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David L. Prychitko

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David L. Prychitko
Économiste

Dates 1962 -
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Tendance École autrichienne
Origine États-Unis États-Unis
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David L. Prychitko, né le 22 juin 1962, est professeur d'économie à l'université de Northern Michigan (USA). Appartenant à l'école autrichienne d'économie, il était l'étudiant de Don Lavoie. C'est un spécialiste de l'économie marxienne.

Il a étudié à la Northern Michigan University, il rejoint la George Mason University où il a obtenu son Ph.D. en économie. David L. Prychitko a enseigné au département d'économie à l'Université d'État de New York à Oswego. Il fut le récipiendaire de la bourse de recherche, Fulbright, à la Faculté de Philosophie de l'Université de Zagreb, en Yougoslavie, du mois de Janvier jusqu'au mois de Juillet 1989.

En 1994, il contribue à l'élaboration d'une encyclopédie synthéthique dont le directeur de collection est Peter Boettke. Dans un article sur la praxéologie[1], il admet le bien fondé épistémologique et ontologique de la démarche. L'anticipation subjective est conforme à une ontologie causale où la catégorie "Action humaine" établit des propriétés de cause à effet entre deux périodes estimées pour atteindre un certain objectif avec des moyens particuliers.

Mais, David Prychitko aspire à un assouplissement méthodologique. Les économistes néo-classiques et autrichiens partagent la même démarche de l'individualisme méthodologique. Cependant, insiste David Prychitko, l'école autrichienne dispose d'une avancée particulière et pertinente, une philosophie fondée sur la praxis. C'est pourquoi, il attise notre attention sur une discipline paronyme et quelquefois homonyme de la praxéologie, à savoir la praxiologie pour comprendre les origines, les limites et les extensions possibles de la praxéologie.

Notes et références

  1. Praxeology, 1994, In:, Peter Boettke, dir., The Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp77-83

Publications

De 1986 à 1989

  • 1988, "Marxism and Decentralized Socialism," Critical Review, 2, pp137-138
    • repris en 2002, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 2, pp17-34

