The Review of Austrian Economics, 15:1, 103–105, 2002. c 2002 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Manufactured in The Netherlands. Remembering Don Lavoie (1951–2001): A Student’s Perspective Don Lavoie was my professor and friend. From the day I entered graduate school until the day I left, Don worked extremely closely with me. I came to GMU to speciﬁcally study with Don and my experience exceeded all my expectations. After Roy Cordato and Karen Palasek advanced in their studies, I was asked to work with Don on the Center for the Study of Market Processes publication, Market Process, as the managing editor. At the time, Market Process, was the only regular publication devoted exclusively to Austrian economics—it was a dream come true for me to work with Don on this publication. My good friends David Prychitko and Steve Horwitz also came to GMU to study with Don and he also served as their professor and friend. The three of us were basically inseparable during graduate school, and we were always in Don’s ofﬁce, going to lunch with him, or dinner on the night of classes, or reading groups he formed, or the colloquium he directed. He never once told us to leave him
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