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Principles of Economics (Large Print Edition) Paperback – Large Print, January 1, 2007
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That being said,it is worth noting that Carl Menger,for many years taught Economics.This is what he taught.This book is divided into eight sections:
1)The General Theory of the Good
2)Economy and Economic Goods
3)The Theory of Value
4)The Theory of Exchange
Catalactics to von Mises.
5)The Theory of Price
6)Use Value and Exchange Value
The average concrete need unit is the general expression for objective use
7)The Theory of the Commodity
8)The Theory of Money
Starting with Menger and carried on with people like von Mises,the Austrians were searching for knowledge beyond economics.They knew economics would pertain to selfish interests.Thus Schmoller's reaction to the Austrians was really no surprise.By the time of Menger's death in 1921,the powers that be in those days were gone.Sadly,this is pretty much all we get from Menger.Sure,he testified in front of the Currency Commission;but he wanted to put more of his academic work in print.This would not be.Nowadays,we would get his lectures on computer or video.He was really that student friendly.