Collects 37 articles originally published between 1928 and 1995. The papers focus on a unique understanding of the economic problem<-->one that is less concerned with focusing on the nature, requirements, and possibilities of a market economy enjoying a state of general economic equilibrium, and more concerned with explaining how the market economy moves toward (or away from) such a state. Sections cover process in classical economics; Marxian process theory; formal market process models in neoclassical economics; the challenge of increasing returns; institutionalist approaches and post-Keynesian criticisms; the Swedish influence on market process theory; and market process<-->the central concept of Austrian economics. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.