In a recent post, Scott Burns discusses a paper I am working on with Roger Koppl (Syracuse University). The tentative title of our paper is “Is Macroeconomics Taking an Austrian Turn?”
The transformation (macroeconomics turning to Austrian ideas), Burns argues, “is by no means revolutionary, and it is far from complete.” Most certainly. But our paper is not about an outcome that already happened. Rather, it is about an opportunity still open for scholars interested in Austrian ideas. After all, our paper comes in the form of an open question, not a settled statement.