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Austrian School

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  • austrian school — noun Usage: usually capitalized A & sometimes capitalized S : the proponents of and adherents to the economic theories developed by Karl Menger (1840 1921), Friedrich von Wieser (1851 1926), and Eugen Böhm Bawerk (1851 1914) of Vienna, Austria,… …   Useful english dictionary

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