De 1990 à 1999

  • 1993,
    • a. Marxism, In: David R. Henderson, ed., The Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics. New York: Warner Books, pp123-127
    • b. After Davidson, Who Needs the Austrians? Reply to Davidson, Critical Review 7(2–3): 371–80
    • c. Formalism in Austrian-School Welfare Economics: Another Pretense of Knowledge, Critical Review. 7 (4): 567-592
      • repris en 2002, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 9, pp103-122
  • 1994,
    • a. avec Peter Boettke, Dir., The Market Process, Aldershot
    • b. avec Peter Boettke et Steve Horwitz, Beyond Equilibrium Economics, In: Peter J. Boettke and David L. Prychitko, Dir., The Market Process, Aldershot, pp62–79
    • c. Praxeology, In: Peter Boettke, Dir., The Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp77-83
    • d. Comparative Economic Systems, In: Peter Boettke, Dir., The Elgar Companion to Austrian Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp224-230
      • repris en 2002, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 1, pp11-16
    • e. Ludwig Lachmann and the interpretative turn in economics, In: Peter Boettke, Israel Kirzner et Mario Rizzo, dir., Advances in Austrian Economics, JAI Press, Greenwich, CT, Vol. 1, pp303-19
      • Repris en 1995, In: Individuals, Institutions, Interpretations: Hermeneutics Applied to Economics, Brookfield, VT: Avebury, pp93-112
    • f. avec Peter Boettke, "Boulding y la Escuela Austríaca: un ensayo sobre su contribución a la teoría económica subjetivista", Cuandernos de Ciencias Economicas y Empresariales, N°26, pp99-109 (es)
    • g. 'Socialism as Cartesian legacy: the radical element within F.A. Hayek's The Fatal Conceit', In: Peter J. Boettke et David L. Prychitko, dir., The Market Process: Essays in Contemnporary Austrian Economics, Aldershot: Edward Elgar, pp261-273
      • repris en 2002, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 13, pp168-179
    • h. avec Peter J. Boettke, "Introduction: The Present Status of Austrian Economics: Some (Perhaps Biased) Institutional History behind Market Process Theory", In: Peter Boettke, David L. Prychitko, "The Market Process: Essays in Contemporary Austrian Economics", Edward Elgar, pp1-16
  • 1995,
    • a. The critique of workers’ self-management: Austrian perspectives and economic theory, Advances in Austrian Economics, vol. 3, pp5-25
      • Repris en 2002, In: David Prychitko, Markets, Planning and Democracy: Essays After the Fall of Communism, Northampton, MA: Elgar, Ch 7, pp70-88
    • b. Dir., Individuals, Institutions, Interpretations: Hermeneutics Applied to Economics, Brookfield, VT: Avebury
    • c. Introduction: Why Hermeneutics?, In: Individuals, Institutions, Interpretations: Hermeneutics Applied to Economics, Brookfield, VT: Avebury, pp1-5
    • d. When Austrians Came to America, commentaire du livre de Karen I. Vaughn, Austrian Economics in America: The Migration of a Tradition, Religion and Liberty, Vol 5, n°1, Janvier-Février
  • 1996,
    • a. avec Jaroslav Vanek (eds.), Producer Cooperatives and Labor-Managed Systems Vol. I: Theory and Vol. II: Case Studies, #62 in the International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, Mark Blaug, series editor. Brookfield, VT and Cheltenham, Glos.: Edward Elgar
    • b. Commentaire du livre de Joseph Stiglitz, Whither Socialism? Cato Journal 16 (Fall)
  • 1997,
    • a. avec Nevenka Cuckovic, Mises, Hayek, and the Market Process: An Introduction, The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty, January, Vol. 47, n°1
    • b. Commentaire du livre de Gerard Radnitzky et Hardy Bouillon, dir., Government: Servant or Master? Can the Coming of a Euro-Leviathan Be Halted?, The Freeman, February
    • c. Marx, postmodernism, and self-management: Reply to Abell, Critical Review, Vol 11, n°2, spring
      • repris en 2002, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 6, pp63-69
    • d. "Expanding the Anarchist Range: A Critical Reappraisal of Rothbard's Contribution to the Contemporary Theory of Anarchism", Review of Political Economy, 9 (4)
      • repris en 2002, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 10, pp123-144
    • e. Commentaire du livre de Larry Laudan, "Beyond Positivism and Relativism: Theory, Method, and Evidence", Southern Economic Journal, Vol 64, n°1, Jul., pp359-360
    • f. "Lachmann's plan, and its lesson: Comment on Lavoie", In, Roger Koppl et Steven Horwitz, dir., "Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol 4", Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp209-217
    • g. "The dangers that court hermeneutics rejoinder to Lavoie", In, Roger Koppl et Steven Horwitz, dir., "Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol 4", Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp227-229
  • 1998,
    • a. dir., Why Economists Disagree: An Introduction to Alternative Schools of Thought, Albany: SUNY Press, pp1-13
    • b. “Hayekian Socialism: Rethinking Burczak, Ellerman, and Kirzner”, Rethinking Marxism, 10(2), pp75–85
      • repris en 2002, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 8, pp89-102
    • c. avec Peter Boettke, "Introduction: Varieties of Market Process Theory", In: Peter Boettke et David L. Prychitko, dir., "Market Process Theories, Cheltenham, U.K., and Northampton, Mass.: Elgar, vol. 1, ppix–xxvii
  • 1999, commentaire du livre de Vladimir Tismaneanu, Fantasies of Salvation: Democracy, Nationalism, and Myth in Post-Communist Europe. An Exploration of Why Collectivism Has Re-Emerged in Many Post-Communist States, The Freeman, March
  • 2002,
    • a. Markets, Planning and Democracy: Essays after the Collapse of Communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing
    • b. Introduction: Markets, planning and democracy in the age of postècommunism, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp1-10
    • c. “Does Market Socialism have a Future? From Lange and Lerner to Schumpeter and Stiglitz,” In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, Planning, and Democracy: Essays after the Collapse of Communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, Ch 12, pp156-67
    • d. avec Peter Boettke, The New Theory of Government-Nonprofit Partnership: A Hayekian Critique of the Salamon Paradigm, The Philanthropic Enterprise, working paper septembre
    • e. Marxism and market process, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 5, pp56-62
    • f. The collapse of communism - a decade later, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 14, pp180-185
    • g. Thoughts on Austrian economics, Austro-punkism', and libertarianism, In: David L. Prychitko , dir., Markets, planning, and democracy: essays after the collapse of communism, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, ch 15, pp186-190
  • 2006,
    • a. avec Scott Beaulier, “Disagreement over the Emergence of Private Property Rights: Alternative Meanings, Alternative Explanations,” Review of Austrian Economics 19 (1), pp47-68
    • b. avec Muriel Harris et Peter Boettke, "Opportunity Cost and the Supply of Goods." The Economic Way of Thinking. Ed. Jon Axelrod. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, INC., pp75-93
    • c. avec Peter Boettke, Don Lavoie's Contributions to Comparative Economic Systems, In: Jack High, dir., Humane Economics: Essays in Honor of Don Lavoie, New Thinking in Political Economy, Edward Elgar Publishing
  • 2007, avec Virgil Storr, Communicative action and the radical constitution: the Habermasian challenge to Hayek, Mises and their descendents, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 31(2):255-274

Littérature secondaire

  • 2005, Richard Pomfret, commentaire du livre de David L. Prychitko, "Markets, Planning and Democracy: Essays after the Collapse of Socialism", Slavic Review, Vol 64, n°3, Autumn, pp630-631
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