Capital and Interest Theory

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Is There a Difference Between Economic Power and Political Power?

Capital and Interest TheoryPolitical Theory

Blog05/24/2018

Critics of capitalism are often confused by the difference between political and economic power. 

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Why the Cleveland Browns Need More than Draft Capital to Be Successful

The EntrepreneurMedia and CultureCapital and Interest Theory

Blog04/26/2018

The Cleveland Browns enter this year's NFL draft with a tremendous capital advantage to other teams. That's not enough to guarantee their success. 

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Fake Women and Phony Interest Rates

Capital and Interest TheoryMoney and Banking

Blog02/15/2018
Today's central-bank induced low, low interest rates are making massive debt look much more attractive than it should.

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A New Collection on Austrian Economics

Calculation and KnowledgeCapital and Interest TheoryOther Schools of ThoughtProduction Theory

Blog01/01/2018
This collection provides an overview of several promising developments relating to core problems in Austrian economics.

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The Fed's Fantasy on Neutral Interest Rates

The FedCapital and Interest Theory

Blog12/11/2017
The Fed is trying to establish a level of interest rate that corresponds to the conditions of the free market. Unfortunately, this is impossible.

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Capital As a Form of Charity

Labor and WagesCapital and Interest Theory

Blog11/13/2017
Both fact and logic seem to support the view that savings invested in privately owned economic tools of production amount to an act of charity.

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Mainstream Economists Don’t Even Get Their Dimensions Right

Capital and Interest Theory

Blog11/03/2017
Economists often discuss capital and interest, assuming that “interest equals the marginal product of capital” when in fact that is simply wrong.

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Week in Review: July 15, 2017

EducationThe FedMedia and CultureSocialismCapital and Interest Theory

Blog07/14/2017
Janet Yellen headed to Congress this week to insist that everything is fine — and the Fed doesn't need any oversight.

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Capitalism Is About Working Less to Earn More

Labor and WagesCapital and Interest Theory

Blog05/31/2017
If working is the price we pay to obtain things we want, then economic progress means decreasing this price thanks to continued productivity growth.

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