My original area of specialization was in monetary theory and later (at the
university of Chicago) in labor economics where I was fortunate to have been able to
study with Gary Becker. Though trained at Chicago, I retained an interest in the
economics of the Austrian School, having been introduced to it by my teacher as an
undergraduate, Ludwig M. Lachmann. In recent years most of my research has been on issues
connected to Austrian Economics. More specifically, the theory of capital and the theory
of the firm. Other research interests are in household economics and ethics and
economics. (Home page:http://www.utdallas.edu/~plewin/) 

Capital Theory and the Theory of the Firm

Link

Hayek and Lachmann and the Complexity of Capital, The Elgar Companion to Hayek (2013)
 

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The Capital-Based View of the Firm, Review of Austrian Economics (2011)
 

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The Capital Idea and the Scope of Economics, Review of Austrian Economics (2005)
 

Entrepreneurship

Economics and Ethics

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Facts, Values and The Burden of Proof., The Independent Review (2007)
 

Macro-Money Policy

Link

The Subprime Crisis (with Adrian Ravier), Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics (2012)
 

Methodology