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The Austrian Paradigm in Environmental Economics


Writes Ed Dolan, the 2014 F.A. Hayek Memorial Lecturer at the Austrian Economics Research Conference:

Today on my blog I posted the second in a two-part series on Austrian environmental economics and emissions trading, based in part on the Hayek lecture I gave at the Mises Institute conference in Auburn last month. I thought that some of the readers of your blogs might be interested in it. I am sure you and your readers will find parts of it controversial, and I would very much like to get a discussion going. Here are the links: Part 1  and Part 2

Prof. Dolan's AERC lecture is here:

The Austrian Paradigm in Environmental Economics | Edwin Dolan

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