Ludwig von Mises

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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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Mises, Ludwig von (1962), The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science, D.
Mises, Ludwig von, 1990, Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth, Auburn, Ala., Ludwig von Mises Institute.
Mises, Ludwig Von. THE HISTORICAL SETTING OF THE AUSTRIAN SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS.
LUDWIG VON MISES, Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) was author of Human Action: A Treatise on Economics (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1949; 2nd ed.
Mises, Ludwig von (1979) [1959], Six Lectures in Buenos Aires, published posthumously as Economic Policy: Thoughts for Today and Tomorrow.