Economics for Real People
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|Economics for Real People: An Introduction to the Austrian School|
Cover of 2nd edition
|Publisher||Ludwig von Mises Institute|
Economics for Real People: An Introduction to the Austrian School is a book by American economist Gene Callahan. The text was commissioned by Lew Rockwell and the Mises Institute and is considered an important beginner's guide to Austrian economics. The book covers the science of human action, the market process, interference with the market, and social justice.
- Economics in One Lesson
- Lessons for the Young Economist
- How an Economy Grows and Why it Crashes
- Basic Economics
- Resources page at Mises.org (including full text)
- Chapter 1 excerpt "What is Economics? Why Study It?"
- Chapter 13 excerpt "Times Are Hard"
- Hungarian translation
- Articles, essays and reviews
- Mises Review: Economics for Real People by David Gordon, Fall 2002
- Cobden Centre review: "Economics for Real People" by Andy Duncan, April 2010
- "Economics for Real National Review Readers" by Gene Callahan, July 2003
- "Economics for Real People", July 2004
- "The Real Problem With Non-Austrian Economics" by Stefan Karlsson, April 2008
- "What Is A Priori Science, and Why Does Economics Qualify As One?" by Gene Callahan, February 2006
- Other media
- Financial Economics for Real People lecture by Gene Callahan, March 2004