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Jörg Guido Hülsmann

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 Jörg Guido Hülsmann is a Senior Fellow of the Mises Institute, member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, and a corresponding member of the Pontifical Academy for Life. He is a professor of economics at the University of Angers, where he directs the Master in Law and Finance and codirects the double bachelor program in Law and Economics. He teaches classes on macroeconomics, money, banking, and finance. Dr. Hülsmann is the author of Abundance, Generosity, and the State (2023), Krise der Inflationskultur (2013), The Ethics of Money Production (2008), and Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism (2007). His books and articles have been translated into twenty languages. His current research focuses on the political economy of financial markets, as well as on the theory of money and banking. More detailed information is available on and in his CV.

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Abundance, Generosity, and the State: An Inquiry into Economic Principles

Big GovernmentLabor and WagesLibertarianismPhilosophy

10/25/2023Mises Media
Recorded at the Mises Institute Supporters Summit in Auburn, Alabama, 12-14 October 2023.
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How the Debt Economy "Turns Us into Slaves of the State"

10/24/2023Power & Market
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A Preface to the New Iranian Edition of Mises's Epistemological Problems of Economics

10/06/2023Power & Market

Mises at first bcame a very promising disciple of the historicist approach in economics. But then he encountered the writings of Carl Menger,  the fountainhead of the Austrian School. Mises came to conclude that Menger and his disciples were right. 

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The New Socialism Is a Public-Private Partnership


08/29/2023The Austrian
For the past seventy years, the major US foundations have been the main drivers of socialism, even more so than the state bureaucracies.
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