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Against All Odds, Chinese Entrepreneurs Succeed around the World

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Blog01/23/2023

Hindered by government in their home country, Chinese entrepreneurs have excelled overseas.

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Australia: The Nation Founded by British Convicts Embraced Entrepreneurship

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Blog01/14/2023

Australia is famous for its laid-back culture and for being founded by convicts from Great Britain. It also should be famous for its embrace of entrepreneurship.

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Leviathan Devours Free Range Entrepreneurs

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Blog12/14/2022

In the name of "protecting workers," progressive legislators put people out of work. For their own good, of course.

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Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries: Still a Work in Progress

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Blog08/18/2022

Entrepreneurship is the key to real development, but cultural attitudes are often a significant barrier to entrepreneurship in the developing world.

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Economies Cannot Produce Wealth without Patience and Long-Term Horizons

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Blog08/04/2022

People decrying poverty in developing countries usually overlook the fact that there is a dearth of long-term economic thinking.

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Entrepreneurship Should Be the Goal, Not White-Collar Jobs

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Blog07/05/2022

Many of the best-known civil rights leaders eschewed entrepreneurship, emphasizing that blacks seek employment in the professions and government jobs.

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Market Success Is about Giving People What They Want

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Blog06/11/2022

Progressives believe that economies should be run by high-IQ "experts." But successful market economies require entrepreneurs with an idea and the willingness to face uncertain economic conditions.

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Modern Portfolio Theory: Economics without Praxeology

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Blog03/12/2022

Modern portfolio theory, while popular with many economists, runs into serious problems when examined through the lens of Austrian economics

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Quantitative Methods Are Incomplete When Used for Economic Analysis

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Blog03/09/2022

Modern economics claims that quantitative methods are central to understanding economic analysis. Mises demonstrated why this belief is untrue.

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European Government Expansion Did Not Expand the Job Markets

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Blog02/15/2022

Massive "fiscal stimulus" programs by European governments failed to reduce unemployment. The latest buzzword from the Continent is the "entrepreneurial state," based upon the delusion that government spending and regulation are responsible for wealth creation by private entrepreneurs.

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