Written December 30, 2009: [Favorite] Books — tie between Chris Coyne’s After War, and Peter Leeson’s The Invisible Hook, with honorable mention going to Bill Easterly (both The Elusive Quest, and The White Man’s Burden) and Deirdre McCloskey, The Bourgeois Virtues. Peter Boettke View entire entry
Peter Boettke references Deirdre in Emily Chamlee Wright’s The Cultural and Political Economy of Recovery (Routledge, 2010).September 7th, 2010
Read full article (27 August 2010) Excerpt from Boettke: As Deirdre McCloskey points out about the work, Emily shows that economy is not a machine, and that social order is embedded in culture and civil society. To do this, McCloskey says, and to do this well, you need an “empirical yet Austrian economics” and Emily’s (more…)
Peter Boettke: “Deirdre McCloskey’s perhaps more than another other contemporary scholar is really trying hard to set the record straight.”January 27th, 2012
Access complete article: “The Liberalism of Classical Liberalism” by PETER BOETTKE on JANUARY 26, 2012.
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