Bureaucracy #2020

Bureaucracy Ludwig von Mises Bureaucracy Professor von Mises addressed himself to a particular issue what is the essential difference between bureaucratic management by government and market management in a system based on private ownership

  • Title: Bureaucracy
  • Author: Ludwig von Mises
  • ISBN: 9780910884341
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bureaucracy Ludwig von Mises Professor von Mises addressed himself to a particular issue what is the essential difference between bureaucratic management by government and market management in a system based on private ownership of the means of production Mises does not discuss bureaus or bureaucrats, but inexorable principles of human action He does not condemn bureaucracy, which is the appropriatProfessor von Mises addressed himself to a particular issue what is the essential difference between bureaucratic management by government and market management in a system based on private ownership of the means of production Mises does not discuss bureaus or bureaucrats, but inexorable principles of human action He does not condemn bureaucracy, which is the appropriate technique for the conduct of government agencies such as courts of law, police departments, and the Internal Revenue Service however, in economic production and distribution, the bureaucratic method is shown to be an abomination that spells universal ruin and disaster.
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    1. This is just great A masterpiece for mass consumption Mises address to all his fellow men.Despite having been published some 70 years ago, it will probably remain relevant for many years to come unfortunately.It does not delve into the mechanics of inflation and the business cycle that could turn some people off It just explains how the market process works, how the bureaucratic process works and what are the implications of neglecting a causal relationship between the economic organization of a [...]

    2. This book is jam packed with great insights on the inherent failure of bureaucracy Basically, since money is taken by coercion from the taxa payers, there is no sense of knowing whether the goods and services provided for by the state are in any way efficient or not Further, with the absence of the profit motive, the bureaucrat reverts to rigid rules and regulations to guide his her management Bureaucracy has no way to award good management and punish bad management, since there is no market tha [...]

    3. The Bureaucracy analyzes and compares the structural organization in the functionality of private enterprise to bureaucratic agencies and public enterprise The main objective of business administration is to make profit in the most efficient manner in serving the demands of the consumer On the other hand, the main objective of public administration cannot be simply measured in terms of monetary value, so the marketplace has no ability to set any prices and achievement It is impossible to know ho [...]

    4. 3.5 out of 5, but I decided to be nice and round up to 4 5.Firstly, I will say that it was a good treatment on bureaucracy and, specifically, planned economy vs free markets Mises is a good writer and makes persuasive arguments However, that doesn t necessarily mean that his arguments are extremely in depth Given that this book is so short, I m willing to let his brevity on some issues slide, but I will need to read of his work in the future to understand his views on fascism and socialism.Now [...]

    5. Bureaucracy is a classic Von Mises lays out the case for free enterprise clearly His argument is based on the distinction between bureaucratic management and profit management In the latter, the measure of success is profit, pure and simple Firms that cannot satisfy the consumer, that cannot profit, die In bureaucracies, it is much complex There is no single measure of success So, in the end, bureaucrats must satisfy the rules and regulations the governments create to hold them in check.Despite [...]

    6. This was absolutely superb book I think that if people read books like this, world could be much better place Mises make you think about world About how is it possible that in 70 years since this book was written absolutely nothing changed in so called liberal governments.

    7. The book is designed for the average reader and does not require any specialist knowledge It describes some of the absurdities of bureaucracy and bureaucratic management Also confronts bureaucratic management with the management by using the price system free market It also describes the source of the bureaucracy A person interested in free market economics and the ensuing philosophy will not find in it a lot of new information But I recommend that book to all enthusiasts of laissez faire marke [...]

    8. An excellent and short treatise on the subject of bureaucracy Mises establishes the essential difference between business and bureaucracy as a question of whether success can be measured by profit and loss or whether success is defined as the strict adherence of pre established rules He then shows how the character of bureaucracy inevitably gives rise to those negative features of bureaucratization that most spring to peoples minds while also showing that the trend toward bureaucratization is in [...]

    9. Great fun and a very well written I recommend this to anyone wanting to understand liberty Several quotes that I want to share but will only choose one in hopes that others might grab this book and consume it s contents The aim of the popularization of economic studies is not to make every man an economist The idea is to equip the citizen for his civic functions in community life.The conflict between capitalism and totalitarianism, on the outcome of which the fate of civilization depends, will n [...]

    10. In Bureaucracy, Ludwig von Mises argues throughout the book that economic and personal freedom has been consistently coerced by the State through the gradual expansion of bureaucratic management Though citizens feel this coercion through the subtle squeezing of their pockets, it is very rare to find someone who knows the details how it is being done I think the book will give us such ability to distinguish the voice of freedom from the counterfeit oneseedompeaceprosperityspo

    11. Mises adds a fresh new perspective for anyone who wants to learn about the mystic question What is bureaucracy Trying to make bureaucracy something that it is not and will never be, an effective and efficient system, is a flaw that many of us thought over and over again Some interesting concepts are shown like the difference between bureaucratic and profit management, why bureaucracy economic calculation is not possible and how it destroys the possibilities of change and growth.

    12. Skv l Ostatn jako v dy Brilantn podan rozd ly v principech fungov n tr n ho vs byrokratick ho prost ed a v ech d sledk z nich vypl vaj c ch Pops n intervencionalismu regulace plod dal regulace, m se rozt spir la omezov n individu ln ch svobod , jako zp sobu postupn ho dokr en k totalit a socialimu, je kr sn a srozumiteln pod no i neekonom.

    13. Fantastic book If it weren t for all the references to the nazis as in, they still existed in this pre WWII world , you would think it was written six months ago Very clearly outlines the capitalism vs socialism debate and lays out why bureaucracy itself though not necessarily the bureaucrats themselves is to be avoided when possible.

    14. Great work by Von Mises, explaining the differences between bureaucratic and profit management, and the advantages and disadvantages of both with a focus on the bureaucratic forms of government and operations of large industries.

    15. Correctly describes how state involvement in business leads to business become increasingly like an unaccountable bureaucracy.

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