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(1) (Management Information System) An information system that integrates data from all the departments it serves and provides operations and management with the information they require.

It was "the" buzzword of the mid to late 1970s, when online systems were implemented in all large organizations. See decision support system.

(2) (Management Information Services) See Information Systems.
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Bringing to life the hands-on element of science education emphasized by MISE, Gov.
Thereafter, Mises believed the peace and prosperity the world needed after the war could be brought about only if the public mentality supported "the maintenance of free trade, the abolition of government interference with business, the abandonment of economic nationalism" ([1941] 2000d, 17).
Dictatorships and Double Standards: Jeet Heer Has A Ludwig Von Mises Quote.
It is important to interpret this statement properly, as Mises employs metaphor here, always a potentially dangerous undertaking.
Specifically, the key insight in Mises that Kirzner's work purportedly has sought to "expound and develop" (Kirzner, 2009, p.
The next section examines and critiques the work of Mises and Rothbard on utility theory and the Mises-Rothbard and Kirznerian approaches to choice under uncertainty.
As an illustration of how Mises constructed arguments that incorporated the fundamental concepts of human action, consider the concept of preference.
This volume presents six lectures by Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973), the prominent economist of the Austrian School, delivered in Argentina in 1959 before an audience of business professionals, professors, teachers, and students.
In addition, Mises was a leading contributor to the philosophy of the social sciences, building on the legacy of the classical economists, the early Austrian school, Max Weber's sociology of meaningful action, and the "intentionalist" tradition in continental philosophy.
In what follows, I bring together Adam Smith and Mises to demonstrate the ways in which monetary calculation is the central institution for the extension of social cooperation into anonymity.
Since the Fed was created, notes Lew Rockwell, the president of the Ludwig yon Mises Institute, "the dollar's value has plummeted to less than a penny.