Title: An Austro-Libertarian Critique of Public Choice
Author: Walter E Block
Year of Publication: 2017
Edition: Original Edition
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
ISBN-10: 1610166809
ISBN-13: 978-1610166805

"Dilorenzo and Block have rendered an invaluable service to scholars and students interested in Public Choice, Austrian Economics and Liberalism. Their critical analysis of Public Choice from the Austrian perspective is timely and relevant to clarify important misconceptions about both schools of thought that although in some aspects are complementary in many others offer a significantly different and even opposite approach. This is a most welcome book that was very necessary and fills an important vacuum in the literature." — Jesús Huerta de Soto "I congratulate DiLorenzo and Block for writing this important and courageous book chastising Public Choice. Austro-Libertarianism and Public Choice are to some degree complements; both veer in the direction of support for private property, fee enterprise and capitalism, and against government involvement in the economy. But they are also substitutes, in that the former is a consistent underpinning of the free marketplace, where the latter is not." — Han-Hermann Hoppe
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