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Business and Austrian Economics

Call for paper for a special issue on “Business management and Austrian economics”:

BlogDecember 18, 2014

Call for Papers for a special issue on "Business management and Austrian Economics" in the journal:

BFuP - Betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung und Praxis

Das Diskussionsforum für Wissenschaft und Praxis...

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The Remains of the Ruble

BlogDecember 18, 2014

In January 2014, 33 Russian rubles exchanged for 1 dollar. In December 2014, the amount has more than doubled, reaching 77.2 rubles per dollar. At the bottom of it lie the actions of the Bank of Russia. ...

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Join Us in 2015!

BlogDecember 18, 2014

Mark Thornton encourages you to join the Mises Institute.

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Nullification Works: Congress Ends Federal Ban on Medical Marijuana

BlogDecember 17, 2014

Tucked deep inside the 1,603-page federal spending measure is a provision that effectively ends the federal government's prohibition on medical marijuana and signals a major shift in drug policy....

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US National Debt Crosses $18 Trillion

BlogDecember 17, 2014

US National Debt now exceeds $18 Trillion with no end in sight. Will we see national default on the debt or hyperinflation?

The image to the left was the national debt just about 2008!

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Mises Daily Tuesday: New Austrian Scholars and the Future

BlogDecember 16, 2014

Mises Daily Tuesday by Matt McCaffrey: "The Mises fellowship has been the single most important influence in my development as a scholar," writes Matt McCaffrey....

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Mises Daily Tuesday: Should Economics Emulate Natural Sciences?

BlogDecember 16, 2014

Mises Daily Tuesday by Frank Shostak:

The laws of physics can never be absolutely established. For some other law may prove more elegant or capable of explaining a wider range of facts. Hypotheses must be constantly tested. Economics is not like this....

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Bob Murphy and the Case for Private Defense

BlogDecember 16, 2014

Since neither Left nor Right have a serious answer to police malfeasance, we asked the inimitable Bob Murphy to join us and make sense of how private defense agencies might work in an anarcho-capitalist society....

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Next to Repatriate Gold: Belgium and Austria?

BlogDecember 16, 2014

In Europe so far; Germany has been repatriating gold since 2012 from the US and France, The Netherlands has repatriated 122.5 tonnes a few weeks ago from the US, soon after Marine Le Pen, leader of the Front National party of France, penned an open letter to Christian Noyer, governor of the Bank...

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Canadian Housing Bubble

Canadian Housing Bubble: Small Signs?

BlogDecember 16, 2014

Are Rising Subprime Mortgages a Small Sign of Big Things to Come?

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