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Thanks Pete for the shout-out. As I mentioned in a separate listserv post, the academic field of entrepreneurship is very friendly to Austrian economics, and figures like Mises, Hayek, and Kirzner, as well as Knight and Schumpeter, are considered seminal thinkers. (The article at http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11138-014-0256-x and the lecture at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxfNhMWTKnE provide some details.) Baylor’s entrepreneurship faculty are largely pro-market and supportive of Austrian themes and concepts. Baylor itself has a very strong reputation in entrepreneurship (the school ranks #4 in the 2016 Princeton Review list of undergraduate entrepreneurship programs) which should help students with academic placements. On the whole, this program should provide an excellent option for students interested in doctoral work in Austrian economics in preparation for an academic career.

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