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Austrian Economics OverviewOther Schools of ThoughtValue and Exchange
There is a growing drumbeat from some high-profile economists to reassure Americans that large increases in income and wealth taxes won’t distort labor markets. Yet much of their arguments are very misleading.
What makes a good a good is not the physical thing itself, but the value we find in it because it is serviceable toward some valued end.
Austrian Economics OverviewOther Schools of Thought
Henry Hazlitt's The Failure of the "New Economics" published in 1959, is still the best refutation of Keynesian economics to be found anywhere — sixty years later.
Booms and BustsAustrian Economics OverviewBusiness Cycles
The “boom-bust” cycle is generated by monetary intervention in the market, specifically bank credit expansion to business.
Austrian Economics OverviewSubjectivismValue and Exchange
The concept of economic cost seems to confuse people. It is not the price you pay for a good, but the reason you pay it.
U.S. EconomyAustrian Economics Overview
Austrians will be vindicated, but will they be heard?
Book ReviewsAustrian Economics OverviewHistory of the Austrian School of Economics
Henry Hazlitt's review of Man, Economy, and State published in National Review in September, 1962.
Austrian Economics OverviewOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology
Austrian economics diverges in several important ways from that followed by our colleagues in the mainstream of the profession.
Austrian Economics OverviewHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPhilosophy and Methodology
A sober look at the assumptions underlying neoclassical analysis reveals that they are either not realistic or not applicable in economic analyses of the real world.
Big GovernmentAustrian Economics Overview
Our country is beset by a large number of economic myths that lead us to accept unsound and dangerous government policies.