Principles of Economics
by Carl Menger
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute 2007
Number of pages: 328
Carl Menger was the founder of the Austrian School of economics. It was this book that reformulated, and really rescued, economic science. Menger set out to elucidate the precise nature of economic value, and root economics firmly in the real-world actions of individual human beings.
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by Bettina Bien Greaves - Foundation for Economic Education
The book should help teachers of high school economics explain economic principles in the classroom. It contains many suggestions for explaining economics to younger students, as well as material to challenge older students and even adult readers.
by Friedrich A. Hayek - Ludwig von Mises Institute
If you are looking to acquaint yourself with F.A. Hayek's perspective on economic theory, this is the best source. It contains his most profound work on the liberal economic order, and his most penetrating reflections on economic phenomena.
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