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Robert P. Murphy

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Works Published inMises ReviewReview of Austrian Economics, Volumes 1-10

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Robert Murphy is an associated scholar of the Mises Institute, where he teaches at the Mises Academy. He runs the blog Free Advice and is the author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism, the Study Guide to Man, Economy, and State with Power and Market, the Human Action Study Guide, The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal, and his newest book, Lessons for the Young Economist.

Chaos Theory

BooksFebruary 28, 2007
Working within a Rothbardian framework, Murphy takes up the challenge of Hans Hoppe regarding the role of market insurance in property security to extend the analysis to the security of person.

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Lessons for the Young Economist

BooksMarch 10, 2011
Murphy's textbook prepares the student for both conventional economic studies in the future, and provides the logical rigor and policy clarity that only the Austrian School perspective can offer...

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Why Money Doesn’t Measure Value

Mises DailyOctober 24, 2014
Robert Murphy explains why people trade goods, and the role of money.

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The Problems with Keynesian Solutions to the Current Depression

Audio/VideoOctober 9, 2014
This lecture by Bob Murphy was presented at the 2012 Mises University in Auburn, Alabama.

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Production and the Market Process

Audio/VideoOctober 8, 2014
In this course, Robert Murphy, author of the study guide to Murray Rothbard's masterpiece, 'Man, Economy, and State', will guide you through the chapters in which the market economy can finally be seen as an integrated system...

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Debate: Government Spending Can Play an Important Role in Boosting Economic Growth

Audio/VideoOctober 8, 2014
The great debate between Keynesians and Austrians enters the digital age with the Mises Academy's first ever online formal debate, between economists Karl Smith (Assistant Professor of Public Economics and Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and Robert P. Murphy (...

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Review of The Austrian Subjectivist Theory of Interest: An Investigation into the History of Thought.,by Ingo Pellengahr

Journals
ngo Pellengahr’s doctoral dissertation, The Austrian Subjectivist Theory of Interest , focuses on one small aspect of these ongoing debates...

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