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a stingy hoarder of money and possessions (often living miserably)

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In all its partnership activities, the Elizabeth School District and MISE will focus on developing leadership, building capacity, and ensuring sustainability.
Mises argued that the only way for a thorough reconstruction of the world economy following World War II's "moral and material collapse without precedent" ([1941] 2000d, 1) was capital accumulation through saving and investment.
Austrians should appreciate Jones's presentation of Mises in various roles.
Of course, with these points established, it is rather straightforward to show that monetary calculation cannot take place under socialism (by its very nature), and Mises proceeds to do just this.
Von Mises acknowledged that sometimes force is necessary, although he distilled the essence of the state as force rather than a positivist actor in the economy.
While Clark and Mises introduced similar devices to emphasize selected aspects of entrepreneurship (Salerno, 2008; Klein and Foss, 2010), Kirzner sees his construct as capturing its very essence.
If valid, the economics of Mises and Rothbard would require a paradigm shift for the entire discipline of economics.
300-301 and 304-305) then assert that Mises argued for the existence of time preference as a "praxeological law" on the basis of a reductio ad absurdum: if a person did not have time preference, i.
Liberty Fund library of the works of Ludwig von Mises
Ludwig von Mises ( 18 81 - 19 7 3) was one of the most important economists of the twentieth century.
However, the idea of monetary calculation, as articulated by Ludwig von Mises and other Austrian school economists, is missing from their accounts.
Yet as the distinguished Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises once explained: "What many people .
The smoker, the driver, the couch potato, the junk food fan: Each, as Mises would predict, is maximizing his happiness.
Ludwig von Mises pioneered the praxeological critique of economic interventionism.
AUBURN, ALABAMA: LUDWIG VON MISES INSTITUTE, 2007, 1,143 pp.