Israel Kirzner

Israel Kirzner is a leading economist of the Austrian School of Economics. He is professor emeritus of economics at New York University and author of numerous publications, including “Entrepreneurial Discovery and the Competitive Market Process: An Austrian Approach;” The Meaning of Market Process; Discovery, Capitalism and Distributive Justice; The Economic Point of View; and Competition and Entrepreneurship. Kirzner graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA from Brooklyn College. He has an MBA and a PhD from New York University.

Last update: 05/12/2007


Más vídeos de Israel Kirzner



A Conversation with Israel Kirzner
Israel Kirzner, Tibor R. Machan

01 de agosto de 2000

Theory of Capital and Interest
Israel Kirzner

03 de noviembre de 1996

The Idea of Competition in Economics, and Implications for Monopoly Policy
Israel Kirzner

21 de agosto de 1996

Consumer Sovereignty and the Role of Advertising
Israel Kirzner

21 de agosto de 1996

An Austrian Case against Government Regulation
Israel Kirzner

01 de agosto de 1996

The Law of Supply and Demand: A Reconsideration
Israel Kirzner

01 de agosto de 1996

The role of self-interest in Economic Theory
Israel Kirzner

08 de enero de 1996


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