That is the title of article which profiles GMU Professor Peter J Boettke in the WSJ.
One thing I find horrible to see is the following lines:
- In 1990, Mr. Boettke landed a job at
. "It was a dream come true," he says. Economics at NYU had legendary Austrian roots, but the school started to move toward a more standard mathematical approach, former colleagues say. Mr. Boettke was denied tenure in 1997, a blow to his personal ambitions. New York University
- The period also marked a low point for the Austrian field. Its philosophical approach looked old-fashioned amid the mathematical models dominating modern economics.