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George Pickering

George Pickering is a postgraduate student of Economic History at Oxford, and has twice been a Fellow in Residence at the Mises Institute.

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The Relevance of Bitcoin to the Regression Theorem: A Reply to Luther

BitcoinMoney and Banks

07/24/2020Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Does the emergence of bitcoin invalidate the regression theorem? William Luther argues that it does, but Pickering here contends that Luther's view misinterprets the regression theorem.
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The Forgotten Greatness of Rothbard’s Preface to Theory and History

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsPhilosophy and MethodologyPraxeology

07/01/2020Mises Media
Providing the opening for Mises’s great methodological work gave Rothbard the opportunity to set down his perspective on the importance of the praxeological method.
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Review: Beyond Brexit: A Programme for UK Reform

Economic PolicyMacroeconomics

06/29/2020Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
George Pickering reviews the Policy Reform Group's Beyond Brexit: A Programme for UK Reform , a series of essays on the Great Recession and Britain's retreat from the global economy's forefront.
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The Forgotten Greatness of Rothbard’s Preface to Theory and History

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsPhilosophy and MethodologyPraxeology

Blog06/24/2020

Providing the opening for Mises’s great methodological work gave Rothbard the opportunity to set down his perspective on the importance of the praxeological method.

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Who Is on the Shortlist to Lead the Bank of England?

12/05/2019Power & Market

British politics could potentially be very different next year, but a recent shortlist of candidates to replace Mark Carney doesn't provide much hope for Austrians. 

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