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Carl Menger

Author Code: GCMX

Born: Feb. 28, 1840 - Nowy Sacz, Galicia

Died: Feb. 26, 1921 - Vienna, Austria

Educated at the University of Prague and the University of Vienna, Menger graduated in 1863 and began working as a journalist in Vienna. In 1866, he achieved his PhD in law, followed by a law degree from the University of Krakow in 1867. He spent some time as an apprentice lawyer, but soon returned to journalism. He became interested in political economy and over the years to 1971, developed his own economic theories. That year he published Principles of Economics. He joined the faculty of the University of Vienna in 1872 and became an associate professor in 1873. In 1876, he was appointed tutor to the Crown Prince and in 1878, Emperor Franz Joseph named him to the chair of political economy. In 1879, he became a full professor. Menger is credited with establishing the Austrian school of economic thought and was a great influence on such economists as Bohm-Bawerk and von Wieser. After spending some time on a commission on Austrian monetary reform, Menger produced a number of papers on monetary policy and theory. In 1903, he resigned his professorship and his writing was dramatically reduced. His other main works include Investigations into the Method of the Social Sciences (1883), Problems of Economics and Sociology (1883), Toward a Systematic Classification of the Economic Sciences (1889) and On the Origins of Money (1892).

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