Robert Leeson has been a prolific contributor to the Schools of Economic Thought literature for a quarter of a century. He is ranked joint 17th with Paul Samuelson, based on the number of published journal articles included in the ECONLIT database of the American Economic Association. His articles have appeared in the Economic Journal, Economica, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, History of Political Economy and elsewhere. He is also a prolific op-ed columnist and economic commentator for a variety of newspapers, including the San Francisco Chronicle and the Australian Financial Review. In a 2005 column in the San Francisco Chronicle he predicted the global financial crisis.
1. Introduction.- 2. 2. Hayek's 'more effective form'.- 3. Post-Habsburg Führercults
: Hayek, Hitler, Mises, Mayer and Spann.- 4. Hayek's 'framework of traditional and moral rules'.- 5. Universities and pseudo-academic Institutes: corruption, deflation, and opportunity.- 6. Honor.- 7. Austrian Business Cycle Theory and Hayek Triangles.- 8. 1-3: Austria, 1899-1931.- 9. America, Freudians, and the quest for producer sovereignty.-
10. Austrians and the Holocaust.- 11. London, Cambridge and Gibraltar, 1931-1949.
12. Chicago, 1950-1962.- 13. Europe, 1962-1992.- 14. The Nobel Prize Community, 1901.