The Rebirth of Austrian Economics: 1974-99

Posted: 11 Oct 2000

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Karen I. Vaughn

George Mason University - Department of Economics

Abstract

Twenty five years ago, Austrian economics appeared to be a closed chapter in the history of economics. Today Austrian ideas are flourishing as never before. That is partly due to the compelling nature of Austrian ideas. But there is a good case for arguing that the official rebirth of Austrian economics dates back to a meeting in South Royalton, Vermont in June 1974.

JEL Classification: N00

Suggested Citation

Vaughn, Karen I., The Rebirth of Austrian Economics: 1974-99. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=233473

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