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Man, Economy and State

Man, Economy, and State: A Treatise on Economic Principles
Mises Institute's 2009 2nd edition of Man, Economy, and State (with Power and Market as it was originally written)
Author Murray Rothbard
Country United States
Language English
Genre Non-fiction
Publisher Van Nostrand
Publication date 1962
Media type Print
Pages 1506
OCLC Number 339220

Man, Economy, and State: A Treatise on Economic Principles, first published in 1962, is a book on economics by Murray Rothbard.

When originally published in 1962, the final eight chapters were removed by the publisher; these were later published as Power and Market in 1970.[1] The 2009 edition published by the Ludwig von Mises Institute combines both books in a single volume which provides a discussion of both microeconomics and macroeconomics.

Contents

  1. Fundamentals of Human Action
  2. Direct Exchange
  3. The Pattern of Indirect Exchange
  4. Prices and Consumption
  5. Production: The Structure
  6. Production: The Rate of Interest and Its Determination
  7. Production: General Pricing of the Factors
  8. Production: Entrepreneurship and Change
  9. Production: Particular Factor Prices and Productive Incomes
  10. Monopoly and Competition
  11. Money and Its Purchasing Power
  12. The Economics of Violent Intervention in the Market

Rothbard describes the contents in his preface on pages xciv - xcv.

Publishing history

English

Japanese

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Notes

References

External links

  • Complete text of Man, Economy, and State with Power and Market, by Murray N. Rothbard
  • Man, Economy, and State — Book Review/Summary
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