Schools for Austrian Economics

<p>What are the best schools to learn Austrian Economics? I am aware of George Mason, NYU, and the other ones listed on this site. Does anybody know of any more?</p>

<p>Where</a> Are the Best Schools in Austrian Economics? : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education</p>

<p>there are schools that specialise in austrian economics? at the undergraduate level?</p>

<p>Not specialize according to this article and the one above [Thinking</a> of Grad School?](<a href=“]Thinking”>Thinking of Grad School? | Mises Wire)</p>

<p>They are more Austrian friendly. I’m wondering if anyone knows of anymore?</p>

<p>ummm wouldn’t it be better, if you are an undergrad, to get a solid foundation in the discipline, with emphasis on several economic paradigms, rather than locking yourself into one paradigm before you even have the requisite academic background (not to mention experience) to make an informed choice?</p>

<p>It woudl be almost impossible to do it any other way. At George Mason you don’t take austrian econ until your junior year I believe.</p>

<p>By junior year you typically only have taken 2 econ classes, micro and macro.</p>

<p>Look up thomas woods/tom woods on youtube. He’ll make a believer out of you as long as you don’t go into it with your mind already made up. He’s also started a charity where people can donate to a fund that will be donated as soon as paul krugeman debates him. Paul is yet to debate to help over a hundred grand go to charity, I beieve there is something to austrian econ whether it’s the end all be all, or not.</p>

<p>I don’t really get why you think I would be getting a undergraduate degree with an emphasis in Austrian Economics. It would probably something to focus on in grad school, and I would absolutely want to have lessons in all types of economic thought. I don’t recall saying I wanted to specialize in it at an undergrad level.</p>

<p>Thomas Woods just makes a strong argument to me, I find it fascinating and whether he is wrong or right I want to be able to include these schools of thought into my schooling.</p>