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Quantitative Methods in Economics Can Describe—but Not Explain—Events

Philosophy and MethodologyPraxeology

12/19/2020Mises Media
Human action cannot be analyzed in the same way that one would analyze objects. These quantitative methods do not improve our knowledge of the driving causes in economics.
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The Fed

11/04/2019Mises Media
Presented at Jekyll Island, Georgia, in September 1986.
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Biographies

10/28/2019Mises Media
Lew Rockwell and Paul Cantor answer audience questions at the 2019 Supporters Summit in Los Angeles, California.
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Big GovernmentFree MarketsStrategyU.S. Economy

05/24/2016Mises Media
Audience questions with Walter Block, Ryan McMaken, and Jeff Deist, at the 2016 Mises Circle in Seattle
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Media and CulturePolitical Theory

10/03/2015Mises Media
Speaker panel featuring Rev. Larry Beane, Tom DiLorenzo, and Jeff Deist.
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Media and CulturePolitical Theory

10/03/2015Mises Media
Speaker panel featuring Lew Rockwell, Tom Woods, and Jeff Deist.
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The Police State

01/24/2014Mises Media
Recorded at the Mises Circle Southwest Regional in Houston, 18 January 2014. Featuring Ron Paul, Lew Rockwell, Tom Woods, and Jeff Deist.
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Austrian Economics Overview

06/21/2013Mises Media
Some responses to questions included: Trends in economics are dangerously negative. Keynesians are more unrealistic than ever. Mises says you only have two choices in coordinating resources: socialism or capitalism. Prohibition of drugs leads to violence and death.
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Big GovernmentFree MarketsAustrian Economics Overview

02/27/2011Mises Media
The Mises Circle in Naples, Florida. Recorded 26 February 2011.
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QE2 and Egypt

HealthWar and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryInterventionismProduction Theory

02/17/2011Mises Media
Higher food prices set off the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt and the mass protests in countries like Algeria, Jordan, Yemen, Bahrain, and Iran. People in these countries buy more unprocessed foods and spend a much higher percentage of their income on food, so they have been severely impoverished...
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