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Carmen Elena Dorobăț

Tags Bureaucracy and RegulationGlobal EconomyLabor and WagesSocialismInterventionism

Works Published inThe AustrianMises Daily ArticleQuarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

AwardsO.P. Alford III Prize in Political Economy

Carmen Dorobăț has a PhD in economics from the University of Angers, and is Assistant Professor of Business at Leeds Trinity University.

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The IMF's Global Tug-of-War

Global EconomyWorld HistoryMoney and Banking

05/10/2016The Austrian
By their very nature, the IMF's policies perpetuate conflict among and within the nations of the world.
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Division of Labor and Society: The Social Rationalism of Mises and Destutt de Tracy

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsPraxeology

03/22/2016Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Ludwig von Mises’s social rationalist views on society, first discussed in Salerno (1990), do not appear to have any precursors in the history of economic thought. The present paper highlights the contributions of a French philosopher, A.L.C. Destutt de Tracy, to the theory of social development as...
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Review of An Outline of International Price Theories by Chi-Yuen Wu

Calculation and KnowledgePrices

08/27/2015Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Wu has written an outline of international price theories that map the theoretical development of international economics. It is a major achievement.
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An International Austrian

Global EconomyHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPhilosophy and Methodology

07/22/2015The Austrian
In this short interview, Carmen Elena Dorobăț, assistant professor of international business at Coventry University, discusses Austrian economics and her work as a summer Fellow at the Mises Institute.
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The Politics of "Free" Trade Agreements

Corporate WelfareWar and Foreign PolicyInterventionismMonopoly and Competition

10/07/2014Mises Daily Articles
Anyone reading modern day trade agreements would not be surprised to discover that they focus less and less on reducing import duties, and more on developing national industries, promoting exports, and ensuring domestic policy space.
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