Mises Scholar Richard Ebeling wrote in a recent column at FFF:
In my new book, Monetary Central Planning and the State, which will be published in October 2015 by the Future of Freedom Foundation in a eBook format available from Amazon, I explain the “Austrian” theory of money and the business cycle in contrast to both Keynesian Economics and Monetarism.
I like Ebeling. He’s a great essayist and advocate of the Austrian view of the Boom and Bust Cycle. I’m going to buy this and I hope the interested reader will as well.
Although he does take the Selgin/White view on free banking, which I have previously dissented from elsewhere. But that’s a minor skirmish (or is it? — I don’t know yet).