Under Sheldon Richman's excellent editorship, The Freeman's September issue celebrates the 60th anniversary of Mises's Human Action with articles by Boettke, Leeson, Kirzner, and Greaves among others. Sheldon's introduction along with links to the various articles is here. (The issue also includes an "It Just Ain't So" piece by yours truly on the claim that we are "saving too much.")
Two brief comments on the Mises appreciations.
1. Kirzner's is a recapitulation of the main theme of his FEE lecture that I posted the other day and was the subject of some critical back and forth. I suggest folks read this piece alongside his talk to get the full picture.
2. For those who think the two Petes are somehow anti-Misesian, a read of both of their contributions will clear up that fallacy. And Pete L nicely links one of the core insights of Human Action to his own research program in the endogenous evolution of rules and social cooperation. Both Petes also note how that book is the core of the courses in Austrian economics that they teach.
Thanks to Sheldon and FEE for the celebratory issue. I also happen to know that FEE filmed a whole series of short video interviews with Austrian economists reflecting on the meaning Human Action had for them. I'll let you know when those are up.