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Bernardo Ferrero

Bernardo Ferrero earned a double degree in Economics and Politics from SOAS, University of London and received his Master’s degree in Austrian Economics at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. He is a Mises University Alumnus and is currently a PHD Candidate in Economics at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos under the direction of Jesús Huerta de Soto and Philipp Bagus. 

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Rousseau, Guevara, Marx and More: The Moral and Intellectual Bankruptcy of the Left

World History

The moral corruption of many left-wing intellectuals shows itself in verbal ferocity, exhortations to violence, demonization of opponents, and lack of respect for the dignity of individuals.

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What Exactly Is Neoliberalism, and Is It a Bad Thing?

Blog04/10/2021

In his book-length essay on neoliberalism, Alberto Mingardi provides some much needed clarification and explanation of this concept that has long been one of the Left's favored bogeymen. 

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Are Structural Fluctuations Natural or Policy-Induced? Analyzing Mises's and Schumpeter's Contributions to Business Cycle Theory

Business Cycles

10/29/2019Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
A closer look at differences between Mises's and Schumpeter's economic theories suggests that their fundamental divergences have their origin in methodological and epistemological questions.
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The Eternal Struggle Between the Merchant and the Bureaucrat

Global EconomyProtectionism and Free TradeWorld History

Civilization, it ought to be remembered, has been created by those men who have resisted power, not by those who have exercised it.
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