Who is Juan de Mariana?

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

1 hour agoAudio/Video
Lucas Engelhardt explains the many contributions of an early precursor to not only the Austrian school but to the whole of economic thought.

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Deutsche Bank's Troubles Raise Worries About the Future of the Euro Zone

Blog3 hours ago

Big banks like Deutsche Bank have the potential to take an entire economy hostage: When they get into trouble, they can drag everything down with them.

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Stop Using Suicides to Push for Bigger Government

HealthTaxes and SpendingU.S. History

Blog06/18/2018

Recent media coverage suggests more government spending and more government control is the only "solution" to rising suicide rates in America.  

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Voting with Our Feet? Local Government "Services" and the Supposed Tiebout Effect

Media and CultureStrategyU.S. History

06/18/2018Mises Daily Articles
Because they have guaranteed income through taxes, competition among political jurisdictions is not like competition among private firms.

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Balanced Budget Amendments Are Useless: Limit Taxes, Debt, and Spending Instead

StrategyTaxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

Blog06/18/2018

The Colorado constitution mandates voter approval of tax increases, and controls spending growth. If only we had something similar for the feds.

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"Windfall Profits" Aren't a Problem

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

Blog06/16/2018

Once it is understood that profits and losses evolve from the changing values of consumers, it becomes obvious that abolishing windfall profits or windfall losses is impossible.

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Subjective Value Is not Arbitrary Value

SubjectivismValue and Exchange

Blog06/16/2018

The prices of goods are not set mechanically by some kind of supply-demand curves but by the goal-seeking choices of individuals.

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The EU is Rotting (and Its Banks are Insolvent)

Financial MarketsGlobal EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog06/16/2018

The EU’s precariousness will only be fully exposed by the next credit crisis and the ECB’s response to it, which will end up collapsing the euro.

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