATE RECONSIDERED
By Don Lavoie. Foreword by Peter J. Boettke and Virgil Henry Storr (2015)

HOW WE CAME BACK: VOICES FROM POST-KATRINA NEW ORLEANS
By Nona Martin Storr, Emily Chamlee-Wright, and Virgil Henry Storr (2015)