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Sascha Klocke and Louis Rouanet: Can Austrian Economics Save Europe?

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08/05/2016Sascha KlockeLouis RouanetJeff Deist

Two of the Institute's Fellows—a Frenchman and a German—join Jeff Deist for a freewheeling discussion of the political and economic situation in Europe.

Can Austrian economics revive Europe's liberal tradition, or will statist impulses thwart any hope for liberation from Brussels? And, can the Mises Institute and its fellow travelers have an impact on academia on the continent? Sascha and Louis see hope for optimism, despite the bad news that seems to dominate European media.

Note: The views expressed on are not necessarily those of the Mises Institute.

Contact Sascha Klocke

Sascha Klocke is a PhD candidate in Economic History at Lund University in Sweden and is a member of the Austrian Economics Meeting Europe. Sascha holds an MA in African Studies from Copenhagen University and a BS in economics from Goethe University in Frankfurt, and is a Mises Institute Research Fellow.

Contact Louis Rouanet

Louis Rouanet is currently a PhD student at George Mason University.

Contact Jeff Deist

Jeff Deist is president of the Mises Institute. He previously worked as chief of staff to Congressman Ron Paul, and as an attorney for private equity clients. Contact: email; Twitter.

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