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Hayek's magnum opus _The Constitution of Liberty_ will celebrate 50 years in print next year.

Let's hope folks notice.

Just out of curiosity, what was the most important issue of Political Economy to both Mises and Hayek?

You mentioned Greaves. I assume that is Mrs. Greaves, Bettina Bien-Greaves.

Hope you'll ask her to weigh in on the question of whether Mises was an amateur or professional economist, and of his treatment by the profession. She surely knows more about that than any living person.

Greg,

I know that Liberty Fund already has at least one conference dedicated to that anniversary.

Has anyone written a brief on Kirzner for the Nobel Prize committee for Economics?

These prizes don't happen by accident.

No economist comes close to deserving the prize as much as Kirzner.

Leeson's article gets me excited about getting started on Mises as an economist and sociologist.

Yes, the article is by Bettina Bien Greaves.

Thank you, Steve!

What edition of Human Action do folks think is best? The Liberty Fund edition, the LvMI edition or some other one?

Mr Richman,

I believe you are an old timer, going back to the days of Mises, and could shed some light on the question of whether he was an amateur or professional economist, and of his treatment by the profession.

Sure would like to hear from Mrs Greaves too.


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