Coordination Problem bloggers Steve, Pete, Chris and I will be lecturing this upcoming week at the Advanced Seminar in Austrian Economics at the Foundation for Economic Education. The highlight of the week for the participants will undoubtedly be the two lectures by Israel Kirzner on Tuesday. Roger Garrison, Mario Rizzo and Larry White round out the faculty for the seminar.
Mario Rizzo's Austrian Law and Economics, 2 volumes, has been published by Edward Elgar.
Mario Rizzo and Glen Whitman's Meet the New Boss will be published by Cambridge.
Chris Coyne and I are editing The Oxford Handbook in Austrian Economics.
Larry White's The Clash of Economic Ideas will be published next winter.
Peter Leeson's Anarchy Unbound will be published in the next year.
Chris Coyne's The Ability to Protect: The Limits of Humanitarian Action will be published next year.
Ed Stringham's Private Governance, and Ben Powell's No Sweat book manuscripts have been completed and are under review with major university presses.
And, my Economics for Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: On The Teaching, and Teachers, of Economics will be published by Universidad Francisco Marroquin Press. And I am working on another book that I hope to complete shortly with the modest title of The Political Economy of Peace, Prosperity and Progress.
So lots of new books to read and tons of articles --- David Skarbek just got his "Governance and Prison Gangs" accepted at the American Political Science Review --- so I'd say we are looking at a research program that is flourishing, rather than one that is struggling and retrogressive.