Ludwig M. Lachmann
Historical Period: The 20th Century and Beyond
Lachmann was a German born member of the Austrian school of economics founded by Carl Menger and Boehm-Bawerk. He studied at the London School of Economics in the 1930s, taught at the University of Wiwatersrand in South Africa and wrote seminal material on Austrian capital theory.
- Author: Capital and its Structure
- Author: Capital, Expectations, and the Market Process
- Author: The Foundations of Modern Austrian Economics (1976)
- Author: New Directions in Austrian Economics