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William L. Anderson

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Bill Anderson is a professor of economics at Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Maryland. His Ph.D. in economics is from Auburn University, and he serves as an associate scholar with the Mises Institute. He has published numerous articles and papers on economics and political economy, including articles in The Independent Review, Reason Magazine, The Free Market, The Freeman, Public Choice, The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, and others. He is also a frequent contributor to LewRockwell.com.

The Intolerance Behind Elizabeth Warren’s 11 Commandments of Progressivism

Mises DailyAugust 16, 2014
Only those people with views similar to Elizabeth Warren have rights.

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Austrian Economics and the "Market Test": A Comment on Laband and Tollison

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While criticizing the behavior of Austrian economists, Laband and Tollison assert that their purpose is not to “knock” Austrian economics...

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Review of Against Leviathan: Government Power and a Free Society, by Robert Higgs

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Against Leviathan would be an excellent companion reader for any economics class that deals with policy, and especially a class on regulation and the relationship between government and business.

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The Intolerance Behind Elizabeth Warren’s 11 Commandments of Progressivism

Audio/VideoAugust 29, 2014
Elizabeth Warren outlines 11 Commandments of Progressivism and each requires coercion and politics to succeed, writes William Anderson. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Allan Davis.

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The Methodology of Profit Maximization: An Austrian Alternative

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This paper has incorporated challenges to the dominant neoclassical model that were fashioned by Rothbard and, to a much lesser extent, Baumol.

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