Individual Lectures

Lectures and presentations by Mises Institute faculty and staff, and lectures by guest scholars and experts.

Robert LeFevre
British lower classes had a rough time until the Industrial Revolution (1760) made both production and freedom possible. Two political revolutions were also begun then: the American Revolution and the French Revolution. For the American Revolution, Life, Liberty, and Property became the three...
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Presented to Mr. Robert L. Luddy, Founder and President of Captive-Aire Systems, Inc., on 2 March 2007. Includes remarks by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., Mark Thornton, Thomas E. Woods, Jr., and Mr. Luddy. The Mises Entrepreneurship Award is given annually to the businessperson exhibiting...
George Reisman
This speech was written by Murray N. Rothbard, and delivered in the 1950s at a Roy Cohn event at which Joe McCarthy was present.
Murray N. Rothbard
Presented at the Michigan Libertarian Party Convention, held in Southfield, Michigan, in May 1989. This selection also includes a question and answer period. Special thanks to Bob Roddis for making this video available.
Jesús Huerta de Soto
Professor Jesús Huerta de Soto reviews the important legacy of the leading thinkers of the School of Salamanca, the Spanish intellectual forerunners of the Austrian School of Economics.
Robert P. Murphy Karl Smith
The great debate between Keynesians and Austrians enters the digital age with the Mises Academy's first ever online formal debate, between economists Karl Smith (Assistant Professor of Public Economics and Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and Robert P. Murphy (Adjunct...