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Richard von Strigl

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Richard von Strigl (1891–1942) studied economics at the University of Vienna under Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk. Strigl was the author of pioneering studies on economic theory, applied economics, capital theory, and the relationship between theoretical and historical research. His work Kapital und Produktion was as a key contribution to technical economic theory. It was first published in 1934 by the former Austrian Institute for Business Cycle Research in its series "Contributions to Business Cycle Research."

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Richard von Strigl on Subjective Value


Economic valuation, as such, is only meaningful when related to the possible employments of an economic good, and such employment can only be carried out by acting human beings.

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On the Problem of Business Cycles

09/20/2011Mises Daily Articles
There are as many causes for fluctuations in economic life as there are external conditions of economizing. Each of these conditions can change and thereby effect a change in the course of the economic process. If the economy is affected to a greater extent, if farther reaching changes prove...
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Capital and Production

Booms and BustsCapital and Interest Theory

This book links Böhm-Bawerk's production theory and Mises's business-cycle theory, and gives a pathbreaking account of the role of consumers' goods within the structure of production.
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Die Okonomifschen Kategorien und die Organisation der Wirtschaft

Philosophy and MethodologyProduction Theory

The original German version of Richard von Strigl's Economic Categories and the Organization of the Economy (1923),
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