quarta-feira, 2 de março de 2011

The Austrian School of Economics: A History of Its Ideas, Ambassadors, and Institutions

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The Austrian School of Economics: A History of Its Ideas, Ambassadors, and Institutions

If you are like many people, you have been curious about the Austrian School but didn’t know where to turn to discover more about it. This book is the one that makes sense of it all!

Preface to the English Edition
The Austrian School in Brief

1. Vienna in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
2. Economics as an Academic Discipline
3. The Discovery of the Self: The Theory of Subjective Value
4. The Emergence of the Austrian School in the Methodenstreit
5. Carl Menger: Founder of the Austrian School
6. Time is Money: The Austrian theory of Capital and Interest
7. Friedrich von Wieser: From Economist to Social Scientist
8. Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk: Economist, Minister, Aristocrat
9. Emil Sax: The Recluse from Voloska
10. Further Students of Menger and Other Supporters
11. Money Makes the World Go Round: The Monetary theory of the Business Cycle
12. Joseph A. Schumpeter: Maverick and Enigma
13. Schumpeter’s theory of Economic Development
14. The Austrian School’s Critique of Marxism
15. The Consequences of War: The Imminent Collapse
16. Between the Wars: From Re-formation to Exodus
17. Ludwig von Mises: The Logician of Freedom
18. Friedrich August von Hayek: Grand Seigneur on the Fence
19. Other Members of the Younger Austrian School
20. Praxeology: A New Start from Ludwig von Mises
21. Friedrich August von Hayek’s Model of Society and His Theory of Cultural Evolution
22. The Entrepreneur
23. The Rejected Legacy: Austria and the Austrian School After
24. The Renaissance of the old ‘Viennese’ School: The New Austrian School of Economics

References Index

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