A serious and thoughtful series essays on the issues raised by a gold standard, written by leading scholars of the Austrian School of Economics.
A serious and thoughtful series essays on the issues raised by a gold standard, written by leading scholars of the Austrian School of Economics. Writers include Rockwell, Hans Sennholz, Richard Ebeling, Roger W. Garrison, Joseph T. Salerno, Lawrence H. White and Ron Paul. 149 pages with index.
The Gold Standard: Perspectives in the Austrian School (1992; online e-book) . From The Right, Quarterly II, 1(6), 1. (newsletter of Patrick J. Buchanan), p. 1; Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
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Llewellyn H Rockwell Jr. Seminal essays on the ideal monetary system. Includes Murray Rothbard's essay arguing that Mises's regression theorem refutes the Hayekian competitive currency scheme. Hans F. Sennholz surveys the pro-gold monetary writings of Carl Menger. Roger Garrison addresses the Friedmanite criticism that a gold standard is too costly. Richard Ebeling examines Ludwig von Mises's views on gold. Lawrence White merges free banking with the gold standard. And Ron Paul provides a political agenda showing that gold and freedom are inseparable.
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They write from the perspective of the Austrian School. The Gold Standard presents cutting-edge scholarship on the best and most effective monetary system. If you want to understand the gold standard, you need to read this book. Auburn: Mises Institute, 1992.
Llewellyn H. Rockwell. Стр. 139 - Cynics dispose of the advocacy of a restitution of the gold standard by calling it Utopian. Yet we have only the choice between two Utopias: the Utopia of a market economy, not paralysed by government sabotage, on the one hand, and the Utopia of totalitarian all-round planning on the other hand.
The Gold standard : an Austrian perspective. Joe Brocato, Llewellyn H. Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973), heir to the Austrian tradition founded by Carl Menger and developed by Eugen van Bohm-Bawerk, was the preeminent economic thinker of his age. His best-known insight. More).
Murray N. Rothbard Library & Resources. By Llewellyn H. Donate. In any case, as with the gold standard, it might be said that advocating privatization is politically unrealistic, and therefore a waste of time. What’s more, we might say that by continuing to harp on the issue, we only marginalize ourselves, proving that we are on the fringe.