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Austrian Economics: An Anthology

JULY 29, 2009 by BETTINA BIEN GREAVES

These essays, compiled by Bettina Bien Greaves, explain the historical foundations of the Austrian school as told by some of the most prominent Austrian Economists. This collection also explains what makes the Austrian approach unique. Topics include the history of Austrian Economics, the Theory of Subjective Value, and the epistemology of Austrian Economics.

 

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BETTINA BIEN GREAVES

Contributing editor Bettina Bien Greaves was a longtime FEE staff member, resident scholar, and trustee. She attended Ludwig von Mises’s New York University seminar for many years and is a translator, editor, and bibliographer of his works.

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