Rudolf s recently discovered Notebooks of these lectures, corrected by Menger, are a fascinating record of what the founder of the Austrian marginalist school. Get this from a library! Carl Menger’s lectures to Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria. [ Carl Menger; Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria; Erich W Streissler; Monika. , English, Book edition: Carl Menger’s lectures to Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria / edited by Erich W. Streissler and Monika Streissler ; translated by Monika.
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Carl Menger’s Lectures to Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria
Subjects Menger, Carl, Austrian school of economics. Economics Austria Summary “InCarl Menger, then a young professor at the University of Vienna, was asked to teach the principles of political economy to Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria, the 17 year old only son of Emperor Francis Joseph, who was to die tragically before he could inherit the throne.
Without referring to his own theories, Menger delivered a course on the economics of Adam Smith – as presented in the mainstream German textbooks of the time – in such a way that the Notebooks can be viewed as a key document on classical economic liberalism, pure and unadulterated.
They cast new light on Menger’s own theoretical discoveries, his view of government and his interpretation of classical economics. The editor’s detailed introduction provides the historical and intellectual background to the Notebooks as well as a thorough analysis of Menger’s policy-oriented presentation of economics.
Carl Menger’s lectures to Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria
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