The Homecoming of the Austrian School of Economics after WWII

The Homecoming of the Austrian School of Economics after WWII

By Janek Wasserman

The story of the emigration of the Austrian School of Economics from Vienna to the US in the 1930s and 1940s is relatively well-known. Less discussed are the various ways that the Austrian émigrés attempted to recreate their tradition in Austria after World War II.

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Freud and Tiffany, New York and Vienna

Freud and Tiffany, New York and Vienna

By Elizabeth Ann Danto

At a time when Vienna was to the Western world what New York is today, Louise Tiffany was reading Freud’s newly-published Interpretation of Dreams in German. Twenty years later, Dorothy, the daughter of Louise and Louis Comfort Tiffany, would take her own four children from New York to Vienna for safety and psychoanalysis and for respite from her complicated marriage to Robert Burlingham at its end. They arrived in 1925.

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Freud and Tiffany, New York and Vienna2021-12-14T14:27:03+00:00
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