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March 31, 2015 at 12:00 pm #20267
As a graduate student who learned of, and adopted Austrian economics only after I have earned my undergrad, I am particularly interested in materials or courses which can shed light on not merely the Keynesian school, or beginners courses – but rather Austrian insights into much of the coursework I deal with on a daily basis – namely Neoclassical/Chicago methods, and their prevalence in mainstream “conservative” macroeconomics.
During these recent semesters, I have been bombarded with a number of names and methods which I was previously unfamiliar with. An Austrian perspective on these concepts would be greatly appreciated.