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Philipp Bagus

Philipp  Bagus

Philipp Bagus is an associate professor at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. He is an associate scholar of the Ludwig von Mises Institute and was awarded the 2011 O.P. Alford III Prize in Libertarian Scholarship. He is the author of The Tragedy of the Euro and coauthor of Deep Freeze: Iceland's Economic CollapseThe Tragedy of the Euro has so far been translated and published in GermanFrenchSlovakPolishItalianRomanianFinnishSpanishPortugueseBritish EnglishDutchBrazilian PortugueseBulgarian, and Chinese. See his website. Send him mail. Follow him on Twitter @PhilippBagus

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The Commons and the Tragedy of Banking The Commons and the Tragedy of Banking Philipp Bagus 11/12/2003
Should the Productivity Norm Determine Wages? Should the Productivity Norm Determine Wages? Philipp Bagus 05/13/2004
The Problem of Accuracy of Economic Data The Problem of Accuracy of Economic Data Philipp Bagus 08/17/2006
Can Dikes Be Private?: An Argument Against Public Goods Theory Can Dikes Be Private?: An Argument Against Public Goods Theory Philipp Bagus 06/15/2007
The Insolvency of the Fed The Insolvency of the Fed Philipp Bagus 02/05/2009
Iceland's Banking Crisis: The Meltdown of an Interventionist Financial System Iceland's Banking Crisis: The Meltdown of an Interventionist Financial System Philipp Bagus 06/09/2009
The Fed's Dilemma The Fed's Dilemma Philipp Bagus 10/08/2009
The Bailout of Greece and the End of the Euro The Bailout of Greece and the End of the Euro Philipp Bagus 02/11/2010
Have We Crossed the Point of No Return? Have We Crossed the Point of No Return? Philipp Bagus 05/20/2010
The Social Function of Credit-Default Swaps The Social Function of Credit-Default Swaps Philipp Bagus 06/29/2010
The Irish Subjugation The Irish Subjugation Philipp Bagus 11/30/2010
Will There Be QE3, QE4, QE5...? Will There Be QE3, QE4, QE5...? Philipp Bagus 12/31/2010
Two Visions for Europe Two Visions for Europe Philipp Bagus 02/07/2011
The IMF and Moral Hazard The IMF and Moral Hazard Philipp Bagus 06/03/2011
The EMU as a Self-Destroying System The EMU as a Self-Destroying System Philipp Bagus 06/21/2011
Who's Afraid of Deflation? Who's Afraid of Deflation? Philipp Bagus 07/22/2011
The Fed and the ECB: Two Paths, One Goal The Fed and the ECB: Two Paths, One Goal Philipp Bagus 09/09/2011
Three Viennas: Old, New, and Virtual Three Viennas: Old, New, and Virtual Philipp Bagus 11/08/2011
Why Is There a Euro Crisis? Why Is There a Euro Crisis? Philipp Bagus 11/11/2011
The Future of the Euro The Future of the Euro Philipp Bagus 02/23/2012
The Fed's Swap Bailout of the Eurozone The Fed's Swap Bailout of the Eurozone Philipp Bagus 04/10/2012
The Eurozone: A Moral-Hazard Morass The Eurozone: A Moral-Hazard Morass Philipp Bagus 04/17/2012
Is There No Escape from the Euro? Is There No Escape from the Euro? Philipp Bagus 04/23/2012
The Danger of External Debts The Danger of External Debts Philipp Bagus 06/05/2012
Passing the Bailout Buck Passing the Bailout Buck Philipp Bagus 06/15/2012
The Myth of Austerity The Myth of Austerity Philipp Bagus 11/30/2012
The Errors of Keynes The Errors of Keynes Philipp Bagus 02/07/2013
Today’s Wealth Destruction Is Hidden by Government Debt Today’s Wealth Destruction Is Hidden by Government Debt Philipp Bagus 11/21/2013
How the Paper Money Experiment Will End How the Paper Money Experiment Will End Philipp Bagus 12/13/2013
The European Central Bank, Nationalism, and the Euro The European Central Bank, Nationalism, and the Euro Philipp Bagus 09/06/2014
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