By popular demand, here are two things that are extremely geeky:
(A) My doctoral dissertation.
(B) A long paper I wrote for a recent Liberty Fund conference on Austrian business cycle theory.
I realize how obnoxious this sounds, but it’s just possible that I mapped out enough work to occupy the careers of three productive Austrians in the second paper. So some of you should glance over it to see if I’m nuts or onto something.
(Oh, be careful: I think footnote 4 in the 2nd paper is a little bit off. I noted a discrepancy between Sraffa’s discussion and a standard result in financial economics, but I think my suggested resolution is wrong. We discussed this issue on Free Advice back when I was writing the paper, and I haven’t fixed the footnote yet.)