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Farewell to the forum...
In lieu of participating in the forum, I've decided to invest my time reading and studying economics (of the Austrian perspective). An hour reading Mises will be more productive for me at this point than an hour in the forum. So much to read, so little time. The year spent in the forum taught me things I would never have learned on my own. No regrets.
Special thanks to Grayson, Esuric, and Jonathan for sharing their excellent command of AE (and other subjects) in this forum.
I believe the debate about the correct business cycle theory is not merely an academic one. Rather, the decision to intervene in the ecnomy by a select few is a matter of life and death for millions of people who are impacted by this decision.
The Crisis of Interventionism - Human Action, Chapter 36
Deficit Financing and Inflation - L. v Mises
The Demand for Money and the Supply of Money
Exchange Within Society - Human Action Ch. 10
The Austrian Theory of the Trade Cycle - Mises
Austrian Business Cycles, Plucking Models, and Real Business Cycles - Cochran
Austrian Business Cycles - Garrison
Understanding the Austrian Business Cycle - Skousen