History of the Austrian School of Economics

New Austrian Scholars and the Future

Mises DailyDecember 16, 2014
"The Mises fellowship has been the single most important influence in my development as a scholar," writes Matt McCaffrey in his discussion on being an Austrian economist in academia today. "No other program could have given me the resources I needed to start my career."...

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The New Banner Interview with Murray N. Rothbard

Mises DailyDecember 6, 2014
Michael Oliver witnessed the beginning of the modern anarcho-capitalism movement, meeting Rothbard in the early 1970s. His graduate thesis was on Rothbard's description of a libertarian society and attempted to reconcile Rothbardian thought with the work of Ayn Rand...

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Antipathy for the State Is Not Enough

Mises DailyNovember 26, 2014
In this interview, Jeff Deist discusses taxes, his time working for Ron Paul, members of Congress, and how the Austrian movement is attracting more brilliant people than ever.

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Review of The Concept of Equilibrium in Different Economic Traditions: A Historical Investigation by Bert Tieben

JournalsNovember 19, 2014
In The Concept of Equilibrium in Different Economic Traditions , Bert Tieben offers a full-length, extensive study of the concept of equilibrium that chronicles its four-century evolution from the prehistory of classical economics to the heyday of neoclassical economics and contemporary heterodox...

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The Rothbard-Paul Message

Mises DailyOctober 15, 2014
A young libertarian tells where the liberty movement should go.

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The Birth of the Austrian School

Audio/VideoOctober 9, 2014
This lecture by Joseph Salerno was presented at the 2012 Mises University in Auburn, Alabama. Includes an introduction my Mark Thornton.

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Murray N. Rothbard: The Man and His Work

Mises DailyOctober 9, 2014
Lew Rockwell and Tom Woods discuss Muray Rothbard, his life, writings, students, and career.

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How Carl Menger Put Consumers at the Center of Economic Science

JournalsSeptember 7, 2014
The economics profession acknowledges Menger’s place due to his contribution to the Marginalist Revolution in the 1870s, it otherwise ignores him because his theoretical framework does not lend itself to policy prescriptions...

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The Simple Lives Behind Some Great Minds

Mises DailyAugust 30, 2014
Mises and Rothbard are exemplars of what can be considered a modest life that bore remarkable fruit.

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Jean–Baptiste Say: Revolutionary, Entrepreneur, Economist, by Evert Schoorl

JournalsAugust 21, 2014
This present volume is a full–length biography of Say, and presents a detailed account of the life and intellectual development of the founder of the French Liberal School...

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