The NFL Draft and the Division of Labor

Free MarketsInterventionism

47 min agoMises Daily Articles
The division of labor allowed Mel Kiper Jr. and Joel Buchsbaum to create a niche doing what they love: writing football draft reports.

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ESPN is a Reminder That on the Market, No One Is Too Big to Fail

Free MarketsMedia and Culture

Blog3 hours ago
If ESPN wants to regain its dominance, it must return to what built it in the first place: giving consumers the sports content they want.

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Atlanta Fed Cuts Q1 GDP Forecast

The FedGlobal Economy

6 hours agoFedWatch
Once again the Atlanta Fed's GDPNow forecasting model has been cut, reflecting a sharp challenge to the Fed's "healthy economy" narrative.

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Are Oil Prices to Blame for the Venezuelan Crisis?

Global EconomyWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

The Venezuelan crisis is anything but a crisis caused by the fall in oil prices.

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Mises on Open Borders

World HistoryPolitical Theory

Ludwig von Mises supported “liberal nationalism,” one of the most important political movements of the 19th century.

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Herbert Spencer Explains the Difference Between Politics and Private Enterprise

BiographiesPolitical Theory

Blog18 hours ago
Spencer realized that it is "an absurdly utopian hope" that government agents will be less abusive than market actors.

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Gary Cohn for Fed Chair?

The Fed

04/26/2017FedWatch
Wall Street rumors are swirling that former Goldman CEO Gary Cohn could replace Janet Yellen as Fed Chair.

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Was J.B. Say an Austrian Economist?

BiographiesWorld HistoryHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog04/26/2017
Jean-Baptiste Say, along with A.R.J. Turgot and Frédéric Bastiat, helped pave the way for Austrian economics.

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