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Ludwig von Mises

A major economist and philosopher. He promoted individualism as the basis for social science. Based on this belief, he advocated laissez faire policies and opposed nearly all government interventions in the economy. He was a proponent of the gold standard in monetary policy. He had significant influence of the Austrian School. He lived from 1881 to 1973.
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Rothbard, Man, Economy, and State (Auburn, AL: The Ludwig von Mises Institute, 2004, 15n15, 73-74).
6) See Ludwig von Mises, Human Action (Auburn, AL: Ludwig von Mises Institute, 1998), pp.
In On freedom and free enterprise: Essays in honor of Ludwig von Mises, edited by M.
The Institute of Economic Affairs and the Ludwig von Mises Institute, 2009.
Harper at the Foundation for Economic Education, I had been auditing Ludwig von Mises seminar at New York University and had attended lectures by F.
Yet only one school of economic thought, that of Friedrich Hayek and Ludwig von Mises, predicted and prescribed austerity before the Great Recession.
All national currencies of our day thus ultimately trace their lineage back to some form of commodity money, a process Ludwig von Mises set out in his monetary regression theorem (1981, pp.
Bush and Bill Clinton; by former presidential candidates of the Libertarian, Socialist and Green Parties as well as independent Ralph Nader, and by representatives of think tanks including the Institute for Policy Studies, The Independent Institute, The Future of Freedom Foundation, Hoover Institution, Ludwig von Mises Institute and Just Foreign Policy, and a wide range of publications including The American Conservative, Antiwar.
Liberty Fund library of the works of Ludwig von Mises
But he's quick to add that "the work was done many many years ago," by Ludwig von Mises and others.
In 1922, Ludwig von Mises explained that even if men were angels they would require the language of real prices to coordinate the dispersal of limited resources in a complex society.
Economic Calculation under Socialism: Ludwig von Mises and His Predecessors.