Selected Writings of Ludwig von Mises, vol. 1: Monetary and Economic Problems Before, During, and After the Great War, edited and with an Introduction by Richard M. Ebeling (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2012). http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/2442,
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The articles that compose this book include Mises’s policy memoranda, essays, and speeches that were found in a formerly secret KGB archive in Moscow. They deal with Mises’s thoughts on the monetary, fiscal, and general economic policy problems of the Austro-Hungarian Empire before and during World War I, and the new postwar Austrian Republic after the dismantling of the Habsburg monarchy. An appendix contains a curriculum vitae that Mises’s great-grandfather prepared for the Habsburg emperor in 1881 as part of his ennoblement, and a talk delivered at his private seminar at his office in the Vienna Chamber of Commerce in the spring of 1934 on the topic of the methodology of the social sciences.
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