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Israel Kirzner

Israel Kirzner (1930 - ) is a leading economist in the Austrian School.

He received his PhD in economics in 1957 from Brooklyn College[?] in New York, when he was studying under Ludwig von Mises. His major work is in the economics of entrepreneurship and ethics and economics. He is a professor at New York University.

Some of his major works include:

  • "Entrepreneurial Discovery and The Competitive Market Process: An Austrian Approach," Journal of Economic Literature (March 1997)
  • The Meaning of Market Process(Routledge 1992)
  • Discovery, Capitalism and Distributive Justice(Basil Blackwell 1989)
  • Competition and Entrepreneurship(Chicago 1973).

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