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Friedman e os Austríacos

One evening during the conference, Milton Friedman came from his summer home in Vermont to join us for dinner and make a few remarks after the meal. Friedman commented that he was delighted to be with us and recalled he had long known both Mises and Hayek, having been a founding member of the Mont Pelerin Society and present at its .rst meeting in Switzerland in April 1947.. But what stood out in his remarks for many of us there was his statement that there are no di.erent schools of thought in economics; there is only good economics and bad economics. Clearly, therefore, in Friedman’s mind, we were on a fool’s errand attending a conference on something called “Austrian” economics.

Andre

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