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Henry C. Clark

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Henry C. Clark has been a visiting professor in the Political Economy Project at Dartmouth College since 2014. Before then, he taught at Canisius College (where he became professor of...

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Commerce, Culture, and Liberty: Readings on Capitalism before Adam Smith

This volume has collected the best of the best of early economic thought, and thereby has rooted economics in the...

Richard W. Fulmer

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Energy: The Master Resource

This book covers the huge subject of energy, beginning with answers to the most fundamental questions (What is...

Kenneth S. Templeton, Jr.

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The Politicization of Society

This attack shows how statism represents a drive toward de-civilization.

Étienne Bonnot Abbé de Condillac

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Étienne Bonnot de Condillac (30 September 1714 – 3 August 1780) was a French philosopher and epistemologist, who studied in such areas as psychology and the philosophy of the mind.

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Commerce and Government Considered in Their Mutual Relationship

The ideas contained in this book not only have a strong affinity with Austrian economics, but they also had a...

Jennifer Burns

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Jennifer Burns is an Assistant Professor of History at Stanford University, where she teaches courses on American political, cultural, and intellectual history. She graduated from Harvard University magna cum laude...

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Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right

Goddess of the Market follows Rand from her childhood in Russia through her meteoric rise from struggling Hollywood...

Wilhelm von Humboldt

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Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Karl Ferdinand von Humboldt (22 June 1767 – 8 April 1835) was a Prussian philosopher, government functionary, diplomat, and founder of the Humboldt University of Berlin, which...

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Limits of State Action

Humboldt explores the role that liberty plays in individual development, discusses criteria for permitting the state...

E. G. West

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Edwin George West (27 February 1922 - 6 October 2001) was an economist and economic historian at Carleton University interested in the relationship between the state and the education sector....

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Education and the State

Can education be provided entirely by private markets? In some ways, it is a preposterous question, as this seminal...

Troy Vincent

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Troy Vincent is a 2011 graduate of Mises University and has a BS in economics and public policy from Indiana University. He has worked for three years in...

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Tommy Behnke

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Tommy Behnke is an economics major and Mises University alumnus.

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Is the Auto Loan Bubble Ready to Pop?

The housing bubble has been replaced by a number of new bubbles. Among them is the auto loan bubble. Car loans now...

The Problem With "Rules-Based" Monetary Policy

Republicans and conservative think tanks are apparently convinced that the key to improving the Federal Reserve is...

Greg Morin

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Greg Morin is the CEO of Seachem Laboratories which manufactures equipment and chemicals used in the maintenance of saltwater and freshwater aquariums. He holds a PhD in chemistry from the...

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Entrepreneur, Economy, and State

“Austrian insights distill the complexity of what we business owners do down to a very simple mantra: satisfy...

Entrepreneur, Economy, and State: A Conversation with Business Owner Greg Morin

“Austrian insights distill the complexity of what we business owners do down to a very simple mantra: satisfy...