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Mengerian Economics

Edited by Łukasz Jasiński, Alicja Sielska and Krzysztof Turowski

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Abstract: Presenting a wide range of topics and written 150 years since Carl Menger’s Principles of Economics was published, this timely book reviews Menger’s life and theories and explains how his insights on the creation of money are still inspiring and relevant today. Highlighting state-of-the-art results on Menger’s methodology and economic theory, the book expertly analyses key topics such as the debt theory of money, capital wealth and the gender wage gap.

Keywords: Economics and Finance; Politics and Public Policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2023
ISBN: 9781035302888
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 Carl Menger and his philosophical influences , pp 1-20 Downloads
Krzysztof Turowski
Ch 2 Menger's Untersuchungen and the methodological development of the Austrian School , pp 21-41 Downloads
Norbert Slenzok
Ch 3 Carl Menger - an unwitting revolutionary? , pp 42-77 Downloads
Witold Kwa_nicki
Ch 4 Institutional spontaneity and social cooperation , pp 78-86 Downloads
Jakub Bo_ydar Wi_niewski
Ch 5 Debt and the origin of money , pp 87-105 Downloads
Przemys_aw Rapka
Ch 6 Bitcoin from Menger's perspective , pp 106-117 Downloads
_ukasz Jasi_ski
Ch 7 Carl Mengers contribution to capital theory , pp 118-140 Downloads
Eduard Braun
Ch 8 Technical changes in economic development: selected issues in the context of Austrian economics , pp 141-154 Downloads
Robert Ciborowski
Ch 9 Perfect competition and an imperfect world: considerations on the gender wage gap in the light of Carl Menger's theory , pp 155-167 Downloads
Alicja Sielska
Ch 10 Anticommons: a very brief introduction with selected applications , pp 168-181 Downloads
Karol Bolko Zdybel

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