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Why "Social" Entrepreneurship Is No Substitute for "Market" Entrepreneurship

EntrepreneurshipPricesValue and Exchange

Blog03/14/2020

Market entrepreneurship is what generates net value in society, whereas social entrepreneurship is primarily the use of that value. 

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The Economy Is Not a Factory—Nor Should We Try to Make It One

The EntrepreneurCalculation and KnowledgeEntrepreneurship

Blog02/08/2020

The economy is not primarily about the adjustment of capital investment across industries and firms, but about the determination of which industries and types of production will exist—and who will be involved in this future production.

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Intellectual Property: Innovation Should Serve Consumers, Not Producers

Protectionism and Free TradeEntrepreneurship

Blog02/06/2020

Innovations aren't very useful unless they serve consumers in the marketplace. Otherwise, we're pursuing innovation for its own sake, and that isn't progress.

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Successful Entrepreneurs Learn from a Constantly Changing Marketplace

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

Blog12/24/2019

Successful entrepreneurial strategy incorporates learning of all types from trial and error. What other choice is there for entrepreneurs, since they are not omniscient or omnipresent in market processes?

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Why So Many Scholars Are Wrong About Consumer Psychology

EntrepreneurshipOther Schools of ThoughtValue and Exchange

Blog12/19/2019

The idea that people are driven by fear of losses more than they are by the potential for gain has attained a sort of dogmatic adherence among behavioral economists. But there's a problem: the theory isn't true.

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Are Entrepreneurs Born or Made?

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

Blog10/05/2019

In The Free Market and Its Enemies, Mises wrote, “Even though you know everything about the past, you know nothing about the future.” This explains that the timeframe and economic constraints at work are vital to the expression of entrepreneurial talents.

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Austrian-Style Entrepreneurship Explains Much of China’s Growth

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

Blog07/22/2019

For centuries, entrepreneurial talents in China were diverted to military wars, political struggles, and government services. But now things are changing.

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Why Modern Economics' Fixation with "Efficiency" Is Dangerous

EntrepreneurshipOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog07/05/2019

Efficiency is backward-looking and static, while value creation is future-oriented and aspirational. 

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Non-Renewable Resources Never Really Run Out

The EnvironmentEntrepreneurship

Blog07/03/2019

Supply, demand, and prices affect human usage of natural resources in such a way that the most scarce and valued resources are economized and preserved. The practical effect is that valuable resources never really run out.

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The Rising Importance of the Austrian School to Entrepreneurs

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurshipHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog07/01/2019

There is a field where Austrians are being heard and where Austrian theory is tremendously influential, and that field is dynamic entrepreneurial capitalism.

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