By Israel M Kirzner
Israel Kirzner's Ludwig von Mises (Wilmington, Del.: ISI Books, 2001) is a welcome boost to the literature on Mises and economics. it's a very important ebook, not just for the tutorial reader strange with Mises's paintings but additionally for the clever layman. what's particularly startling is simply how a lot the writer manages to complete in the compass of a reasonably brief paintings. certainly, Professor Kirzner, a pupil of Mises's, provides the complete variety of contributions that Mises made to financial idea and the social sciences-method, funds, fiscal associations, and politics-and does so in a manner that's obtainable to all. This quantity is extremely instructed. ISBN 1882926617 220 pgs. (hb)
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Ludwig von Mises. by Israel M Kirzner