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MISEmean integrated squared error
MISEMerck Institute for Science Education
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MISEMechanized Infantry in a Smoke Environment
MISEMember of the Institute of Security Executives (Australian organisation of professional security managers and executives)
MISEMaersk Iternational Shipping Education
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Working together, MISE and NPS will develop a five-year strategic plan to establish benchmarks for progress.
To fulfill our promise to pave paths for success for all Elizabeth students, the Elizabeth School District is pleased to partner with MISE because of its proven track record in helping educators reinvent science education," said Thomas G.
During the first half of the twentieth century, Ludwig von Mises was deeply involved in the economic policy problems of his time, working as a policy advocate for the Vienna Chamber of Commerce (Kammer) and the Geneva Institute for International Studies.
In Vienna in 1920, meanwhile, leading Austrian school economist Ludwig von Mises elaborated the socialist calculation problem: whether economic resources can be allocated efficiently in a planned economy.
In correspondence to Emil Lederer, Mises affirms that
Von Mises argued that government can't make accurate judgments in the complex human marketplace because government officials don't have the knowledge to make millions of economic decisions every day better than the consumers themselves:
In previous works we have distinguished Kirzner's understanding of entrepreneurship as discovery from the "judgment" approach that we associate with Mises and Frank Knight, and that we have developed in our own writings (Foss and Klein, 2005; Foss, Foss, Klein, and Klein, 2007; Foss, Foss, and Klein, 2007; Klein, 2008b).
But by the late 1940s Mises was well integrated into an emerging network of American libertarians.
Mises Capital has also agreed to participate with its partners in the drilling of two additional wells on this block, which when completed will earn the company a 47.
Figure 6 shows the correlation of Von Mises at the ball to PCB and ball to package substrate interfaces with eutectic solder and lead-free solder.
His thought owed much to the Austrian free-market school; like Mises and Friedrich Hayek (1899-1992), he grasped the modern market economy's incredible capacity to synchronize the activities of multitudes of persons and its need for reason, peace, and freedom if it is to operate effectively.
In an age when mathematics and macro variables were overtaking the discipline, Mises saw economics as a logical and deductive science based on individual human choice.