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Steven Horwitz (bibliographie)

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Cet article présente la liste des œuvres de Steven Horwitz, de façon aussi exhaustive que possible. Pour une présentation de l'auteur et de sa pensée, voir l'article dédié.

De 1986 à 1989

  • 1987, avec Michael Becker et Robert O’Quinn, “Interstate Banking: Toward a Competitive Financial System”, Issue Alert, n°18, Washington, D.C.: Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation, p9
  • 1989,
    • a. The Private Basis of Monetary order: An Evolutionary Approach to Money and The Market Process, Thèse de Doctorat, Université George Mason
    • b. Keynes's Special Theory, Critical Review, Vol 3, n°3-4

De 1990 à 1999

  • 1991, "The Political Economy of Inflation: Public and Private Choices", Durell Journal of Money and Banking, 3 (4), November

1994

  • a. « Subjectivism », In: Peter J. Boettke, dir., The Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics, Edward Elgar
  • e. “Inflation”, In: Peter J. Boettke, dir., The Edward Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar

1995

  • 1999,
    • a. Commentaire du livre de Nicolai J. Foss, The Austrian School and Modern Economics: Essays in Reassessment, Copenhagen: Handelshojskolens Forlag, The Review of Austrian Economics, Volume 11, Numbers 1-2 / janvier
    • b. Of Human Action But Not Human Design: Liberalism in the Tradition of the Scottish Enlightenment, Canton, NY: Saint Lawrence University

De 2000 à 2004

  • 2001,
    • a. From Smith to Menger to Hayek Liberalism in the Spontaneous-Order Tradition, The Independent Review, vol VI, n°1, Summer, pp81–97
      • Repris en 2004, In: John Cunningham Wood et Robert D. Wood, "Friedrich A. Hayek: Critical Assessments of Leading Economists", vol 4, London: Routledge, pp227-244
    • b. "Hayek: Good Money, Journal of the History of Economic Thought", Vol 23, n°1, pp99-104
      • Repris en 2004, In: John Cunningham Wood et Robert D. Wood, "Friedrich A. Hayek: Critical Assessments of Leading Economists", vol 4, London: Routledge, pp220-226

De 2005 à 2009

  • 2007,
    • a. Is the Family a Spontaneous Order?”, unpublished ms., St. Lawrence University
    • b. Are Our Graduates College-Writing Ready? What High Schools Could Do to Help, Education Week, 27 (2), September 5, p. 27.
    • c. avec Hillory Oakes, A Writing Program that Works: St. Lawrence's Faculty-Driven First-Year Program, Pope Center for Higher Education Policy Clarion Call, August 29
    • d. avec Peter Lewin, “Heterogeneous Human Capital, Uncertainty, and the Structure of Plans: A Market Process Approach to Marriage and Divorce”, Review of Austrian Economics
    • e. “Capitalism and the Family,” The Freeman, July-August 2007, 57 (6). (PDF)
    • f. “Leftists for Hayek: What Happens When a Socialist Applies the Insights of Austrian Economics?” (commentaire du livre de Ted Burczak, Socialism After Hayek), Reason Magazine, July, 39 (3), pp65-69
    • g. commentaire du livre de Bruce Caldwell, dir., "F. A. Hayek, The Road to Serfdom: Text and Documents, The Definitive Edition (part of the Collected Works of F. A. Hayek), Economic History Services website (EH.net), http://eh.net/bookreviews/library/1226, Juin
    • h. "Catallaxy, Competition, and Twenty-First-Century Capitalism: An Agenda for Economics", In: R. Garnett et J. Harvey, dir., Future Directions in Heterodox Economics, University of Michigan Press, pp225-239
    • i. commentaire du livre de Jurgen Backhaus, dir., "Entrepreneurship, Money, and Coordination: Hayek's Theory of Cultural Evolution", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 29, n°3, pp379-381

2009

  • a. "Ought Implies Can", The Freeman, April, Vol 59, n°3 (L'auteur affirme que des déclarations éthiques sans les sciences économiques conduisent à des politiques publiques désastreuses.)
    • Traduction en espagnol en 2009 par Leandro Kanemann, "Deber implica Poder", Revista Digital Orden Espontáneo, n°9, décembre, pp8-11

De 2010 à 2014

2011

  • a. "War Would End the Recession?", The Freeman, January/February, Vol 61, n°1
  • c. "Is a Nation Something That Can Be Built?", The Freeman, June, Vol 61, n°5
  • d. avec Jack Knych, "The Importance of Failure", The Freeman, November
  • e. "Austrian Economists and Liberal Arts Colleges as a Complementary Capital Combination", Journal of Economics and Finance Education, Vol 10, n°2, pp31-40
  • h. "Do We Need a Distinct Monetary Constitution?", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 80(2), pp331–338

2012

  • a. avec Roger Koppl et Laurent Dobuzinskis, dir., "Advances in Austrian Economics", Vol 17, - Experts and Epistemic Monopolies, Emerald Group Publishing Limited
  • b. "Expertise and the Conduct of Monetary Policy", In: Roger Koppl, Steven Horwitz, Laurent Dobuzinskis, dir., "Advances in Austrian Economics", Vol 17, - Experts and Epistemic Monopolies, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Ch 5, pp61-80
  • c. "Causes and Cures of the Great Recession", Economic Affairs, 32(3), pp65-69

2014

Depuis 2015

  • 2016,
    • a. dir., "Studies in Austrian Macroeconomics" (Advances in Austrian Economics, Volume 20) Emerald Group Publishing Limited
    • b. "Introduction: Money, Cycles, and Crises in the United States and Canada", In: Steven Horwitz, dir., "Studies in Austrian Macroeconomics" (Advances in Austrian Economics, Volume 20), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp1-12
    • c. "Hayek on the Neutrality of Money", In: Steven Horwitz, dir., "Studies in Austrian Macroeconomics" (Advances in Austrian Economics, Volume 20), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp61-78
  • 2019, "Ludwig Lachmann as a Theorist of Entrepreneurship", Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric, Vol 57, n°1, pp19-40