Austrian Economics for High School Students by Professor Joseph Salerno

Professor Joseph Salerno has provided a reading guide of introductory economics from the Austrian point of view appropriate for high school students. This is important, as those who are new to Austrian economics and who do not posses any background in economics can be easily intimidated by the main texts such as Human Action, Man, Economy, and State, etc. Indeed, such books are riddled with underlying assumptions that can escape readers unfamiliar with Austrian economics and lead to confusion. Salerno’s reading list would be a good place to start for anyone without an economics background.

Here is the list:

Henry Hazlitt’s classic Economics in One Lesson and David Gordon’s scintillating primer An Introduction to Economic Reasoning.

The rest of the list can be found here.

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