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MIS. A syllable which prefixed to some word signifies some fault or defect; as, misadventure, misprision, mistrial, and the like.

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Friedrich Hayek counts even more than Mises as a supporter of this line of thought, and many contemporary neoliberals have been influenced by him.
11-12), Friedrich Hayek and Ludwig von Mises. The most contested of the theoretical extensions engineered by Bohm-Bawerk, Hayek and Mises related to their work on the theory of interest.
Originally published in 1952, this volume collects writings by one of the most influential figures of the Austrian school of economics, Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973).
This is the definitive biography of Ludwig Heinrich Edler von Mises, who was born in Vienna in 1881 and died in New York City in 1973.
Mises Capital president and CEO Stephen Johnston was an emerging market fund manager in London, England for almost a decade and believes the political risk discount applied to Colombian oil and gas assets is too high: "In order to encourage foreign investment, Colombia now has some of the best laws and royalty provisions in South America.
The Myth of National Defense: Essays on the Theory and History of Security Production, Hoppe, Hans-Hermann, ed., Auburn: Mises Institute
* L'Algoma University College et le Sault College of Applied Arts & Technology collaborent avec FedNor a la mise sur pied de laboratoires de recherche de pointe, et a l'elaboration de mesures de controle des ressources durables et de methodes de gestion innovatrices dans ce domaine.
As Mises' student Richard Cornuelle, author of an influential book on volunteerism, Reclaiming the American Dream, once told me, "It's hard at this distance to realize, but it was more than contempt [that intellectuals] felt for Mises....They thought he was pushing a vicious, inhuman position that appealed to capitalists but didn't deserve any encouragement.
Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism is much more than a biography of the twentieth century's great Austrian economist.
Hulsmann's biography is a welcome addition to these scholarly accounts of Mises's life and works.