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Ludwig M. Lachmann

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Ludwig Lachmann (1906–1990) was a German-born member of the Austrian School of economics. He studied at the London School of Economics in the 1930s, taught at the University of Wiwatersrand in South Africa, and wrote seminal material on Austrian capital theory.

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An Interview with Ludwig Lachmann

BiographiesCapital and Interest TheoryPhilosophy and Methodology

07/30/2014Austrian Economics Newsletter
Volume 1, Number 3 (Fall 1978) Professor Ludwig M. Lachmann, one of the most prominent members of the Austrian school, has centered his long and productive career around the importance of subjectivism in economics. From his early work on the role of expectations to his more recent endeavors in...
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On the Recent Controversy Concerning Equilibration

Calculation and Knowledge

07/30/2014Austrian Economics Newsletter
Volume 1 (Fall 1979) Lawrence H. White Ludwig M. Lachmann In the Spring 1979 issue of this newsletter Lawrence H. White comments on "a controversy sparked by Professor Lachmann's thought which has arisen in Austrian circles over the question of general equilibration." I have thus far refrained from...
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The Market and the Distribution of Wealth

Free MarketsEntrepreneurship

11/30/2011Mises Daily Articles
What is of great economic interest is not the mode of distribution at a moment of time but its mode of change over time.
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