I will be teaching my graduate course in the Austrian Theory of the Market Process II again this spring. GMU is the only school at the PhD level in the US that actually allows students to "field" in Austrian economics. We have two courses in the field, but also there are courses offered in "Economic Philosophy", "Constitutional Political Economy", etc. So students after their first year of PhD studies can specialize in Austrian economics and classical liberal political economy. This is a great opportunity for students whose intellectual passions run in this direction. And it explains why GMU graduates for the past 20+ years have gone on to make the contributions they have in academics, think tanks and public policy.
Anyway, here is the syllbus -- Download Austrian_Theory_of_the_Market_Process_Spring_2007.doc .
What do you think are my sins of omission and sins of comission?