List of Current Books

List of Mark Skousen’s current and most recent book publications:

Title: A Viennese Waltz Down Wall Street: Austrian Economics for Investors
Publisher: Laissez Faire Books
Copyright: 2013
Format/Pages/Edition: Paperback, 256, First Edition
Alternate Formats: Kindle, eBook, Audiobook
ISBN: 978-1621290926
Short Description: The central message of the Austrian school of economics is that economics is about human beings, and that outlook has direct implications for financial markets and personal investing. “Viennese Waltz” takes big ideas in economic theory and illustrates them through real-world examples from financial experience. What is the use of subjective value theory, marginal utility, business cycle theory, and the rest? Skousen presents applications at every step, even while covering the history of ideas.

Title: Maxims of Wall Street: A Compilation of Financial Adages, Ancient Proverbs, and Worldly Wisdom
Publisher:  Eagle Publishing, Inc
Copyright: 2011
Format/Pages/Edition: Hardcover, 290 pages
Alternate Formats: None
ISBN: 978-1596982987
Short Description: For nearly 30 years, financial economist and investment writer Mark Skousen have been collecting all the old wise adages, proverbs, and legends on Wall Street, based on in-depth interviews with old timers, reading rare financial books, and his own experiences in the financial markets. “Maxims of Wall Street” is destined to be a classic reference that you will read with delight for years to come, and an ideal gift to investors, stockbrokers and money managers. “Maxims of Wall Street” is the closest thing to Wall Street scripture ever created, with over 800 adages, old timers’ stories, famous lines from famous investors and business leaders, and sage advice on beating the markets, and more.

Title: The Making of Modern Economics
Publisher: M. E. Sharpe, Inc.
Copyright: 2009
Format/Pages/Edition: Paperback, 494, Second Edition
Alternate Formats: Hardback, Audiobook, Kindle
ISBN: 978-0765622273
Short Description: Selected by CHOICE as an Outstanding Academic Book for 2009. Unlike other histories of economics, Mark Skousen’s book provides a running plot with a singular heroic figure, Adam Smith, at the center of the discipline. Skousen unites the great thinkers by ranking them for or against Adam Smith and his “system of natural liberty.” He shows how Karl Marx, Thorstein Veblen, John Maynard Keynes, and even laissez-faire disciples Robert Malthus and David Ricardo detracted from Smith’s classical model of democratic capitalism during periods of economic failure and upheaval, while Alfred Marshall, Irving Fisher, Ludwig von Mises, and Milton Friedman, among others, remodeled and improved upon Smithian economics as the world economy recovered and prospered.

Title: Economic Logic
Publisher: Capital Press
Copyright: 2014
Format/Pages/Edition: Paperback, 704, Fourth edition
Alternate Formats: Kindle
ISBN: 978-1596985452
Short Description:  This 4th edition of Economic Logic includes chapters on macroeconomic theory and government policy as well as microeconomics. Skousen’s textbook promises a revolutionary pedagogy in teaching economics, with a new micro model that starts with the profit-and-loss income statement and a new 4-stage macro model that integrates micro and macro.

Title: The Compleated Autobiography by Benjamin Frankin
Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc
Copyright: 2006
Format/Pages/Edition: Hardcover, 256 page
Alternate Formats: Kindle, Paperback, Audiobook
ISBN: 978-0895260338
Short Description: Readers and historians have long lamented that Franklin failed to complete his Autobiography. While a classic in literature and among the most widely read autobiographies in the world, he stopped writing it in 1757-years before the most exciting events of his life. Now, in honour of the 300th anniversary of Franklin’s birth, Skousen has finished the autobiography completely in Franklin’s own words.