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Author: Wilhelm-Ropke: 9 records
About Wilhelm Röpke
1899 - 1966
Wilhelm Röpke (1899–1966) was schooled in the tradition of the Austrians and made enormous contributions to the study of political institutions. His powerful anti-Keynesian writings in particular underscore what an outstanding economist he was and the extent to which he was influenced by Mises. Röpke defended sound money and free trade, and attacked welfare. While some consider him a doubter on free markets, he was in fact a passionate advocate of laissez-faire.
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It's hard to say what is the most rare, most hard to find, most buried important book, in the history of the Austrian School. But this splendid and critically important treatise would certainly be among the nominees.
Until this edition, this...
Röpke wrote this book in the late 30s, and it was published in 1942. He explains how the world unraveled the 1930s from a combination of protectionism and monetary destruction. And while his analysis is robust, he also relays what seems to be an...
Some of Röpke's best work has remained long out of print, this book among them. With great sincerity and passion he explains how the old liberals of his generation came to reject war came to reject war as a first principle and then reject so...
One year before the Nazi takeover of Austria, and after Mises had already
accepted a research position in Geneva, a remarkable book began to circulate
in what remained of Vienna's intellectual circles. It was Die Lehre von der
The German Question by Wilhelm Ropke is the book that inspired the postwar economic reform in Germany -- which Ropke himself did not believe had gone nearly far enough. It came out in 1945 in Switzerland, one year after Mises's Omnipotent Governm...
Wilhelm Roepke was schooled in the tradition of the Austrians and made enormous contributions to the study of political institutions.
Here we have collected some of his most powerful anti-Keynesian writings, which, in particular, underscore what...
Wilhelm Ropke The Social Crisis of Our Time...
Wilhelm Ropke 2 Essays by Wilhelm Ropke...
Wilhem Ropke A Humane Economy...