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Between the two World Wars : monetary disorder, interventionism, socialism, and the Great Depression

Author: Ludwig Von Mises; Richard M Ebeling
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Liberty Fund, ©2002.
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Named Person: Ludwig Von Mises; Ludwig Von Mises
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ludwig Von Mises; Richard M Ebeling
ISBN: 0865973849 9780865973848 0865973857 9780865973855
OCLC Number: 50042836
Description: liii, 400 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. Monetary disorder, inflation, and interventionist state (1918-32) --
1. The quantity theory --
2. On the currency question --
3. Remarks concerning the establishment of a Ukrainian note-issuing bank --
4. The Austrian currency problem prior to the peace conference --
5. On the actions to be taken in the face of progressive currency depreciation --
6. The reentry of German-Austria into the German Reich and the currency question --
7. Foreign-exchange control must be abolished --
8. Direct taxation in city and country --
9. Vienna's political relationship with the provinces in light of economics --
10. Viennese industry and the tax on luxury goods --
11. A serious decline in the value of the currency --
12. The abolition of money in Russia --
13. Inflation and the shortage of money: Stop the printing presses --
14. The return to the gold standard --
15. Restoring Europe's state finances --
16. Changes in American economic policy --
17. Commercial and bureaucratic business management --
Part II. The political economy of the Great Depression (1931-36) --
18. The economic crisis and capitalism --
19. The gold standard and its opponents --
20. The myth of the failure of capitalism --
21. Interventionism as the cause of the economic crisis: A debate between Otto Conrad and Ludwig Mises --
22. Planned economy and socialism --
23. The return to freedom of exchange --
24. Two memoranda on the problems of monetary stabilization and foreign-exchange rates --
Part III. Austrian economic policy and the Great Depression (1927-35) --
25. The balance sheet of economic policies hostile to property --
26. Adjusting public expenditures to the economy's financial capacity --
27. Foreign-exchange control and some of its consequences --
28. An agenda for alleviating the economic crisis: The gold parity, foreign-exchange control, and budgetary restraint --
29. An international loan as the "breathing room" for Austrian economic reform --
30. On limiting the adverse effects of a proposed increase in the value-added tax --
31. Foreign-exchange policy --
32. The direction of Austrian financial policy: A retrospective and prospective view --
Part IV. The political economy of irrationalism, autarky, and collective security on the road to war (1935-38) --
33. The cult of the irrational --
34. Autarky: The road to misery --
35. The league of nations and the raw-materials problem --
36. Guidelines for a new order of relationships in the Danube region --
Part V. Austrian economics --
37. The Austrian economists --
38. Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk: In memory of the tenth anniversary of his death --
Part VI. Methodology of the social sciences --
39. The logical problem of economics --
40. The logical character of the science of human action --
Part VII. Economic calculation under socialism --
41. New contributions to the problem of socialist economic calculation --
42. Recent writings concerning the problem of economic calculation under socialism --
43. Economic calculation under commercial management and bureaucratic administration --
Appendix: A Soviet response to Mises --
44. "Anti-Marxism": Professor Mises as a theorist of fascism / F. Kapelush.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Richard M. Ebeling.
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