Aims and Scope
The Journal of Prices & Markets, published by the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada, is a journal that seeks to improve the understanding of the role of markets in the economy. Submissions should seek to shed light on contemporary issues while being grounded in a praxeological reasoning. Prices & Markets welcomes submissions from a variety of fields such as politics, sociology, and psychology, where ever they can bring relevance to economic and financial questions.
Prices & Markets is a journal for those interested in how the application of economic principles can enlighten practical affairs. It stimulates debate on economic and social problems by disseminating complex issues in a widely accessible format. It takes as its starting point the good economics does not have to be complex economics.
The Journal welcomes submissions from a variety of fields such as politics, sociology, and psychology, wherever they can bring relevance to economic and financial questions.
Papers and panels cover a wide range of fields that impact on the Austrian paradigm, including: monetary theory; international trade; money and banking; methodology; history of thought; economic history; business cycles; geography; interventionism; literature; political philosophy; philosophy of science; society, culture, and religion; business regulation; environmental political economy; and history and theory of war.
In addition to submitted articles, each issue of The Journal of Prices & Markets includes the following regular columns:
Unintended Consequences: Dr. David Howden gives a look at the changing regulatory landscape and some of the unforeseen side effects to be expected.
The More Things Change…: Mr. Redmond Weissenberger brings some historical perspective on current affairs.
Bounded Rationality: Dr. Ben O´Neill gives an outsider´s perspective on current affairs from across the Pacific in Australia.
The Journal of Prices & Markets is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. This license allows authors to share their knowledge and creativity to the widest breadth of readership. It allows others to share and use your work, provided that proper attribution is provided. Authors are free to post published articles to their personal or organization’s website, as well as distribute to their colleagues or other interested parties.