Mises The Last Knight of Liberalism

Mises  The Last Knight of Liberalism

courteous, Ludwig Mises was always there to encourage even the slightest signs of productivity or intelligence in his friends and students. . . . And always there as an inspiration and as a constant star. Inserted by Philip M. Crane in ...

Author: Jörg Guido Hülsmann

Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute

ISBN: 9781610163897

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Ludwig von Mises s The Theory of Money and Credit

Ludwig von Mises s The Theory of Money and Credit

... the Principle of Population Mahmood Mamdani's Citizen and Subject: Contemporary Africa And The Legacy Of Late Colonialism Karl Marx's Capital John Stuart Mill's On Liberty John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism Hans Morgenthau's Politics ...

Author: Padraig Belton

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780429939945

Category: Business & Economics

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Ludwig Von Mises’s 1912 contribution to the theory of monetary policy and the current prevailing consensus in modern economic liberalism, The Theory of Money and Credit, was a milestone achievement. The author’s familiarity with the historical literature on banking and credit allows him to present a coherent theoretical structure that links private exchange between individuals, business and banks to condition the markets affecting money and credit. Through its wider influence on liberal thinkers and politicians, the Theory of Money and Credit has become a classic reference for those seeking to understand the advance of economic liberalism since the 20th century.
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Carl Menger and His Legacy in Economics

Carl Menger and His Legacy in Economics

4 Perhaps even more persuasive , in regard to the perception of the Austrian School as champions of noninterventionism , are the personal reminiscences of Ludwig Mises . Mises studied at the University of Vienna in the very early years ...

Author: Bruce J. Caldwell

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 0822310872

Category: Business & Economics

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Papers from a conference held on 15-17 April, 1989, to commemorate the acquistion by the Duke University of the papers of Carl Menger.
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What Is Classical Liberal History

What Is Classical Liberal History

Ludwig von Mises, Human Action: A Treatise on Economics, 3rd revised ed. (New York: Regnery, 1966; ... L. M. Lachmann, The Legacy of Max Weber (Auburn: Ludwig von Mises Institute, 2007), 57. Lachmann adds that “In Menger's terminology, ...

Author: Michael J. Douma

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498536110

Category: History

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Historians working in the classical liberal tradition believe that individual decision-making and individual rights matter in the making of history. History written in the classical liberal tradition emerged largely in the nineteenth century, when the field of history was first professionalized in Europe and the Americas. Professional historical research was then imbued with liberal values, which included rigorous attention to the sources, historicist suspicion of an ultimate mover, an honest and dispassionate rational outlook, and humility towards what could be known. Above all, liberals wanted to chart the history of liberty, warn against threats to liberty, and defend it in an evolving political world. They believed history was real, and that it had lessons to teach, but that these lessons could not provide sufficient knowledge to predict the future or reorganize society around a central plan. This book demonstrates how the classical liberal tradition in historical writing persists to this day, but how it is often neglected and due for renewal. The book contrasts the classical liberal view on history with conservative, progressive, Marxist, and post-modern views. Each of the eleven chapters address a different historical topic, from the development of classical liberalism in nineteenth century America to the the history of civil liberties and civil rights that stemmed from this tradition. Authors give particular attention to the importance of social and economic analysis. Each contributor was chosen as an expert in their field to provide a historiographical overview of their subject, and to explain what the classical liberal contribution to this historiography has been and should be. Authors then provide guidance towards possible tools of analysis and related research topics that future historians working in the classical liberal tradition could take up. The authors wish to call upon other historians to recognize the important contributions to historical understanding that have come and can be provided by the insights of classical liberalism.
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A Modern Guide to Austrian Economics

A Modern Guide to Austrian Economics

Journal of Economic Methodology, 14(2), 211–226. Hoppe, H.-H. (2006). The Economics and Ethics of Property Rights (2nd ed.). Auburn, AL: Ludwig von Mises Institute. Kolev, S. (2020). The Legacy of Max Weber and the Early Austrians.

