Ludwig von Mises – A Primer
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A superb introduction to Austrian economics
An introduction to the work of the great Austrian economist
In Ludwig von Mises – A Primer , Eamonn Butler provides a comprehensive yet accessible overview of Mises’ outstanding achievements. At a time of economic crisis, this monograph makes it clear that Mises’ work is highly relevant today. Indeed, while mainstream economics has been found wanting, the latest recession appears to have been entirely consistent with his analysis. Furthermore, the poor performance of state health and education services can be explained by Mises’ Austrian theories. Nevertheless, Mises remains neglected by the economics profession, policymakers and academics. This readable primer explains why his work should be at the core of economic thinking.
2010, Occasional Paper 143, ISBN 978 0 255 36629 8, 119pp, PB
Bureaucracy by Ludwig von Mises
Selected Austrian works from the IEA:
The Austrian School by Jesus Huerta de Soto
How Markets Work: Disequilibrium, Entrepreneurship and Discovery by Israel M. Kirzner
Less Than Zero: The Case for a Falling Price Level in a Growing Economy by George Selgin
The Road to Serfdom with The Intellectuals and Socialism by F.A. Hayek
Denationalisation of Money by F. A. Hayek
Choice in Currency: A Way to Stop Inflation by F.A. Hayek
A Tiger by the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation by F. A. Hayek
A large number of Mises’ works are available at the Ludwig von Mises Institute’s website.
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