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  5. Memoirs | Ludwig von Mises

He kept writing and teaching. And what a glorious legacy he left! In this prose, we have profound determination—moral determination. It wasn't enough that he was a genius of a scientist, that he made earth-shattering contributions to economics, history, philosophy, and more.

What made the difference for him was character. This is why Murray Rothbard wrote that he was not only a scholar but a hero, an example to us all. We need more like him.

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But in order to have that, his example needs to be there for everyone. Guido Hulsmann writes the preface. Hayek writes the introduction. Arlene Oost-Zinner did the translation. But the book itself is pure Mises, writing his deepest and most private thoughts, now available to the world as an example, a model, and an ideal. Summary courtesy of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

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Ludwig von Mises on Money and Inflation (LvMI)

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The economics category, as expected, is very well represented within the pages of this site. Of all the economics books, around half are explicitly Austrian Economics texts, and with a significant overlap around half discuss monetary theory. You may search specifically for economic treatises or books about economists ; you will find historical or theoretical accounts of financial crises ; you will stumble upon recent books on crypto-currencies like bitcoin , books covering topics like income or wealth inequality , as well as more technical subjects like price theory , monopoly , division of labor , public choice theory and others.

Additionally, critiques of Keynesian economics are to be found throughout the books in this category.

Anti-individualism

Of the Austrian Economics books, the largest portion discuss The Austrian Business Cycle and praxeology or human action , but you will find many covering to one degree or another topics like time preference , capital and interest , subjective value , and economic calculation , to name a few. And for those interested in currency or money , whether sound money or fiat money , you will find books arguing the benefits of the gold standard , debates on inflation and deflation , banking , central banks and the Federal Reserve specifically.

At the heart of the free market system of unregulated, voluntary trade stands capitalism and its emphasis on private property. Unsurprisingly, a large collection of books are available on this subject, many of which outline quite clearly the fundamentals and the outcomes of capitalism , especially in contrast to other economic systems like socialism. Additional related topics, such as free trade , decentralization , risk , uncertainty , and the market process can be found in such books.

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At the heart of the free market system of unregulated, voluntary trade stands capitalism and its emphasis on private property. Unsurprisingly, a large collection of books are available on this subject, many of which outline quite clearly the fundamentals and the outcomes of capitalism , especially in contrast to other economic systems like socialism. Additional related topics, such as free trade , decentralization , risk , uncertainty , and the market process can be found in such books.

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Memoirs | Ludwig von Mises

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