00:00    |    
Initial credits
00:05    |    
Quotes The Invisible Hook: The Hidden Economics of Pirates, by Peter T. Leeson
03:25    |    
UFM: Center of Austrian Economic knowledge
04:16    |    
The work of Elinor Ostrom and Vincent Ostrom
Elinor Ostrom, Nobel Prize in Economics
07:40    |    
Key schools of thought in the political and social sciences
09:40    |    
History of political economy
Keynesian revolution and counter-revolution
11:37    |    
Challenges to the Keynesian model
Property rights
Public choice
Quotes Public Principles of Public Debt, by James M. Buchanan
13:19    |    
The founding fathers of public choice
William Harrison Riker
Vincent Ostrom
15:15    |    
Life of economists
17:48    |    
The future of public choice
19:27    |    
Political theory and policy analysis
Elinor Ostrom's decisions
24:33    |    
Process of social cooperation
Division of labor
Exchange and the institutions within which exchange takes place
Constitutional contract
32:15    |    
The pioneering work of Elinor Ostrom
Autistic mind
Social interactions
Quotes The Meaning of Democracy and the Vulnerability of Democracies, Vincent Ostrom
38:50    |    
Quotes Bruno Frey
39:25    |    
Interaction in formal and informal rules
Quotes Mind, Society, and Human Action, Richard E. Wagner
42:37    |    
The implications of teaching and researching the policy analysis
Cultivating the principles of economics
Cultivating self-governing citizens
Quotes Intelligence and Democratic Action, Frank Hyneman Knight
46:24    |    
Polycentric orders
48:30    |    
Alexis de Tocqueville's first proposition
Welfare dependency
51:56    |    
Social capital and civil society
52:33    |    
Alexis de Tocqueville in modern social science
Quotes Alexis de Tocqueville, the First Social Scientist, Jon Elster
Quotes Tocqueville's Political Economy, Richard Swedberg
53:37    |    
Vision of the free society
54:24    |    
Vision of democratic society
Corporate governance mechanisms
01:00:32    |    
Alexis de Tocqueville's second proposition
01:01:04    |    
The future of public choice scholarship
01:04:12    |    
Multiple methods methodology
Master one discipline and one method
01:09:02    |    
The richness of economics
01:10:02    |    
The evolution of economics
01:12:37    |    
Cultivating love for economics
01:14:24    |    
The greatest satire of economics
01:16:19    |    
Question and answer period
How does society react to prices?
Why do you think it is not popular for kids to think about economics?
01:33:52    |    
Final words
01:36:51    |    
Final credits




The Key Schools of Thought in the Political and Social Sciences

06 de junio de 2011   | Vistas: 44 |   Alexis de Tocqueville Analysis Austrian School Of Economics Education

Peter Boettke presents the key development schools of thought in the political and social sciences. He talks about the work of both Elinor and Vincent Ostrom, commenting on Elinor and her emphasis in the universal element of diversity, one which rules society and governance. Then, he explains the social cooperation process; stressing the division of labor, the importance of exchange and institutions, and the constitutional contracts. Finally, he comments on the implications of teaching policy analysis and explains Ostrom's multiple method methodology.

Peter Boettke is professor of economics at George Mason University, where he also serves as vice president for research, BB&T…


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