Woah, it’s been a slow week here at NOL. I can’t speak for anybody else, but I’ve been busy. Michelangelo and Edwin have both recently had their work published by the Cato Institute, and that’s cool.
- Michelangelo’s piece is titled “Rails and Reauthorization: The Inequity of Federal Transit Funding” (pdf) and it’s co-authored with the infamous libertarian economist Randal O’Toole.
- Dr van de Haar has a piece up titled “The Meaning of ‘Liberalism’” and it’s an introductory essay to his new book Degrees of Freedom: Liberal Political Philosophy and Ideology. (You can also find Edwin’s more colloquial musings on his book here at NOL.)
- Dr Stocker has recently put together a (so far) six-part series of posts on Foucault and his ethics over at his personal blog. You can find Part 1 here.
- Matthew‘s thoughtful post on Zionism recently got a shout-out from RealClearReligion, and I’ve had a short piece on student activism (pdf) recently published in Reason Papers.
I wish, of course, that my fellow Notewriters would toot their own horns a little more often, especially on the blog, but rest assured loyal readers, we’re staying busy.
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The March 2015 (74, 2) American Journal of Economics and Sociology is a special issue on theories of economic crises, or business cycles. My article is “The Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle” pp. 278-297. Others are on the monetarist perspective, Marxian doctrine, Post Keynesian, the real-asset Georgist model, Neo-Polanyian, Kelsonian, and a “new framework.” There is also an editor’s introduction.
I wanted to stop in and let y’all know how much I’m enjoying your blog and to thank you for following me. I’ve gotten some followers myself that I have a hard time following back, but I can really get into the topics that are discussed on Notes on Liberty. I have some politically oriented posts myself that are part of an on-going piece I call Fixing a Nation, and I was wondering what they chances would be of me helping out when NOL is having a slow spell. Let me know what you think and thanks again for the follow and great content.
Thanks for the kind words, That Man!
You can always help out here by participating in the ‘comments’ threads. Your ‘Fixing a Nation’ segment sounds compelling, and I have to recommend Michelangelo’s recent piece “What is a Nation?” because of it.
I try to follow back everyone that follows us on wordpress, even if most of them are just spammers. It’s a fault of mine I fear I’ll never correct!