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Prof. Boettke,

Thanks for posting these series. Too often, people (even Austrians) talk like little has happened since South Royalton, or since MES. For a young economist, it leaves the impression that the field is not "progressive" as you call it. It is encouraging to see so much work that advances Austrian economics.

These lists also give me a few things to read over the summer. Thanks


That is about the best comment I could have hoped for coming from a young scholar such as yourself.


Very impressive posting.

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