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Encouraging entrepreneurship — not public accommodation — is the key to making more products and services available to everyone.
EntrepreneurshipMoney and Banking
Lucky for Americans in need, Wal-Mart is there to provide the services that government will never be able to do well.
Emperors can rest on their laurels but capitalists never can.
Both workers and elites fear new market and technological innovations. The latest protests are nothing new.
The number of faults that have been alleged against capitalism are without limit. Few have any merit.
Small boarding houses once provided affordable housing for a large number of working-class Americans. They're mostly illegal now.
Whether it be the owner, the general manager, or the head coach, whomever has the final say on draft day is making a judgment in the face of uncertainty that they hope will benefit their organization.
The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurshipInterventionismMonopoly and Competition
We can have a competitive marketplace if government will just get out of the way and stop erecting barriers to creating new businesses and new competitors for established companies.
The EntrepreneurTaxes and SpendingEntrepreneurship
If consumers are free to choose, any entrepreneur focused on serving customers can compete against even huge established corporations. Moreover, the market provides a way to reward the most innovative and customer-centered entrepreneurs.
Capital and Interest TheoryEntrepreneurshipHistory of the Austrian School of Economics
Fetter's neglected work is the source of some of the greatest insights in Austrian economics, and deeply influenced Mises, Rothbard, and others.