Author: Bylund, Per L.

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781789904406

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 329

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This Modern Guide explores central ideas, concepts, and themes in the Austrian school of economics, with a focus on how they, and with them the overall theory, have evolved over recent decades. Leading scholars offer their insights into potential directions of future research in the field, pointing towards contemporary debates and their potential conclusions, underdeveloped aspects and extensions of theory, and current applications of interest.
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Automating Finance

Automating Finance

In Grove City College Conference on the Legacy of Ludwig von Mises, February 23–24. Shamir, R. (2008). “The age of responsibilization: On market-embedded morality.” Economy and Society, 37(1): 1–19. Shaw, W. (1906).

Author: Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108496421

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 375

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Explains how stock markets became automated through the work of invisible technologists, redefining the fabric of finance for the twenty-first century.
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The Meaning of David Cameron

The Meaning of David Cameron

... The legacy of Ludwig Von Mises, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2006 50 See Perry Anderson, “The Intransigent Right” in Spectrum: from right to left in the world of ideas, Verso, 2005, pp. 15-16; Renée Sallas, “Friedrich von Hayek, ...

Author: Richard Seymour

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 9781846944567

Category: Political Science

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David Cameron has been sold to the British electorate as a thoroughly modern politician, part Blair, part Thatcher, a one nation conservative with a soft spot for social democracy, the green movement, big and small business, youth, minorities, traditionalists, the armed forces and the old. Has a politician ever been sold as so many things to so many people, at home in fashion magazines as he is at Party conferences? But despite being told, arguably more, about Cameron the man than any other politician he remains vacuous, strangely unformed, a cipher for the real interests and forces he represents. The Meaning of Cameronis an unmasking of the false politics Cameron embodies, and an examination of the face the mask has eaten into.
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Subjectivism and Interpretative Methodology in Theory and Practice

Subjectivism and Interpretative Methodology in Theory and Practice

Lachmann, Ludwig M. (1970) The Legacy of Max Weber, London: Heinnemann. . (1976) “From Mises to Shackle: An Essay on Austrian Economics and the Kaleidic Society,” Journal of Economic Literature, 14 (March): 54–62.

Author: Fu-Lai Tony Yu

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9781785272127

Category: Political Science

Page: 262

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“Subjectivism and Interpretative Methodology in Theory and Practice” uses the subjectivist approach originated in Max Weber’s interpretation method, Alfred Schutz’s phenomenology, and Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann’s sociology of knowledge to understand economic and social phenomena. This method brings human agency back into the forefront of analysis, adding new insights not only in economics and management, but also in sociology, politics, psychology and organizational behavior.
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Including a Symposium on Ludwig Lachmann

Including a Symposium on Ludwig Lachmann

Master's thesis, Faculty of Arts University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Lachmann, L. M. (1970). The legacy of Max Weber. London: Heinemann. Lachmann, L. M. (1971, September 29). Ludwig von Mises and the market process.

Author: Luca Fiorito

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781787698611

Category: Business & Economics

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This volume of Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology features a symposium on the work of Ludwig Lachmann, and a collection of review essays of Nancy MacLean's Democracy in Chains.
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Champions of a Free Society

Champions of a Free Society

Gonce, R. A. “Natural Law and Ludwig von Mises's Praxeology and Economic Science. ... “Justice and Redistributive Taxation: James Buchanan versus Ludwig von Mises. ... “Reflections on the Misesian Legacy in Economics.

Author: Edward Wayne Younkins

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739130537

Category: Political Science

Page: 408

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This book is written for individuals who want to learn about the philosophical foundations of political and economic freedom. It is an introduction and a guide to the principal theoretical ideas on liberty produced by the most influential and creative thinkers in history, with chapters on Adam Smith, Ludwig von Mises, and Carl Menger.
Categories: Political Science