Lord Keynes and Say's Law

27 min agoMises Daily Articles
Although they never actually refuted it, one of the worst things the Keynesians did was convince some people that they had refuted Say's Law of Markets.

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A Strong Euro Is A Headache for the ECB

Blog3 hours ago
A strong euro is not a problem for any European citizen. But it is a problem for the central bank.

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We Need Bastiat's The Law More than Ever

World HistoryPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog8 hours ago
The solution to the problem of human relationships is freedom, and it thrives most when the role of government is limited.

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Ryan McMaken on Privatized Approaches to Gun Violence

Legal SystemStrategy

02/23/2018Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Ryan McMaken apply market incentives to school security.

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Economists and the Emergence of Antitrust

Monopoly and Competition

Blog02/23/2018
Economists who believe that there was once a "golden age of antitrust" have never produced any evidence of such an age.

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This Bishop Hates Capitalism so Much, He's Praising the Anti-Christian Chinese Regime

SocialismWorld History

Blog02/23/2018
There is a long history of sympathetic Western intellectuals traveling to foreign socialist lands — deciding they've discovered paradise on earth.

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Stop Blaming Mexican Violence on American Guns

Legal SystemWorld History

Blog02/23/2018
It's a myth that most illegal guns in Mexico are from the United States. It's also hard to see how Mexican gun control has helped ordinary Mexicans.

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How Central Banks Stoke Stock Prices

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog02/23/2018
There are two important ways through which the central bank and its effectively inflationary machinations influence stock prices.

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