This Elements series will primarily be focused on contemporary developments in the Austrian School of Economics and its relevance to the methodological and analytical debates at the frontier of social science and humanities research, and the continuing relevance of the Austrian School of Economics for the practical affairs of public policy throughout the world. Current works in this series by Hayek Program Scholars and ASP alumni are listed below. For the full list of works, visit the Cambridge Elements in Austrian Economics page.
- The Political Economy of Public Pensions — Eileen Norcross & Daniel J. Smith
- The Origins and Consequences of Property Rights — Colin Harris, Meina Cai, Ilia Murtazashvili & Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili
- Cultural Considerations within Austrian Economics — Virgil Storr & Arielle John
- Defense, Peace, and War Economics — Christopher J. Coyne
- Public Debt as a Form of Public Finance — Richard E. Wagner
- The Decline and Rise of Institutions — Liya Palagashvili, Ennio Piano, & David Skarbek