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Kant, Immanuel (1724-1804)

by Ralf Bader

Immanuel Kant provided a systematic treatise of morality that, among other things, relied on reason, noninterference both of government and individuals, and peace.

Biographical

Kirzner, Israel M. (1930-)

by Brian Doherty

Israel M. Kirzner is a noted economist of the Austrian School known most for his work on the role of entrepreneur in the market.

Topical

Kleptocracy

by Tibor Machan

Kleptocracies are those governments that enact policies which take resources from citizens simply for government gain or gain of select individuals and parties.

Biographical

Knight, Frank H. (1885-1972)

by Richard Boyd

Frank H. Knight was an economist whose skeptical writings on economic planning and limited government informed the work of the Chicago School.