Der Erwerb des Buches enthält gleichzeitig die kostenlose Mitgliedschaft im Buchklub des Verlags zum Ausprobieren – dort können Sie von über einer Million Bücher ohne weitere Kosten auswählen. Das Buch besteht aus Wikipedia-Artikeln: Friedrich August von Hayek, Ron Paul, Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Pascal Salin, Human Action, Eugen Böhm von Bawerk, Friedrich von Wieser, Alexander Mahr, Hans Sennholz, Jörg Guido Hülsmann, Jesús Huerta de Soto, Lew Rockwell, Carl Menger, Oskar Morgenstern, Peter J. Boettke, Katastrophenhausse, Israel M. Kirzner, Fritz Machlup, Anthony de Jasay, Roland Leuschel, Ludwig Lachmann, Gottfried Haberler,. Online finden Sie die kostenlose Aktualisierung der Bücher. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: Als Österreichische Schule, Wiener Schule, Österreichische Grenznutzenschule oder (selten) psychologische Schule wird eine Gruppe von Theoretikern bezeichnet, die eine bestimmte Lehrmeinung in der Volkswirtschaftslehre vertreten. Zentral ist die Idee der evolutorischen Schöpfung von Wissen durch den Unternehmer und die Betrachtung der dynamischen Unsicherheit wirtschaftlicher Abläufe. Die Schule betont die Bedeutung der einzelnen Menschen und deren individuellen Vorlieben für die wirtschaftlichen Prozesse (Subjektivismus, Methodologischer Individualismus). Hinzu kommt eine Abneigung gegenüber der mathematischen Darstellungsform von volkswirtschaftlichen Zusammenhängen. Diesem Ansatz gegenüber stehen die etwa gleichzeitig entstandenen Lausanner Schule und Cambridger Schule mit ihren mathematisch formulierten Gleichgewichtsmodellen (Neoklassische Theorie). Als Gründer der Österreichischen Schule wird gemeinhin Carl Menger angesehen, der mit der Grenznutzenlehre zur marginalistischen Revolution beitrug: Er vertrat die Auffassung, dass das klassische Wertparadoxon, also die Frage nach dem Verhältnis von Wert und Nutzen dadurch gelöst werden kann, dass der Wert eines Gutes durch den Beitrag ein…http://booksllc.net/?l=de&id=103975
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Österreichische Schule: Friedrich August von Hayek, Ron Paul, Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Pascal Salin, Human Action
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Title: Ron Paul calls for competition in money.(Inside Track)(Free Competition in Currency Act of 2009)
Publication: The New American (Magazine/Journal)
Date: January 4, 2010
Publisher: American Opinion Publishing, Inc.
Volume: 26 Issue: 1 Page: 8(1)
Distributed by Gale, a part of Cengage Learning
Ron Paul is no ordinary congressman, as this collection of Paul statements on the floor of the House of Representatives proves.His statements are lessons in the Constitution,in history, economics, foreign affairs and other important topics of the day.It is quite fascinating to watch, through these statements, this man of principle deal with a Congress that on a daily basis ignores the Constitution. In these statements, Ron Paul speaks clearly and truthfully about the important issues of the day. If you are following the career of Congressman Paul, you need this book as your guidebook to his thinking.
In 1982, Ron Paul served on the U.S. Gold Commission to evaluate the role of gold in the monetary system. In fact, the Commission was his idea. It was carrying forth a promise made in the Republican platform.
Ron couldn’t pick the members, so from the beginning, the deck was stacked. The majority was dominated by monetarists, who saw gold as too scarce and paper as just fine. Ron Paul’s team was ready, however, with this marvelous minority report.
Rarely has a dissent on a government commission done so much good!
The result was The Case for Gold, and it was the greatest result of the commission. It covers the history of gold in the United States, explains that its breakdown was caused by governments, and explains the merit of having sound money: prices reflect market realities, government stays in check, and the people retain their freedom.
