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Mises Wire Submission Guidelines

The Mises Institute is pleased to accept unsolicited submissions for the Mises Wire. Articles should reflect the mission of the Mises Institute:

The Mises Institute, founded in 1982, is a teaching and research center for the study of Austrian economics, libertarian and classical liberal political theory, and peaceful international relations. In support of the school of thought represented by Ludwig von Mises, Murray N. Rothbard, Henry Hazlitt, and F.A. Hayek, we publish books and journals, sponsor student and professional conferences, and provide online education. Mises.org is a vast resource of free material for anyone in the world interested in these ideas.

As an educational institution, we are interested in articles that explore the scholarship of free markets and the Austrian tradition, and which seek to change the intellectual climate. We are not seeking articles that call for political action such as the passage of specific legislation or the election of candidates.

We seek articles that are approximately 800 – 1,000 words. The longer articles we carry are generally written by our Senior Fellows and other Institute Scholars. If you cannot fit all your ideas into one short article, consider that we prefer two short submissions to one long one.

Articles should be written with a scholarly tone, yet easily grasped by an audience of intelligent laypersons of all ages. Articles should be rich in factual material and evidence backing your assertions. Hyperlinks to sources are preferable to footnotes.

The Mises Institute does not pay authors for articles at this time. Submissions may be sent to Ryan at rwmcmaken@mises.org.