Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Austro-Libertarianism in the Austro-Hungarian Empire

The Austrian School's economists "enjoy[ed] a professional and social prestige and influence within the Austro-Hungarian Empire that few of their marginalist contemporaries managed to achieve elsewhere," as noted by The Ludwig von Mises Institute's Professor Richard Ebeling in this article — Austria-Hungary’s Economic Policies in the Twilight of the “Liberal” Era: Ludwig von Mises’ Writings on Monetary and Fiscal Policy before the First World War.

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