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By Ludwig Von Mises

Professor von Mises addressed himself to a selected factor: what's the crucial distinction among bureaucratic administration via executive and industry administration in a procedure in keeping with inner most possession of the technique of construction? Mises doesn't talk about bureaus or bureaucrats, yet inexorable rules of human motion. He doesn't condemn paperwork, that is the suitable method for the behavior of presidency firms akin to courts of legislation, police departments, and the interior profit provider; despite the fact that, in fiscal creation and distribution, the bureaucratic process is proven to be an abomination that spells common wreck and catastrophe.

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The system is bad, not its subordinate handy men. A government cannot do without bureaus and bureaucratic methods. And as social cooperation cannot work without a civil government, some amount of bureaucracy is indispensable. What people resent is not bureaucratism as such, but the intrusion of bureaucracy into all spheres of human life and activity. The struggle against the encroachments of bureaucracy is essentially a revolt against totalitarian dictatorship. It is a misnomer to label the fight for freedom and democracy a fight against bureaucracy.

In selling a factor of production, namely, their toil and trouble, on the market at the market price to everybody who is ready to buy it, they do not jeopardize their own standing. They do not owe their employer thanks and subservience, they owe him a definite quantity of labor of a definite quality. The employer, on the other hand, is not in search of sympathetic men whom he likes but efficient workers who are worth the money he pays them. This cool rationality and objectivity of capitalist relations is, of course, not realized to the same degree in the whole field of business.

Some American and British businessmen examined the progress of synthetic rubber production in Germany. But as the cost of the synthetic product was considerably higher than that of the natural product, they could not venture to imitate the example set by the Germans. No entrepreneur can invest money in a project which does not offer the prospect of profitability. It is precisely this fact that makes the consumers sovereign and forces the enterpriser to produce what the consumers are most urgently asking for.

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