Part I: Introduction 1: Introduction: Is there an Austrian Macroeconomics? Part II: Market Process and Microeconomics 2: Prices, Knowledge and Economic Order 3: The Missing Link: Capital Theory as Microfoundations Part III: The Macroeconomics of Monetary Disequilibrium 4: Monetary Equilibrium as an Analytical Framework 5: Inflation, the Market Process, and Social Order 6: Monetary Equilibrium Theory and Deflation 7: W.H.Hutt on Price Rigidities and Macroeconomic Disorder Part IV: Policy Implications and Conclusions 8: Monetary Policy, Monetary Regimes, and Monetary Disequilibria 9: Conclusions: Microfoundations and Macroeconomics
Steven Horwitz is Associate Professor of Economics at St.Lawrence University, New York
"Horwitz is not addressing only fellow economists: While this book
is certainly not an introductory work... it is readily accessible
to any reader...."
-Gene Callahan, "Ideas on Liberty