In Defense of Austrian Business Cycle Theory as a Non-Austrian

I consider myself an economist-in-training, but I would not consider myself an Austrian economist-in-training in terms of my preferred methodologies, philosophy of economics, and research goals. I tend to be sympathetic to a view akin to that of Antony Davies that Austrian economic methods such as Praxeology are useful as a guide for model selection,Continue reading “In Defense of Austrian Business Cycle Theory as a Non-Austrian”