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Tyler Cowen (bibliographie)

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

De 1980 à 1989

  • 1980, “Supply-Side Economics: Another View", Policy Report, August, pp57
  • 1981, “A Walk on the Supply-Side”, Libertarian Review, August, pp44-47
  • 1985,
    • a. avec Richard Fink, Inconsistent equilibrium constructs: The evenly rotating economy of Mises and Rothbard. American Economic Review vol 75, n°4, pp866–869
    • b. The Marshall Plan: Myths and Realities, in U.S. Aid to the Developing World, Doug Bandow, Dir., Washington: Heritage Foundation, pp61-74
  • 1987, avec R. Krozner, “The Development of the New Monetary Economics,” Journal of Political Economy 95 (3) 1987: 567-590
  • 1988,
    • a. Dir., The Theory of Market Failure: A Critical Examination, George Mason University Press, Fairfax, Virginia
    • b. Public Goods and Externalities: Old and New Perspectives, In: The Theory of Market Failure: A Critical Examination, Tyler Cowen, Dir., Fairfax, Virginia: George Mason University Press, pp1-26
  • 1989,
    • a. "Why Keynesianism Triumphed Or, Could So Many Keynesians Have Been Wrong?", Critical Review, Vol 3, n°3&4, Summer/Fall, pp518-530
    • b. avec Randall Kroszner, "Scottish Banking before 1845: A Model for Laissez-Faire?", Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 21 (2), pp221–231

De 1990 à 1994

  • 1991,
    • a. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand: Institutional Structure and Policy Choices, New Zealand Business Roundtable
    • b. What a Non-Paretian Welfare Economics Would Have to Look Like, In: Economics and Hermeneutics, Don Lavoie, Dir., London: Routledge, pp285-298
    • c. Self-Constraint and Self-Liberation, 101, Ethics, pp360-373
    • d. Can Keynesianism Explain the 1930s? Rejoinder to Smiley, Critical Review, Vol 5, n°1, Winter, pp115-120
  • 1992,
    • a. avec Penelope Brook Cowen et Alexander Tabarrok, "An Analysis of Proposals for Constitutional Change in New Zealand", New Zealand Business Roundtable
    • b. "Law as a Public Good", Economics and Philosophy, vol 8, n°2, October, pp249-267
      • repris en 2006, In: Edward P. Stringham, Dir., Anarchy and the Law. The Political Economy of Choice, Ch 15, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
    • c. avec Derek Parfit, "Against the Social Discount Rate", In: "Justice Across the Generations: Philosophy, Politics, and Society", 6ème série, Peter Laslett et James Fishkin, Dir., Yale University Press, pp144-161
    • d. "Consequentialism Implies a Zero Intergenerational Rate of Discount", In: "Justice Across the Generations: Philosophy, Politics, and Society", sixth series, edited by Peter Laslett and James Fishkin, Yale University Press, pp162-168
    • e. avec Alexander Tabarrok, dir., "The Public Choice Theory of John C. Calhoun", Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, n°148, Dec.
    • f. dir., "Public Goods and Market Failures: A Critical Examination", New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction


  • a. "Austrian welfare economics", In: "The elgar companion to Austrian economics", Peter Boettke, Dir., Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing Company, pp304-308
  • b. "Rejoinder to David Friedman on the Economics of Anarchy", Economics and Philosophy, Vol 10, n°2, October
    • repris en 2006, In: Edward P. Stringham, dir., "Anarchy and the Law. The Political Economy of Choice", Ch 17, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
  • c. avec Randall Kroszner, "The New Monetary Economics", In: "Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics", Peter Boettke, dir, Edward Elgar Press, pp593-598
  • d. avec Randall Kroszner, "Scottish Free Banking," In: "The New Palgrave of Money and Finance", Peter Newman, dir.
  • e. "Comment on Kotlikoffs Justice and Generational Accounting", In: "Justice Across the Generations: What Does it Mean?", Lee M. Cohen, dir., Washington, D.C.: Public Policy Institute, American Association of Retired People, pp.107-108
  • f. "Comment on Daniels and McKerlie", In: "Justice Across the Generations: What Does it Mean?", Lee M. Cohen, dir., Washington, D.C.: Public Policy Institute, American Association of Retired People, pp.227-235
  • h. avec A. Glazer, H. McMillan, "Rent Seeking Promotes the Provision of Public Goods", Economics and Politics, 6(2), pp131—146

