No Due Date is our subscription economics book club. Curated by Peter Boettke, you’ll spend each month reading with him exploring the best in economics and the social sciences. While Pete has some classics in store for you, you can also expect several contemporary titles.


Subscribe to the 2023 Club today! 
Your subscription ($35/month*) will bring you monthly selections and your invitation to exclusive subscriber opportunities. Each month, Pete hosts an online salon available only to subscribers. Throughout the month, you’ll be able to engage in conversation online with Pete and fellow subscribers as well. At the beginning of each month, you’ll receive a new book,* a note from Pete, suggestions for pacing, and some questions to get you thinking.

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What might you expect? Here are some of the books we read together in 2022:

The Logical Foundations of Constitutional Liberty, by James M. Buchanan

In addition to our Subscriber Salon with Pete, we also had a special online coffee chat with Mike Munger to discuss Buchanan’s legacy.

Minds Wide Shut, by Gary Saul Morson and Morton Schapiro

Leave Me Alone and I’ll Make You Rich, by Deirdre McCloskey and Art Carden

Free to Choose, by Milton and Rose Friedman

Steven Landsburg, a student of Friedman,  joined us for a coffee chat, talking about his relationship with Friedman, his new projects, and answering subscribers’ questions.

Are Economists Basically Immoral? by Paul Heyne

Cogs and Monsters, by Diane Coyle

In addition to our Subscriber Salon, Coyle joined us for a coffee chat to discuss her book and answer questions.

Economic Sophisms and “What Is Seen and What Is Not Seen”, by Frederic Bastiat

Red Plenty, by Francis Spufford

 

* Subscribers are billed $35 each month, which includes shipping. Books ship the third week of each month.