Economics is often used in literary studies, but rarely free market economics. Austrian economics, with its emphasis on subjective value (Menger), human action (Mises), spontaneous order and knowledge (Hayek), and entrepreneurship (Kirzner), seems a particularly fruitful source of ideas for literary studies.
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Free to Write
James Seaton's review of Paul Cantor and Stephen Cox's Literature and the Economics of Liberty (Ludwig Von Mises Institute, 2010) in the The Weekly Standard can now be read at LvMI.