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Jeremie T.A. Rostan

Jérémie T.A. Rostan is "agrégé de philosophie." He teaches philosophy and economics in San Francisco, California. He wrote a study guide to Carl Menger's Principles of Economics, prepared in 2008 for distribution through PDF

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It Is Not the Aggregate Demand, Stupid!

The FedFree MarketsBusiness CyclesInterventionism

05/04/2010Mises Daily Articles
"The very idea of a shortage of aggregate demand is absolutely meaningless."
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Is America Struggling with Hunger?

HealthU.S. HistoryEntrepreneurshipInterventionism

10/28/2009Mises Daily Articles
"Thus, the famous 'one-in-eight' hungry Americans include all Americans living in households that, until 2005, were described as food insecure, but without hunger ."
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Can the "Mimetic Effect" Explain Speculative Bubbles?

Booms and BustsThe FedMonetary TheoryPrices

06/25/2009Mises Daily Articles
Artificial credit created by a deceptively low rate of interest leads to speculative bubbles.
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Political Power and Economic Ignorance

The FedHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionism

10/09/2008Mises Daily Articles
Economic knowledge gets more valuable as the economy worsens; but the economy worsens according to the level of political intervention — which is a function of economic ignorance.
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"Let the Market Solve the Energy Crisis"

Big GovernmentFree MarketsInterventionism

07/16/2008Mises Daily Articles
ExxonMobil, lacking access to countries amenable to oil exploration, has invested less in finding new oil in 2007 that it did back in 1981.
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