The Author’s Library

Here’s a list of books in my personal collection, many I’ve read and some I haven’t (yet).

Bastiat, Frederic – The Bastiat Collection

Bernstein, William – A Splendid Exchange: How Trade Shaped the World

Blackburn, Simon – Think

Burda, Michael and Wyplosz, C – Macroeconomics

Friedman, Milton – Capitalism and Freedom

Halbach, Volker – The Logic Manual

Harvey, David – The Enigma of Capital

Hayek, Friedrich – Individualism and Economic Order

Hayek, Friedrich – The Constitution of Liberty

Hayek, Friedrich – The Road to Serfdom

Hoppe, Hans-Hermann – Democracy: The God That Failed

Hutton, William – The State We’re In

Jacques, Ian – Mathematics for Economics and Business

Kirzner, Israel M – The Economic Point of View

Klein, Naomi – The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism

Lipsey, Richard and Chrystal, A – Economics

Machiavelli, Niccolò – The Prince

Mankiw, Gregory – Macroeconomics

Marx, Karl – Capital (Vols I – III)

Mark, Karl and Engels, F. – The Communist Manifesto

Mill, John Stuart – On Liberty and other essays

Minsky, Hyman – John Maynard Keynes

Mises, Ludwig von – Human Action

Mises, Ludwig von – Omnipotent Government

Paul, Ron – The Case for Gold

Plato – The Republic

Rawls, John – A Theory of Justice

Reinhart, Carmen and Rogoff, K – This Time is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly

Rothbard, Murray N. – America’s Great Depression

Rothbard, Murray N. – Man, Economy and State

Rothbard, Murray N. – The Ethics of Liberty

Russel, Bertrand – A History of Western Philosophy

Shumpeter, Joseph – Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy

Skidelsky, Robert – Keynes: The Return of the Master

Varian, Hal – Intermediate Microeconomics

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