Ludwig von Mises (Ludvig Heinrich Edler von Mises)
“Neo-Austrian School” economist, known for his concept of Mises's business cycle theory, is a communist anti-economy. He has famous works such as Human Action, Socialism.
Mises was born September 29, 1881 in the city of Lemberg, Galicia, the Austro-Hungarian Empire (Lemberg, Galicia, Austria-Hungary), the current city in which he was born is in Lviv, Ukraine (Lviv, Ukraine).
His father, Arthur Edler von Mises, was an engineer in the railway construction of the Czernowitz railway company. His family was an old family, and they received the royal seal from Emperor Franz Josef I of Austria in 1881, bestowing upon Mayer Mises. (Mayer Rachmiel Mises), who was Mises' great-grandfather.
As for Missel's mother, Adele Landau, she's a relative with Dr. Nassar. Joachim Landau, one of Austria's best-known politicians, said Joachim Landau.
Mises had two younger brothers, Richard von Mises and Karl von Mises. Richard later was a mathematician with the name.
Childhood Mises grew up in the town of Chernivtsi (Chernivtsi) before later the family moved to Vienna.
Mizese has spoken German, Polish and French since the age of 12. You can also read Greek, Hebrew, Latin, and Ukrainian.
He was inspired by the reading of the Principles of Economics by Carl Menger, who praised the father of Austrian School of Economics.
1903, his father died.
In 1906, Miss graduated with a law degree. After that, he took a job at the Austrian Finance Ministry.
1909 entered the Vienna Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Vienna Chamber of Commerce and Industry).
Theory of Money and Credit. In this book, he describes the problem of money supply, caused by excessive banking sector, causing inflation and depression along the way, because a lot of money coming into the system is being invested inappropriately. Too much capital goods, while consumer good products are not adequately financed.
1913 received a professor position at the University of Vienna.
During the First World War, he served as an officer in the Austro-Hungarian artillery, who fought on the front lines, clashing with Russian troops. At this time, Ms. Sess was an economic adviser to the unit.
1917, after the World War, he returned to work at the Chamber of Commerce.
In 1920, wrote the article “Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth” in which he predicted that the planned communist communism would fail because he believed the communists would not be able to create a market system, which would have failed the mechanism of exchange, which would have allowed the public to have the right to Private assets are one of the main components of the production process.
In 1920-1934, Ms. Sess established an economics seminar group within the Chamber of Commerce, among his followers, Friedrich Hayek, Gottfried Haberler, Murray Rothbard.
1922 wrote “Socialism.”
In 1927, together with Friedrich Hayek founded the Austrian Institute of Economic Research.
In 1932, Mr. Sessions was the head of economic affairs of the Vienna Chamber of Commerce and Trade and Economic Adviser to Prime Minister Engelbert Dollfuss.
Later, a mentor to Otto von Habsburg.
1934 received an invitation to teach at the Graduate Instute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland.
During her stay in Swiss, Mises married Margit Herzfeld Sereny, an actor, and is the widow of Ferdinand Sereny.
The 1940s Nazi emigrants were in New York, assisted by the Rockefeller Foundation.
In 1943, she received a special professor of economics at New York University. She was not paid for all her time teaching at the university, but he was supported by Lawrence Fertig, a businessman and a trust fund for the university.
1946 was granted American citizenship.
1947 co-founded the Mont Pelerin Society
1949 Human actions: a treat on Economics praxeological
1972 October 10, died in NYC at the age of 92
1976, Margit, Miss Ses' wife, wrote a memoir, “My Years with Ludwig von Mises.”
Founded by Llewellyn Rockwell in Alabama, 1982, the Mises Institute was founded by Llewellyn Rockwell in Alabama.
Theory of Money and Credit, 1912Socialism, 1922Liberalism, 1927Critique of Interventionism, 1929His Omnipotent Government, 1944His Bureaucracy, 1944Human Action, 1949The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality, 1956Marxism UnmaskedTheory and History, 1957