This is not a very sophisticated article (“Muddying the Regulatory Debate” from the Financial Times), but it does give attention to Mises and the Austrians. He presents some weak interpretations of Mises, and this paragraph seems to say that Misesians would propose intervention to downsize the banking system? Maybe I am reading it wrong, but the writing/editing of the piece seems somewhat anemic.
For followers of von Mises, the expansive monetary and fiscal policy that has followed the crisis is wrong. They would advocate a drastic paring back in regulation and the removal of discretion from central banks. Presumably, as they hold that the market would not allow institutions to become too big to fail in the first place, they would support some kind of intervention to make the biggest banks smaller.
See Frank Shostak’s, “Does the Current Financial Crisis Vindicate the Economics of Hyman Minsky?” and Robert Blumen’s “Minsky Having a Moment?“