Israel M. Kirzner received his Ph.D. under Professor Ludwig von Mises at New York University in 1957, and has been on the faculty ever since receiving his doctorate. The author of eleven books, including Competition and Entrepreneurship; Discovery, Capitalism and Distributive Justice (University of Chicago Press, 1973), and The Meaning of Market Process: Essays in the Development of Modern Austrian Economics (Routledge, 1992), editor of five volumes, and author of over a hundred scholarly articles, Professor Kirzner has during his career lectured widely on Austrian Economics at universities and conferences around the world, and has played a leading role in the late twentieth century revival of Austrian Economics.
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