Virtually every department of Economics on Earth forcefully rejects the theories of von Mises and Hayek and their brand of libertarianism. The exceptions are a small college set up by a Latin American dictator in central America, and one college in the GOP heartland of the USA.
I ask because ardent supporters of von Mises are so dominant on P.ie, then surely they must have some kind of opinion as to why this dominance is so lacking in the world's universities.
Why is this deep admiration of von Mises not replicated in Economics faculties around the globe, seeing as the economic arguments he made are re-asserted so repetitively online?
Any Misesians care to hazard an explanation for this disparity between publicity and academic acceptance?
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