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Israel Kirzner Austrian School Born February 13, 1930 (1930-02-13) (age 81) London, England Nationality American Israel Meir Kirzner (Yisroel Mayer Kirzner) (born February 13, 1930) is a leading economist in the Austrian School. Contents 1 Early life 2 Education 3 Economics 4 Author 5 Orthodox Judaism expert 6 References 7 External links Early life Part of a series on Libertarianism Origins and history Classical liberalism Individualist anarchism Austrian economics Theory and ideals Anti-state · Anti-war Counter-economics Crypto-anarchism Dispute resolution organization Economic freedom Egalitarianism · Free market Free-market environmentalism Free society · Free trade Free will · Freedom of association Freedom of contract Homestead principle Individualism · Laissez-faire Liberty · Limited government Methodological individualism Natural rights Night watchman state Non-aggression Non-interventionism Non-politics · Non-voting Participatory economics Polycentric law · Property Private defense agency Self-governance · Self-ownership Spontaneous order Stateless society Subjective theory of value Tax resistance Title-transfer theory of contract Worker's self management Voluntary association Voluntary society Schools Agorism · Anarcho-capitalism Autarchism · Christian Consequentalist Constitutionalist Deontological Free market · Geolibertarianism Left-wing · Minarchist · Mutualist Paleolibertarianism · Panarchist Propertarianism · Right-wing Socialist · Voluntaryism People Lord Acton · Mikhail Bakunin · Frédéric Bastiat · David Bergland · Walter Block · Murray Bookchin · Harry Browne · Richard Cantillon · Kevin Carson · Gary Chartier · Frank Chodorov · Noam Chomsky · Voltairine de Cleyre · Ed Crane · Joseph Déjacque · Brian Doherty · Richard Epstein · John T. 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Education After studying with the University of Cape Town, South Africa in 1947-48 and with the University of London External Programme in 1950-51, Kirzner received his B.A. summa cum laude from Brooklyn College in 1954, an MBA in 1955 and Ph.D. from New York University in 1957 (studying under Ludwig von Mises). Economics Kirzner's major work is in the economics of knowledge and entrepreneurship and the ethics of markets. He is emeritus professor of economics at New York University, and he is a leading authority on Ludwig von Mises' thinking and methodology in economics. Kirzner's research on entrepreneurship economics is also widely recognized.[1] In 2006, Kirzner received the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research[2] " for developing the economic theory emphasizing the importance of the entrepreneur for economic growth and the functioning of the capitalist process.".[3] Due his contribution to Economic theory, Universidad Francisco Marroquín grant him with an Honorary Doctorate Degree.[4] Also, the faculty of economics from this institution named after him his center of studies for entrepreneurship.[5] Author Some of his works on economics include: "Entrepreneurial Discovery and The Competitive Market Process: An Austrian Approach," Journal of Economic Literature. (March 1997) The Meaning of Market Process, (Routledge 1992) Discovery, Capitalism and Distributive Justice, (Basil Blackwell 1989) Discovery and the Capitalist Process, (Chicago, 1985) The Economic Point of View: An Essay in the History of Economic Thought, (Kansas City: Sheed and Ward, Inc., 1976; [1]) Perception, Opportunity and Profit: Studies in the Theory of Entrepreneurship, (Chicago, 1973) Competition and Entrepreneurship, (Chicago 1973), ISBN 0-226-43776-0. An Essay on Capital, (A.M. Kelley, 1966) Market Theory and the Price System, (Van Nostrand, 1963) Liberty Fund is currently publishing Israel Kizner's Collected Works in ten volumes under the supervision of Peter Boettke and Frederic Sautet. The first volume, The Economic Point of View, came out in December 2009. The second volume, Market Theory and the Price System, is scheduled to come out in May 2011. Orthodox Judaism expert Kirzner is also an ordained Haredi rabbi and Talmud scholar, and serves as the rabbi of the congregation once headed by his father in Brooklyn, New York. He is one of the most famous disciples of Rabbi Isaac Hutner, the late dean of the Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin, where he studied for many years during the same years he obtained his academic training. Kirzner is an authority on Hutner's writings and is one of the few official editors of all sources that Hutner quotes. References ^ http://swopec.hhs.se/iuiwop/abs/iuiwop0678.htm ^ http://www.e-award.org/wfiles/The%20Global%20Award%20for%20Entrepreneurhsip.pdf ^ http://www.e-award.org/web/2006_Israel_M_Kirzner.aspx ^ Honorary Doctoral Degrees at Universidad Francisco Marroquín ^ Kirzner Entrepreneurship Center External links This article's use of external links may not follow Wikipedia's policies or guidelines. Please improve this article by removing excessive and inappropriate external links. (June 2010) Israel Kirzner´s ralated videos at NewMedia Universidad Francisco Marroquín Israel Kirzner's Faculty Page Israel Kirzner's Curriculum Vitae First volume of Israel M. Kirzner's Collected Works edited by Peter Boettke and Frederic Sautet published in 2009 by Liberty Fund Causa Liberal's Collection of Kirzner essay links "Competition, Regulation, and the Market Process: An "Austrian" Perspective," by Israel Kirzner "Producer, Entrepreneur, and the Right to Property," by Israel Kirzner "Mises and His Understanding of the Capitalist System," by Israel Kirzner An Interview with Israel M. Kirzner: Between Mises and Keynes James Ahiakpor (chairman of the Dept. of economics at California State University): Israel Kirzner on Supply and Demand Notes on Kirzner's Competition and Entrepreneurship The Undiscountable Professor Kirzner: Essays on Capital and Interest: An Austrian Perspective Reviewed by Roger W. Garrison Israel Kirzner at the Open Directory Project Peter Boettke makes a case for a Nobel for Kirzner Frederic Sautet comments on Lifetime Achievement Award given to Israel Kirzner Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research given to Israel Kirzner v · d · eAustrian School economists Austrian School influences Frédéric Bastiat • Joseph Schumpeter • G.L.S. Shackle • Max Weber • Knut Wicksell Founders Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk • Friedrich Hayek • Carl Menger • Ludwig von Mises • Friedrich von Wieser Austrian methodology Peter Boettke • Bruce Caldwell • Thomas DiLorenzo • Richard Ebeling • Robert Higgs • Hans-Hermann Hoppe • Murray N. Rothbard • Joseph T. Salerno Austrian macroeconomics Benjamin Anderson • Frank Fetter • Roger Garrison • Gottfried Haberler • Henry Hazlitt • Steven Horwitz • Jesús Huerta de Soto • Ludwig Lachmann • George Selgin • Hans Sennholz  • Mark Skousen • Lawrence White Austrian microeconomics Walter Block • Gene Callahan • Randall Holcombe  • Israel Kirzner • Peter Leeson • Fritz Machlup • Robert P. Murphy Public figures Ron Paul • Peter Schiff • Thomas E. Woods Jr. Persondata Name Kirzner, Israel Alternative names Short description Date of birth February 13, 1930 Place of birth London, England Date of death Place of death