Time to Say Goodbye, but Not Really

19 April 2012 at 2:45 pm 1 comment

| Peter Lewin |

After a most enjoyable and productive tour as a guest blogger on this site (at least for me), the time has come to say goodbye.

I do so at an auspicious moment, having just received my copy of Organizing Entrepreneurial Judgment. This book brings together important work by two of the hosts of this site in a very accessible format that promises to spread their message to many who have yet to hear it. To understand the firm one must understand entrepreneurship and vice versa. We live in a dynamic world in which individual judgments concerning the value of resources and the path of future events play a key role and organizational structures develop to give traction to those judgments. For an unrepentant Austrian subjectivist like me it is all very exciting. I look forward to observing further developments as an observer and casual participant on this blog, and elsewhere.

I would like to warmly thank the hosts of this blog Dick, Nicolai, Lasse, and Peter for extending to me the invitation to participate and look forward to ongoing productive associations with all of them.

Entry filed under: Austrian Economics, Entrepreneurship, Former Guest Bloggers, Institutions. Tags: .

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  • 1. Peter Klein  |  19 April 2012 at 9:34 pm

    Thanks Peter, it’s been great having you!

    BTW everybody, here’s Peter’s recent lecture at the Free University Tbilisi:

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