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  2. Ludwig von Mises - Wikipedia

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    Ludwig Heinrich Edler von Mises (German: [ˈluːtvɪç fɔn ˈmiːzəs]; 29 September 1881 – 10 October 1973) was an Austrian School economist, historian, logician, and sociologist. Mises wrote and lectured extensively on the societal contributions of classical liberalism .

  3. Ludwig von Mises | Mises Institute

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    Ludwig Heinrich Edler von Mises (1881–1973) One of the most notable economists and social philosophers of the twentieth century, Ludwig von Mises, in the course of a long and highly productive life, developed an integrated, deduct­ive science of economics based on the fundamental axiom that in­dividual human beings act purposively to achieve desired goals.

  4. Ludwig von Mises | Books, Beliefs, Liberalism, & Socialism

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    Ludwig von Mises, in full Ludwig Edler von Mises, (born September 29, 1881, Lemberg, Austria-Hungary [now Lviv, Ukraine]—died October 10, 1973, New York City, New York, U.S.), Austrian-American libertarian economist known for his contribution to liberalism in economic theory and his belief in the power of the consumer.

  5. Who Was Ludwig Von Mises? Who Wrote Human Action? - Investopedia

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    Ludwig von Mises wrote The Theory of Money and Credit in 1912. He argued that government intervention in the economy could never reproduce the results of a free-market society.

  6. Ludwig von Mises Books | Mises Institute

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    Ludwig von Mises was the greatest economist of the twentieth century, but often readers are reluctant to tackle his major works. For readers like this, The Quotable Mises is ideal. Formats. PDF.

  7. Ludwig von Mises Quotes (Author of Human Action) - Goodreads

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    Intellectuals extolling the delights of murder, writers advocating censorship, philosophers judging the merits of thinkers and authors, not according to the value of their contributions but according to their achievements on battlefields, are the spiritual leaders of our age of perpetual strife.”. ― Ludwig Von Mises.

  8. Ludwig Heinrich Edler von Mises (29 September 1881–10 October 1973) was one of the most notable economists and social philosophers of the twentieth century. In the course of a long and highly productive life, he developed an integrated, deduct­ive science of economics based on the fundamental axiom that in­dividual human beings act purposively to achieve desired goals.

  9. Ludwig von Mises | Online Library of Liberty

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    Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) was the acknowledged leader of the Austrian School of economic thought, a prodigious originator in economic theory, and a prolific author. Mises’ writings and lectures encompassed economic theory, history, epistemology, government, and political philosophy.

  10. Mises Institute - Wikipedia

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    Ludwig von Mises Institute for Austrian Economics, or Mises Institute, is a libertarian nonprofit think tank headquartered in Auburn, Alabama, United States. It is named after the Austrian School economist Ludwig von Mises (1881–1973). It was founded in 1982 by Lew Rockwell. Its creation was funded by Ron Paul.

  11. Ludwig von Mises - Econlib

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    L udwig von Mises was one of the last members of the original austrian school of economics. He earned his doctorate in law and economics from the University of Vienna in 1906. One of his best works, The Theory of Money and Credit, was published in 1912 and was used as a money and banking textbook for the next two decades. In it Mises extended Austrian marginal utility theory to money, which, noted Mises, is demanded for its usefulness in purchasing other goods rather than for its own sake.