Since this is my page I must add links to my own papers. None of them are what would generally be considered “economic” in nature or content. Nevertheless they may shed some light on something obscurely related to economics.
But the great number [of the Athenian Assembly] cried out that it was monstrous if the people were to be prevented from doing whatever they wished… Then the Prytanes, stricken with fear, agreed to put the question–all of them except Socrates, the son of Sophroniscus; and he said that in no case would he act except in accordance with the law
Xenophon, Helenica, I, vii, 12-16; as quoted in F. A. Hayek, “Law, Legislation and Liberty, Volume 3: The Political Order of a Free People”
One might as well attempt to grasp the game of poker entirely by the use of the nathamatics of probability
Vannevar Bush, As we may think
- Independent Study, Spring 1995, Prof. Peter J. Boettke:
- Foundations of Capitalism, Fall 1995, Prof. Israel Kirzner:
And here are some other useful sites for Economists on the web.
- Economics departments on the Web, from the University of Victoria, Canada.
- Economic resources from the University of Michigan (Maintained by Hal Varian)
- Books on-line, from Virginia Tech has a number of books of interest to Economists, including work by Adam Smith, John Locke, Frederic Bastiat and Aristotle.
- Everything you ever wanted to know about Newt Gingrich
- Newsgroup sci.econ