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Webinar: Ludwig von Mises and Austrian Economics

MAY 14, 2013 by IVAN PONGRACIC JR.

Ludwig von Mises was not the founder of the Austrian school of economic thought, but by outlining the school's methodological approach Mises defined the Austrian school and its unique position in mainline economics. Professor Ivan Pongracic will discuss Ludwig von Mises' five main contributions to economics.

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IVAN PONGRACIC JR.

Ivan Pongracic Jr. is an associate professor of economics at Hillsdale College, where he holds the William E. Hibbs/Ludwig von Mises Chair in Economics. He is also a member of FEE Board of Scholars.

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