Can anyone recommend books on applying the lessons of Austrian Economics in business and or financial planning?
Peter Schiff and Jim Rogers are probably the two most well-known go-to guys for this. Marc Faber is another. Click for their respective websites.
Frank Shostak (adjunct scholar at the Mises Institute) runs a consulting firm, Applied Austrian School Economics, that actually provides in-depth assessments and reports of financial markets and global economies from an Austrian perspective.
There is a "personal finance" section in the Mises Store, and it's mostly comprised of Rogers' titles. Schiff also has a couple of books on the subject, namely Crash Proof 2.0 and The Little Book of Bull Moves.
But others have asked this question in the past. You might check out those threads:
I'd like to use Austrian Economic analysis to become an evil speculator.
Begining an adult life - How do I protect my meager wealth??
Seeking investment advice
Inflation, Austrian economics and investment
How do Austrian Economists pick stocks?
Books for investing?
"Is There Such a Thing as Austrian Investing?"
"Applied Value Investing, Austrian Style"
Austrian Economics and Value Investing
Primer in Austrian Economics and investing
"Ludwig von Mises, Meet Benjamin Graham" (PDF)
Interview with Peter Schiff
"Stock Investing for Dummies"
"Pursuing a Vocation in Austrian Economics" (not specific, but somewhat related anecdote)
Mises Circle: "Austrian Economics and the Financial Markets" (2010)
Supporter Summit: "Austrian Economics and Financial Markets" (2005)
Author's Forum: "Applied Investing"
Austrian Economics and Investing
Thank you for the recommendations and links.