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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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How Consumer Sovereignty and Entrepreneurship Work Together

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Blog01/06/2021

Consumers are indeed sovereign, but the reason consumers can exercise their sovereignty is that entrepreneurs have already borne the uncertainty of production to make the goods available for purchase.

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How Murray Rothbard's Theory of Entrepreneur-Driven Progress Can Be Applied to Modern Businesses

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Blog08/05/2020

To succeed, entrepreneurs must demonstrate superior foresight and judgment, and practice continuous dynamic improvement in their assembly and reassembly of assets to serve the consumer.

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Entrepreneurship in the Time of COVID-19

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Blog06/04/2020

It is always a challenge for entrepreneurs to try and predict what customers will want in the future. But now things are even more unpredictable. And government regulations aren't helping either.

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Some Insightful Entrepreneurs Planned for a Pandemic

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Blog05/07/2020

Although many claim "nobody saw this coming," some entrepreneurs planned ahead and also have found ways to cater to customers under new conditions.

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Rothbard on Why We Need Entrepreneurs

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Blog04/20/2020

Capitalists and entrepreneurs serve distinct functions in the real economy. Capitalists save money that then maintains production processes until final goods are produced. Entrepreneurs adjust the capital structure in light of uncertainty to produce the most desired goods. Capitalists are ...

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Government Victims and Entreprenurial Failure: Two Types of Conoranvirus Bankruptcies

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Blog04/14/2020

The coronavirus crisis has unleashed two types of bankruptcies that are very different, have different causes, and should require different solutions.

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

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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

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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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