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InflationMonetary TheoryOther Schools of Thought
Price inflation is so difficult to predict, because there are so many moving parts: money supply, demand, money velocity, and supply of goods and services.
History of the Austrian School of EconomicsMonetary Theory
In the latest installment of Understanding Money Mechanics, Robert Murphy explains what Bitcoin is, how it works, and how it fits into Misesian monetary theory.
Booms and BustsInflationMonetary TheoryOther Schools of Thought
Brazilian journalist André de Godoy interviews economist and Mises Institute scholar Antony Mueller on the nature of money, banking, and prices.
The FedMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Why do we have money in the first place? Where does it come from, and what determines its form? What qualities make for a good money? What role do banks play—is it something other than what money itself does for us?
Monetary TheoryMoney and BankingValue and Exchange
Contrary to the popular way of thinking, setting in motion a consumption unbacked by production through monetary pumping will only stifle economic growth.
Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Joe Weisenthal is questioning whether people should be able to deposit their money in a checking account and be paid interest on it — Rothbardians have been saying that for decades.
The FedU.S. EconomyMonetary Theory
Shelton has been condemned by "experts" from both sides, but anybody who would liken the Fed to the Soviet central planners is an independent thinker worth considering.
Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and BankingOther Schools of Thought
Keynesian economics is the economics of debt-addicted, lower-class spendthrifts: modern governments.
Money and BanksHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsMonetary Theory
Among the fallacies Mises debunked in his first book were those of the chartalists - the predecessors of Modern Monetary Theory.
It's not really true that governments can always just print money to pay off their debts.