Peter Lewin is a Clinical Professor in Managerial Economics. He also serves as the Director of the Colloquium for the Advancement of Free-Enterprise Education (CAFÉ). Dr Lewin's research interests include:
- Austrian economics
- Capital theory
- Economics of discrimination
- Economics of the family
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Re-Switching, The Average Period of Production and the Austrian Business-Cycle Theory: A Comment on Fratini (Springer New York LLC, 2019-05-26)In a recent contribution to this journal Saverio Fratini (Review of Austrian Economics, 2019) offers a critique of our work on Austrian Capital Theory on the grounds that our conception of capital and “roundaboutness” does ...
We argue that the application of financial analysis, especially that of duration, clarifies and supports the application of the average period of production in Austrian business cycle theory. We also suggest that the focus ...