Introduction: Money, Cycles, and Crises in the United States and Canada
Originally published in Advances in Austrian Economics
This introduction summarizes each of the papers in Studies in Austrian Macroeconomics.
This introduction summarizes each of the papers in Studies in Austrian Macroeconomics. It begins with a brief overview of the core ideas and development of modern Austrian macroeconomics, focusing on its theory of the business cycle. The papers are then discussed by parts, starting with the papers on Austrian monetary and business cycle theory, followed by those addressing the relationship between the US and Canadian economic performance, and concluding with the three papers on the political economy of regulation and crisis.