I am a retired corporate executive holding an MBA from a top tiered university. I have been a fan of Austrian economics for 25 years. I have several books written both by Drs Mises and Rothbard. The purpose of this email is to ascertain if you could recommend all of the Austrian books that I could purchase that would equal to a graduate degree in Austrian economics if I was to study at a university like Auburn or George Mason. I have no interest in going back to school, I just want to achieve a goal of mine to study at a graduate level in a lock-step method and teach myself through your books. I presently have Human Action and Man, State & Economy… which I purchased from your book store. Is this possible to obtain this information for my inclusion and study? I feel that there is so much more to learn and I would like the knowledge base of a PHD in Economics or closely related. Again, this is strictly a goal and not a necessity for further advancement in my former vocation. Thank you very much for your consideration.
Wow. Those two books, alone, almost comprise an entire grad education in Austrian economics. But not quite.
I would add the following authors:
Menger, Bohm Bawerk, Hayek, Kirzner. Plus, many other publications by Mises and Rothbard.
However, reading alone will not suffice. You also need to interact with other students, scholars, profs, etc. So, I recommend all of the Mises institute daily publications (e.g. LewRockwell.com) and gatherings: mises circles, all over the place, plus the Mises U and the Rothbard Grad seminar, which take place in Auburn, AL.
If I can be of any further help to you …
Here are some books best categorized as intro to Austrianism:
Ballve, 1963; Bien-Greaves, 2012; Butler, 2010; Callahan, 2002; Cox, 2007; Gordon, 2000; Dolan, 1976; Hazlitt, 1946; Murphy, 2010A, 2010B; Ritenour, 2010; Rockwell, 1995; Shapiro, 1985; Schiff and Schiff, 2010; Taylor, 2008; Woods, 2009, 2011
Ballve, Faustino.  1963. Essentials of Economics. Princeton, N.J.: D. Van Nostrand
Bien-Greaves, Bettina. 2012. “Free Market Economics Syllabus.” Auburn, Alabama: Mises Institute; http://www.amazon.com/Free-Market-Economics-Syllabus-ebook/dp/B007W64E02
Butler, Eammon. 2010. ‘Austrian Economics: A Primer . London, UK: Adam Smith Institute; http://www.adamsmith.org/research/books/austrian-economics-a-primer
Callahan, Gene. 2002. Economics for Real People. Auburn, AL.: Mises Institute
Cox, Jim. 2007. The Concise Guide to Economics, Auburn, Alabama: Mises Institute
Gordon, David. 2000. An Introduction to Economic Reasoning. Auburn, Alabama: Mises Institute
Dolan, Edwin G., ed. 1976. The Foundations of Modern Austrian Economics, Kansas City: Sheed & Ward,http://www.econlib.org/library/NPDBooks/Dolan/dlnFMAContents.html
Hazlitt, Henry. 2008 . Economics in One Lesson. Auburn, AL: Mises Institute;
Murphy, Robert P.2010A. Lessons for the Young Economist. Auburn, AL: Mises Institute
Murphy, Robert P. 2010B. “What is Austrian economics?”
Ritenour, Shawn. 2010. Foundations of Economics, Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock.
Rockwell, Llewellyn. 1995. Why Austrian Economics Matters. http://mises.org/page/1444/Why-Austrian-Economics-Matters; http://mises.org/etexts/why_ae.asp
Schiff, Peter D. and Andrew J. Schiff. 2010. How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes. Wiley
Shapiro, Milton M. 1985. The Foundations of the Market Price System. Boston: University Press of America;http://www.mises.org/etexts/Foundations.pdf
Taylor, Thomas C. 2008. An Introduction to Austrian Economics. Auburn AL: The Mises Institute; http://mises.org/document/57; http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001BSHNDC?ie=UTF8&tag=lewrockwell&linkCode=xm2&camp=1789&creativeASIN=B001BSHNDC
Woods, Thomas E. Jr. 2009. Meltdown: A Free-Market Look at Why the Stock Market Collapsed, the Economy Tanked, and Government Bailouts Will Make Things Worse. Washington D.C.: Regnery Publishing
Woods, Thomas E. Jr. 2011. “Learn Austrian Economics.” December 20;
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