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George Reisman

Tags Capital and Interest TheoryMonetary TheoryPricesPrivate Property

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George Reisman, Ph.D., is Pepperdine University Professor Emeritus of Economics and the author of Capitalism: A Treatise on Economics (Ottawa, Illinois: Jameson Books, 1996; Kindle Edition, 2012). See his Amazon.com author's page for additional titles by him. His website is Capitalism.net and his blog is GeorgeReismansBlog.blogspot.com

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Credit Expansion, Crisis, and the Myth of the Saving Glut

Booms and BustsThe FedFree MarketsInterventionism

07/07/2009Mises Daily Articles
The Federal Reserve System and those in charge of it at during the real estate bubble bear responsibility for major harm to tens of millions of Americans.
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Green Jobs?

Corporate WelfareThe EnvironmentInterventionism

04/22/2009Mises Daily Articles
Nothing is easier than to think of things that would require the performance of virtually unlimited labor in order to accomplish virtually zero result. Such is the nature of all job-creation programs.
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Standing Keynesianism on Its Head

Free MarketsInterventionismMonetary TheoryOther Schools of Thought

04/20/2009Mises Daily Articles
Seeking to provide the intelligent layman with sufficient knowledge of sound economic theory to enable him to understand what must be done to overcome the present financial crisis and return to the path of economic progress and prosperity.
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"Change" Under Obama: From Dumb to Dumber and From Bad to Worse

Big GovernmentFree MarketsLegal SystemInterventionism

03/09/2009Mises Daily Articles
In sum, the "change" that Obama promised his mesmerized supporters in the election campaign, and is now in process of actually delivering, is nothing more than change from dumb to dumber and from bad to worse.
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