Austrian economics is often criticized as being hostile to empirical research and seen purely as an ideology. In contrast, the purpose of this book is to show that Austrian economics provides an interesting approach to most conceivable subjects in economics. Edited by Jürgen G. Backhaus, this comprehensive volume includes Austrian analysis of:
- health economics
- labour economics
- business cycle theory
- property rights.
Contributors include Roger Koppl, Bart Nooteboom, Larry Moss, Dick Wagner and Gerrit Meijer, and this significant book will prove invaluable to students of economics and will make interesting reading for applied economists in any area of application.