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Read this post while Peter Klein was giving his MisesU talk on firms, production, and entrepreneurship. I had my high school econ class spend one week on Israel Kirzner's ideas on the same... now my mind is spinning with more ideas for a high school curriculum to pair with my elementary-grade curriculum Cost Benefit Jr. (www.cbjr.org) Definitely worth striving for.

Pete, thanks very much for the shout-out. I couldn't agree more with your diagnosis and recommendations. Also, as a purely tactical matter, the top-ranked departments, journals, societies, and conferences in entrepreneurship, organization theory, and strategic management are quite open to Austrian ideas. This is fertile ground for advances in Austrian scholarship.

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