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2020 | 1(18) | 106-118 (13)
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ODBIÓR IDEI SZKOŁY AUSTRIACKIEJ W NIEMCZECH I W AUSTRII

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RECEPTION OF THE IDEA OF AN AUSTRIAN SCHOOL IN GERMANY AND AUSTRIA
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This article is an attempt to analyze the reception of the Austrian School in Austria and Germany in general. The article aims to present the attitude of German and Austrian scientists and political leaders to the liberal ideas presented by the Austrian School. The author has discussed the birth of the Austrian School, methodenstreit, and the causes of the gradual removal of the heritage of Carl Menger and his successors from Austria.
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106-118 (13)
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  • e-mail: szab12@interia.pl, ORCID ID: 0000-0003-4738-979X
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