Vienna & Chicago, Friends Or Foes?: A Tale of Two Schools of Free-market Economics

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Capital Press/Regnery Pub., 2005 - Business & Economics - 306 pages
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From the Chicago School:

"This tale is thorough, thoughtful, even-handed, and highly readable. All economists, of whatever school, will find it both instructive and entertaining." —Milton Friedman

From the Austrian School:

"In this upbeat tale of two schools, Skousen gives us a delightful blend of theory, history, and political science, and shows that there is much common ground and scope for development." —Roger W. Garrison

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Look, I'm only a partial economist -- undergrad dual major along with Poli Sci, but without having the self-confidence in my math chops to have pursued a direct graduate degree and a U of C trained ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Mark Skousen is Benjamin Franklin Chair of Management at Grantham University. In 2004-05, he taught economics and finance at Columbia Business School and Columbia University. He is the editor-in-chief of the investment newsletter "Forecasts and Strategies", and the author of several books, including "The Making of Modern Economics" and "The Power of Economic Thinking".

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