An Economics Reading List

Barry, Norman, “The Tradition of Spontaneous Order” (Literature of Liberty, 1982)

Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen von, The Positive Theory of Capital

Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen von, Capital and Interest.

Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen von, Karl Marx and the Close of His System

Boettke, Peter, The Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics

Fetter, Frank A., Capital, Interest, and Rent: Essays in the Theory of Distribution

Garrison, Roger, Time and Money

Lavoie, Don, Rivalry and Central Planning

Machovec, Frank, Perfect Competition and the Transformation of Economics

Menger, Carl, Principles of Economics

Mises, Ludwig, Human Action

Mises, ,Ludwig, Liberalism: The Classical Tradition

See also Alberto Mingardi’s Liberty Classic on this title.

Mises, Ludwig, Socialism

See also Steven Horwitz’s Liberty Classic on this title.

Mises, Ludwig, Theory of Money and Credit

Hayek, Friedrich, Individualism and Economic Order

Hayek, Friedrich, Prices and Production

Hayek, Friedrich, Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle

Hayek, Friedrich, Studies in Philosophy, Politics and Economics

Kirzner, Israel, Austrian Subjectivism and the Emergence of Entrepreneurship Theory

Kirzner, Israel, Competition and Entrepreneurship

See also Steven Horwitz’s Liberty Classic on this title.

Kirzner, Israel, Competition, Economic Planning, and the Knowledge Problem

See also Arnold Kling’s Liberty Classic on this title.

Kirzner, Israel, The Economic Point of View

See also Adam Martin’s Liberty Classic on this title.

Kirzner, Israel, The Meaning of the Market Process

Lachmann, Ludwig, Capital and Its Structure

Lachmann, Ludwig, Capital, Expectations, and the Market Process

O’Driscoll, Gerald, Mario Rizzo and Roger Garrison, (eds.), The Economics of Time and Ignorance (Foundations of the Market Economy)

Rothbard, Murray, Man, Economy and the State: A Treatise on Economic Principles

White, Lawrence H., Competition and Currency

See also The Austrian School of Economics Collection at the Online Library of Liberty.

Steven Horwitz, The Five Best Introductory Books in Austrian Economics  and The Five (okay, ten) Essential Books in Austrian Economics at EconLog

Caleb Fuller, 150 Years of the Austrian School of Economics