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JHET INTERVIEWS: KAREN VAUGHN

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 July 2021

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1 Editor’s note: The title of her dissertation is “An Examination of the Economic Theories of John Locke,” and the committee members included, in addition to her advisor, Joseph Spengler, Craufurd Goodwin and David Davies from the Economics Department, and Glenn Negley from Philosophy. The fifth examiner is not identifiable from his signature.

2 Editor’s note: Spadaro, Louis M., ed. 1978. New Directions in Austrian Economics. Menlo Park, CA: Institute for Humane Studies.

3 Editor’s note: The book was originally published in 1938 in Norway, and an English edition appeared in 1949. See Hanisch, Tore Jørgen, and Arild Sæther. 2003. “The Forgotten Dissertation: Trygve J. B. Hoff, Economic Calculation in the Socialist Society.History of Economic Ideas 11 (3): 43–73.

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