References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 111 references in this bibliography folder.

Butler, E (2007).
Adam Smith – A Primer
The Institute of Economic Affairs, London.

Hillinger, C (2007).
Measuring Real Value and Inflation
Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich - Faculty of Economics, Working Paper.

Grünewald, S (2006).
Deutschland auf der Couch
Heyne Verlag.

Callahan, G (2005).
Scientism Standing in the Way of Science: An Historical Precedent to Austrian Economics
Ludwig von Mises Institute, Austrian School.

Hillinger, C (2005).
The Case for Utilitarian Voting
Home Oeconomicus, 22(3):295-321.

Hillinger, C (2005).
Evidence and Ideology in Macroeconomics: The Case of Investment Cycles
Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich - Faculty of Economics, Working Paper.

Layard, R (2005).
Happiness: Lessons from a New Science
Penguin Books, London.

Sorensen, P and Whitta-Jacobsen, H (2005).
Introducing Advanced Macroeconomics: Growth and Business Cycles
McGraw-Hill.

Johnson, C (2004).
The Sorrows of Empire: Militarism, Secrecy, and the End of the Republic
Metropolitan Books, New York.

Amadae, S (2003).
Rationalizing Capitalist Democracy: The Cold War Origins of Rational Choice Liberalism
The University of Chicago Press.

Hillinger, C (2003).
The Money Metric, Price and Quantity Aggregation and Welfare Measurement
Contributions to Macroeconomics, 3(1):1-34.

Hillinger, C (2003).
Output, Income and Welfare of Nations: Concepts and Measurement
Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 28(4):219-237.

Mueller, DC (2003).
Public Choice III
Cambridge University Press.

Fisher, S, Sahay, R, and Végh, C (2002).
Modern Hyper-and High Inflations
Journal of Economic Literature, XL:837-880.

Frey, B and Stutzer, A (2002).
Happiness and Economics
Princeton University Press.

Heckman, J (2001).
Econometrics and Empirical Economics
Journal of Econometrics, 100:3-5.

Hillinger, C (2001).
Money Metric, Consumer Surplus and Welfare Measurement
German Economic Review, 2(2):177-193.

Zellner, A (2001).
Keep it Sophisticatedly Simple
In: Simplicity, Inference and Modelling: Keeping it Sophisticatedly Simple, ed. by Zellner, Arnold, Keuzenkamp, Hugo A. and McAleer, Michael, Cambridge University Press.

Fuller, S (2000).
Thomas Kuhn: A Philosophical History for Our Times
University of Chicago Press.

Leeson, R (2000).
The Eclipse of Keynesianism
Palgrave, New York.

Olson, M (2000).
Power and Prosperity: Outgrowing Communist and Capitalist Dictatorships
Basic Books, New York.

Reiter, M and Woitek, U (1999).
Are there Classical Business Cycles?
Department of Economics and Business, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Working Paper.

Backhouse, R (1997).
Truth and Progress in Economic Knowledge
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Barnett, WA and Hillinger, C (1996).
Dynamic Disequilibrium Modeling
Cambridge University Press, New York.

Readings, B (1996).
The University in Ruins
Harvard University Press, Cambridge.