De 1995 à 1999

De 2000 à 2009

  • 2001, "The Economics of the Critic," in Conflict of Interest in the Professions, edited by Andrew Stark and Michael Davis, Oxford University Press, pp.237-248
  • 2002,
    • a. "Creative Destruction: How Globalization is Changing the World's Cultures", Princeton University Press
    • b. New Theories of Market Failure, edited with Eric Crampton, Edward Elgar Press
    • c. avec Penelope Brook, "Deregulated Private Water Supply: A Policy Option for Developing Countries." In Reinventing Water and Wastewater Systems: Global Lessons for Improving Water Management, edited by Paul Seidenstat, David Haarmeyer, and Simon Hakim. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 361-382
    • d. Does the Welfare State Help the Poor?, In: Should Differences in Income and Wealth Matter?, Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller Jr. et Paul Jeffrey, dir., New York: Cambridge University Press, 36-54
    • e. Is Our Culture in Decline?, In Toward Liberty: the Idea that is Changing the World, edited by David Boaz. Cato Institute, pp.433-441
    • f. avec Eric Crampton, Dir., Market Failure of Success: The New Debate. Cheltenham, UK: Elgar for The Independent Institute
  • 2004,
    • a. How the United States Supports the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts
    • b. Commerce, Culture, and Diversity: Some Friedmanesque Themes in the Arts, In: Mark A. Wynne, dir., The Legacy of Milton and Rose Friedman’s Free to Choose, Dallas: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, pp123-136
    • c. How Do Economists Think About Rationality?, In: Michael Byron, dir., Satisficing and Maximizing, Oxford University Press, pp213-236
    • d. A road map to the Middle East peace?-A Public Choice perspective, Public Choice, Vol. 118, pp1-10
    • e. "The New World of Blogs. Blogs Provide a Universe of Experts on Every Imaginable Topic", The Freeman, Mars, Vol 54, n°3
  • 2005,
    • a. Resolving the Repugnant Conclusion, In: The Repugnant Conclusion: Essays on Population Ethics, edited by J. Ryberg and T. Tannsjo. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 81-98
    • b. avec Daniel Sutter, Conflict, Cooperation and Competition in Anarchy, The Review of Austrian Economics, vol.18, no.1, 109-116
      • Repris en 2006, In: Edward P. Stringham, Dir., Anarchy and the Law. The Political Economy of Choice, Ch 19, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
    • c. avec Christopher Coyne, Postwar Reconstruction: Some Insights from Public Choice and Institutional Economics, March, Constitutional Political Economy, March, Vol 16, n°1, pp31-48
    • d. Self-Deception as the Root of Political Failure, Public Choice, September, 124, 3-4, 437-451
    • e. "Markets and Culture Voices: Liberty vs. Power in the Lives of the Mexican Amate Painters", Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press
  • 2006,
    • a. Good & Plenty: The Creative Successes of American Arts Funding, Princeton University Press
    • b. How Far Back Should We Go?, In: Jon Elster, dir., Retribution and Restitution in the Transition to Democracy since 1945, Cambridge University Press, pp17-32
    • c. Market Failure for the Treatment of Animals, Society, January/February, Vol 43, n°2, pp39-44
  • 2007,
    • a. The Epistemic Problem Does Not Refute Consequentialism, Utilitas
    • b. avec Amihai Glazer, “Esteem and Ignorance,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
    • c. The Paradox of Libertarianism, Cato Unbound (March 11)
    • d. "Discover Your Inner Economist: Use Incentives to Fall in Love, Survive Your Next Meeting, and Motivate Your Dentist", New York, NY: Dutton Adult

De 2010 à 2019

  • 2011,
    • a. avec Alexander Tabarrok, "Modern Principles of Economics", New York: Worth Publishers (seconde édition)
    • b. "The Great Stagnation: How America Ate All the Low-Hanging Fruit of Modern History, Got Sick, and Will (Eventually) Feel Better", NY: Dutton Adult