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My Path to the Austrian School of Economics

Austrian Economics OverviewHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog12/06/2019

There is no more stopping the Mises School. And when the truth finally wins out, because only what is true can also work smoothly in the long run, then the hour of the Austrian School of Economics will have come.

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What Would Mises Think about the West Today?

Big GovernmentBiographiesSocialismHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPolitical Theory

Blog10/30/2019

What would Mises think about the current state of the liberal project he laid out 100 years ago?  

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Why Austrian-School Economists Tend To Be Libertarians

History of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog10/26/2019

Austrian-school economics is value-free and is not necessarily in favor of laissez-faire. But the Austrian view of markets and market power tends to push one in the laissez-faire direction.

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Wilhelm Roepke, RIP

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog10/10/2019

In the midst of moral and intellectual decay, Roepke was an inflexible harbinger of the return to reason, honesty and sound political practice.

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In the Battle of Ideas, the Mises Institute Leads the Way

History of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog09/25/2019

Mises did not just proclaim to the masses that civilization was in danger. Rather, Mises dedicated his entire life to educating his fellow man about sound economics and its importance to freedom and liberalism.

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Rothbard Lectures on American History: Lost and Found

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog09/17/2019

While searching through my apartment after a tragic fire, under soot and ash, I found these “lost” Rothbard lectures, recorded at NYU in 1979 and 1980.

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"Libertarian" Is Just Another Word for (Classical) Liberal

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsPolitical Theory

Blog09/12/2019

"Libertarianism" is very much a part of what is now known as "classical" liberalism — the influential free-market ideology of the nineteenth century whose effects and legacy are still felt today.

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Ludwig von Mises’s Human Action: Marking 70 Years of Continuing Relevance

Book ReviewsHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog09/04/2019

The social, political, and economic conditions of our world today give Ludwig von Mises’s treatise a refreshing relevance matched by few other works written over the last century.

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Hayek Was Right, Keynes Was Not An Economist

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog08/29/2019

The General Theory is not a book explaining economics to his followers at all, but a propaganda tool to lead them to his vision of a non-Marxist socialist nirvana.

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