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Economics as the Study of Coordination and Exchange

In: Handbook on Contemporary Austrian Economics

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  • Christopher J. Coyne

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This Handbook looks through the lens of the latest generation of scholars at the main propositions believed by so-called ‘Austrians’. Each contributing author addresses key tenets of the school of thought, and outlines its ongoing contribution to economics and to the social sciences.

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  • Christopher J. Coyne, 2010. "Economics as the Study of Coordination and Exchange," Chapters,in: Handbook on Contemporary Austrian Economics, chapter 2 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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