Jesús Huerta de Soto


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in Madrid, Spain
December 23, 1956

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Jesús Huerta de Soto Ballester (Madrid, 1956) is a Spanish economist of the Austrian School. He is a professor in the Department of Applied Economics at King Juan Carlos University of Madrid, Spain and a Senior Fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

Huerta de Soto received a bachelor's degree in economics in 1978 and a PhD in economics in 1992, from Complutense University. His MBA in actuarial science is from Stanford University, 1985. In 2000 he became a full professor of Political Economy at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid.

Huerta de Soto was Editor of seven volumes of the Spanish language version of the University of Chicago Press's The Collected Works of F.A. Hayek. In that capacity, he was responsible for bibliographies, footnot
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“The essential difference between rich societies and poor societies does not stem from any greater effort the former devote to work, nor even from any greater technological knowledge the former hold. Instead it arises mainly from the fact that rich nations possess a more extensive network of capital goods wisely invested from an entrepreneurial standpoint. These goods consists of machines, tools, computers, buildings, semi-manufactured goods, software, etc., and they exist due to prior savings of the nation's citizens. In other words, comparatively rich societies possess more wealth because they have more time accumulated in the form of capital goods, which places them closer in time to the achievement of much more valuable goals.”
Jesús Huerta de Soto

“Podnikání je výrazným fenoménem reálného světa, jenž je ve stavu věčné nerovnováhy, a nemůže tudíž hrát žádnou roli v rovnovážných modelech přitahujících pozornost neoklasických autorů.”
Jesús Huerta de Soto, The Austrian School: Market Order and Entrepreneurial Creativity

“Jasně tak vidíme, že oproti většině neoklasiků rakouští teoretici věří, že ekonomická omezení nejsou determinována objektivními jevy či materiálními faktory vnějšího světa (například zásobami ropy), nýbrž lidskými podnikatelskými znalostmi (vynález karburátoru schopného zdvojnásobit účinnost spalovacích motorů má stejný ekonomický dopad jako zdvojnásobení všech existujících zásob ropy). Rakušané tak nepovažují výrobu za přírodní, fyzikální, vnější jev, ale naopak za intelektuální, duševní fenomén.”
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