I was looking at my University's suggested readings for Undergraduate students seeking to do econ research, and one of them was this:
Looking at some other work by him, this Clifford Winston generally seems pro-market. Check out
First Thing We Do, Let's Deregulate All the Lawyers
Where he shows the legal profession as a monopoly made by government.
Furthermore, good surprise for us libertarians who get asked about WHO WOULD BUILD THE ROADDSSSSSSS????? he has this out as well:
Last Exit: Privatization and Deregulation of the U.S. Transportation System
Interestingly enough, he also has
Government Failure versus Market Failure: Microeconomics Policy Research and Government Performance
where he concludes that "the cost of government failure may actually be considerably greater than the cost of market failure."
Which is quite interesting to me after I had watched this speech on the topic of government failure by David Friedman:
Of course, he is no Austrian, and uses empirical methods to test for "social desirability," but maybe somewhere in there he makes some arguments compatible with the Austrian framework
I might be late to the party :P