Год издания: 2006
Количество страниц: 232
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Defense of the market and economic freedom has been one of the main objectives of libertarian thinkers. Economists of the stature of Milton Friedman and Gary Becker from the Chicago school of economics and F. A. Hayek and Ludwig Von Mises from the Austrian school of thought are united in this standpoint. Ideas from both of these traditions are often used interchangeably but Liberalism against Liberalism debunks the tendency. With special emphasis on the work of Mises and Becker, Javier Aranzadi illuminates the theoretical and methodological differences between the two schools. The book will have wider appeal to all students and researchers of the history of economic thought.