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A publication by Economists for Peace and Security
Vol 6, No 1 - On collective punishment, California water, and the Austrian School
Articles by Keisuke Nakao and Sun-Ki Chai on criminal conflict and collective punishment; David Zetland on intra-organizational conflict: origin, persistence, cost, and closure (parts I and II); and Christopher Westley, William L. Anderson, and Scott A. Kjar on Mises, Hayek, war, and the Austrian School (part II of a series on war and the Austrian School).
|Criminal conflict as collective punishment||NAKAO, Keisuke and Sun-Ki CHAI|
|Intra-organizational conflict: Origin and cost||ZETLAND, David|
|How markets can end persistent intra-organizational conflict||ZETLAND, David|
|War and the Austrian School: Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich von Hayek||WESTLEY, Christopher, ANDERSON, WIlliam L, and Scott A. KJAR|
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