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Basic Economics - Thomas Sowell Audible Audio Edition
Monetary economics: a reading list
Lars Christensen recently sent an e-mail asking for suggestions of five books that recipients would recommend to students of monetary economics. I assume that he will be posting the results on his blog, The Market Monetarist. His e-mail prompted me to retrieve the following more detailed survey that I wrote several years ago for my personal Web site, which is currently dark but will be posted again in a new location in a few months. Note that almost all books published in or before are now available for free someplace on the Internet, and that the Mises Institute has done good work in securing permission to post some newer works for free of the Austrian School and those who have influenced the Austrians. I have made a few updates for this post but have not updated all the links or inserted many new links. In the comments, I welcome suggestions for very important books in monetary economics, in the top out of the many thousands that have been published on the subject. The readings here will provide a solid grounding for those interested in monetary theory and history.
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