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Ludwig von Mises Fountainhead of the Modern Microeconomics Revolution Genre................: Economics Audio Format.........: Advanced Audio Codec Audio Channels.......: Mono Sample Rate..........: 44100 Hz Bitrate..............: 32 kbps Duration.............: 10 hrs 14 min Size.................: 149 MB LUDWIG VON MISES by Eamonn Butler read by Jeff Riggenbach 10h14m36s unabridged The Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises is increasingly recognized as one of the most important originators of modern economic thought. This book studies his ideas in a clear and systematic way and pulls out from MisesΓΓé¼Γäós own writings the main themes of his work. MisesΓΓé¼Γäós central theme is an emphasis on microeconomics. All real economic decisions, he insists, are taken by particular people at particular times and places; the motivating forces, therefore, are personal and psychological. In this view, economics is not a science at all, but a discipline more like mathematics or geometry. Its principles are deduced not by observation and experiment, but from certain axiomatic facts about the nature of human choice. This basic insight allows Mises to study important topics such as entrepreneurship and competition in new and fruitful ways. DR. EAMONN BUTLER is the director of the Influential UK think-tank, the Adam Smith Institute, where he has spent three decades privatizing state industries, reforming public administrations and instructing government leaders around the world on market economics. With degrees in Economics, Psychology and Philosophy from St Andrews University, Dr Butler is superbly qualified on the mechanics, mentality and morals of markets. His highly readable introductions to free-market thinkers including Adam Smith, Ludwig von Mises, and Nobel economists FA Hayek and Milton Friedman have won wide acclaim and been translated into many languages. RIGGENBACH, a radio announcer and longtime voiceover artist, has an engaging, authoritative voice.
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