How does culture color economic action?' has become an important question within economics. Austrian economists are particularly poised to contribute to this discussion because of their belief that economics is a science driven by the values, social relations and the belief systems of human beings. This edited volume combines theoretical discussions and applied studies to illuminate culture's influence on economics and illustrate how economics as a social science can improve our understanding of human behavior.
Culture and Economic Action
New Thinking in Political Economy
Management & Computers