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Austrian Economics Core Curriculum

  • Austrian Economics Core Curriculum
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Tags Austrian Economics OverviewEntrepreneurshipMonetary TheoryPraxeologySubjectivismValue and Exchange

08/15/2016Mises Institute

The Austrian Economics Core Curriculum course lays out the fundamentals of Austrian Economics. Drawing on the tradition of Mises and Rothbard, the course begins with Praxeology, the study of human action, from which economic principles are deduced. An exposition of subjective value and the division of labor follow, providing the requirements for exchange and markets. From there, the concepts of money’s origin and value are explored, with the interest rate coordination of consumer preferences and the structure of production and business cycles. Finally the crucial role of the entrepreneur in the market economy and economic calculation are explained.

Featuring lectures by David Gordon, Jörg Guido Hülsmann, Jeffrey M. Herbener, Lucas M. Engelhardt , Roger W. Garridon, Joseph T. Salerno, and Peter G. Klein.

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