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Hunter Hastings is a member of the Mises Institute, Business Consultant, and co-chair of the Rescue California Educational Foundation. He is also host of the Economics for Entrepreneurs podcast. You can find Hunter’s writings on entrepreneurship at hunterhastings.com.

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David K. Hurst: Managing People-as-Ends and Not People-as-Means

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

10/20/2020Mises Media
Management and organizational frameworks often treat people as means. But people are not means. People are subjects, and they have subjective ends of their own.
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Professor Matthew McCaffrey on the Austrian Definition of Capital and its Application for the Health of Your Business

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

10/13/2020Mises Media
What is capital? Austrian economics has a precise and distinctive definition — unlike business schools and most business publications, books, and columnists.
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Allan Branch: Entrepreneurs Are Authors Writing Their Own Story

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

10/06/2020Mises Media
The great brands and great businesses tell great stories. Entrepreneurship is a story told about life. Hunter Hastings interviews Allan Branch.
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Dr. Per Bylund on the Austrian School versus Business School

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

09/29/2020Mises Media
Dr. Per Bylund wonders if business schools are facing an existential problem. Why do business schools exist?
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Five Active Processes of Austrian Economics That Helped Bob Luddy Build One of America’s Most Successful Entrepreneurial Businesses

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

09/22/2020Mises Media
Bob Luddy explains how the principles of Austrian economics played a part in building CaptiveAire, the US market leader in commercial kitchen ventilation systems.
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