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School of Thought: The Austrian School of Economics

The Austrian School of Economics emerged after the publication in 1871 of a trilogy of works (by Jevons, Walras, and Menger) which introduced the idea of the subjective theory of value and began what has been called “the marginal revolution” in economic thought. Leading theorists in the 20th century were Ludwig von Mises, Friedrich Hayek, Murray Rothbard, and Israel Kirzner.

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26 People in this Group:

sort name ↑ name   birth   death  
Barry Norman P. Barry ? ?
Boettke Peter J. Boettke 1960
Böhm-Bawerk Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk 1851 1914
Brown Pamela Pamela J. Brown ? ?
Cantillon Richard Cantillon 1680 1734
Fetter Frank A. Fetter 1863 1949
Greaves Bettina Bien Greaves ?
Hayek Friedrich August von Hayek 1899 1992
Jevons William William Stanley Jevons 1835 1882
Kirzner Israel M. Kirzner 1930
Lachmann Ludwig M. Lachmann 1906 1990
Longfield M Mountifort Longfield 1802 1884
Menger Carl Menger 1840 1921
Mises Ludwig Ludwig von Mises 1881 1973
Montemartini G Giovanni Montemartini 1867 1913
Moss Lawrence S. Moss 1944
O’Driscoll Gerald P. O’Driscoll ?
Rothbard M Murray N. Rothbard 1926 1995
Sautet F Frédéric Sautet ?
Selgin G George A. Selgin 1957
Smith Vera Vera C. Smith 1912 1976
Spadaro Louis M. Spadaro 1913
Vaughn Karen Karen I. Vaughn ? ?
Wicksteed Philip H. Wicksteed 1844 1927
Wieser F Friedrich von Wieser 1851 1926
Yeager Leland B. Yeager ?