Eugen Böhm Ritter von Bawerk (born Eugen Böhm, 12 February 1851 - 27 August 1914) was an Austrian economist who made important contributions to the development of the Austrian School of economics.
Ludwig von Mises Institute
Editorial essay for volume II, number 1; discusses those who influenced Turgot and those influenced by him
Broad biographical essay, including Böhm-Bawerk relationships with Menger, von Mises and Schumpeter, and his two major works
Lengthy biographical essay on Mises, including details on Menger and Böhm-Bawerk
Explains some of the major tenets of the Austrian school -just two decades after publication of its seminal treatise, contrasting them with the views of classical economics and the historical school; paper solicited by the editors of the magazine
3 volumes: History and Critique of Interest Theories, Positive Theory of Capital, and Further Essays on Capital Interest. Electronic text based on 1890 translation, available at The Library of Economics and Liberty.
- ISBN 0910884072: Hardcover, Libertarian Press, Boxed set, 1959
- ISBN 0910884080: Hardcover, Libertarian Press, 1959
- ISBN 0910884099: Hardcover, Libertarian Press, Volume I, 1959
- ISBN 0910884102: Hardcover, Libertarian Press, Volume II, 1959
- ISBN 0910884110: Hardcover, Libertarian Press, Volume III, 1959
Extract from Volume I, Chapter XII, of Capital and Interest
- ISBN 091088403X: Paperback, Libertarian Press, 3rd rev edition, 1975
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