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Carl Menger on time and entrepreneurship

Abstract : Carl Menger is remembered less for his analysis of entrepreneurship (which in the following analysis refers to his fundamental notions related to the nature of business practice) than for his views on matters like money, individualism or the nature of institutions (there are exceptions to this subdued interest, such as Kirzner 1978). However, these issues are related and a long-debated notion among Austrians, namely time, relates investment, entrepreneurship, uncertainty and Menger’s tentative quasi-anthropology (kept in his notes). This paper conscientiously investigates those issues through Menger’s views on the notion of time.
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Gilles Campagnolo. Carl Menger on time and entrepreneurship. European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, In press, pp.1-19. ⟨10.1080/09672567.2022.2111451⟩. ⟨hal-03779379⟩

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