The scholarship and rigor impressed even the critics of the minority. Ron and Lewis Lehrman worked with a team of economists that included Murray Rothbard, so it is hardly suprising that such a book would result.
It still holds up as an excellent blueprint for moving beyond paper money and into the age of sound money. In particular, Ron favors complete monetary freedom to use any commodity as money, to make contracts in any money, and an end to the monopolization and printing power of the Federal Reserve.
There is a strong piece of history in this book. Not since the 19th century has a political figure made such a sweeping and devastating case for radical monetary reform. This congressman ran circles around even the experts at the Fed. A dazzling performance indeed, and an inspiring and learned book.
245 pages, 6″ x 9″, paperback
Libertarian Party Presidential Nominees: Harry Browne, Roger MacBride, Ron Paul, Bob Barr, Michael Badnarik, Ed Clark
Libertarian Books : Free to Choose, Anarchy, State, and Utopia, Ron Paul Bibliography, the Road to Serfdom
This is nonfiction commentary. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Free to Choose, Anarchy, State, and Utopia, Ron Paul Bibliography, the Road to Serfdom, the Revolution: a Manifesto, Enviro-Capitalists: Doing Good While Doing Well, Capitalism and Freedom, in Defense of Global Capitalism, Rights of Man, Human Action, Omnipotent Government, the Anti-Capitalistic Mentality, Socialism, Liberalism, Radicals for Capitalism, End the Fed, the Theory of Money and Credit, Saturn’s Children, Individualism and Economic Order, the Adventures of Jonathan Gullible, the Future and Its Enemies. Source: Wikipedia. Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Anarchy, State, and Utopia is a work of political philosophy written by Robert Nozick in 1974. This minarchist book was the winner of the 1975 National Book Award. It has been translated into 11 languages and was named one of the “100 most influential books since the war” by the Times Literary Supplement. In opposition to A Theory of Justice by John Rawls, and in debate with Spheres of Justice by Michael Walzer, Nozick argues in favor of a minimal state, “limited to the narrow functions of protection against force, theft, fraud, enforcement of contracts, and so on.” When a state takes on more responsibilities than these, Nozick argues, rights will be violated. To support the idea of the minimal state, Nozick presents an argument that illustrates how the minimalist state arises naturally from anarchy and how any expansion of state power past this minimalist threshold is unjustified. Nozick’s Entitlement Theory, influenced by John Locke, and Friedrich Hayek, sees humans as ends in themselves and justifies redistribution of goods only on condition of consent, is a key aspect of Anarchy, State, and Utopia. The book also contains a vigorous defense of libertarianism against more e…More: http://booksllc.net/?id=852930
Chapters: Ron Paul Presidential Campaign, 2008. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 218. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Ron Paul was a Republican Party primary candidate in the 2008 United States presidential election. Initial opinion polls during the first three quarters of 2007 showed Ron Paul consistently receiving support from 3% or less of those polled. In 2008, Paul’s support among Republican voters remained in the single digits, and well behind front-runner John McCain. During the fourth quarter of 2007, Paul was the most successful Republican fundraiser, bringing in approximately 20 million dollars. He also received the most money from the armed services of any candidate in the fourth quarter and, out of all the Republican candidates, he had the most support from black Americans. Ron Paul’s campaign set two fund raising records: the largest single day donation total among Republican candidates and twice receiving the most money received via the Internet in a single day by any presidential candidate in American history. Paul’s run for president is also noted for its grassroots social networking, facilitated by the Internet. Ron Paul’s enthusiatic supporters were noted by the media, who called them “Paulites”. Paul receives most of his contributions from individuals, at ninety-seven percent; compare to other candidates. As of February 5, 2008, Paul had won sixteen delegates to the Republican National Convention, placing him last amongst the four Republican candidates still in the race at that time. The campaign projected on February 6 to have secured at least 42 delegates to the national convention. On March 4, 2008, John McCain earned enough pledged delegates to become the Republican presumptive nominee, but Ron Paul decided to continue his run. On April 29, 2008, Ron Paul …More: http://booksllc.net/?id=10322337