The Journal of Peace, Prosperity and Freedom was founded in 2012 by Sukrit Sabhlok. The journal features an editorial board composed of respected scholars such as Stephan Kinsella of the Ludwig von Mises Institute and Dr. Ben O'Neill of the University of NSW (ADFA).
Our mission is to promote the development and extension of Austrian economics and libertarianism, with a focus on Australia. The journal encourages submissions that eschew technical jargon and are accessible to the layperson while simultaneously providing value to the specialist reader. All aspects of the social sciences - from economics, to political science, sociology and more - are welcome. All research articles and commentaries are subject to peer-review; book reviews are not.
VOLUME 1 (2012)
"The State - Errors of Classical Liberalism", by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
"Natural Law and the Libertarian Society", by Ben O'Neill
"Secession as Political Reform: The Case of Western Australia", by Sukrit Sabhlok
"Mises' Apriorism: Tautology or Theory of Praxis?", by Cade Share
"Individual Freedom, International Trade and International Conflict", by Alex Robson
"McDonaldization: An Analysis of George Ritzer's Theories and Assertions", by John Engle
"The Years since 9/11: What Hath Our Rulers Wrought?", by Chris Leithner
"The Evil Princes of Martin Place", reviewed by Steve Kates
"Liberty Defined", reviewed by Mark Hornshaw
"Beyond Politics", reviewed by Luke McGrath
"The Frankenstein Candidate", reviewed by Sukrit Sabhlok
"Trust Your Enemies", reviewed by Marc Lerner
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