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Karl-Friedrich Israel

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Karl-Friedrich Israel is a professor of economics in the department of economics and business at Western Catholic University in Angers, France, and currently runs the Chair for Economic Policy at Saarland University in Germany as a substitute professor. He is a Mises Institute Fellow and an organizing member of the Austrian Economics Meeting Europe. He is also an associate researcher at the Liberales Institut in Zurich, Switzerland. He previously worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute for Economic Policy at Leipzig University in Germany and taught at the Berlin School of Economics and Law. He obtained his doctorate degree in economics from the University of Angers in France in 2017 working on the costs and benefits of central banking. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics, applied mathematics and statistics from Humboldt-University of Berlin, ENSAE Paris and Oxford University.

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Playing with Official Inflation Statistics: An Example from Germany

09/19/2023Power & Market
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Central Banking and Inflation

Central BanksInflationMonetary Policy

07/27/2023Mises Media
Some problems with inflation measures, inequality and social mobility, and further implications.
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Measurement in Economics

07/25/2023Mises Media
Karl-Friedrich Israel discusses modern econometrics, utility and welfare economics, and econometrics as a set of descriptive tools.
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The Austrian Economics Meeting Europe Got a Taste of Cancel Culture

Global EconomyMedia and CultureHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

07/09/2022Mises Media
Many think cancel culture is an odd particularity of the Anglosphere. Unfortunately, it raised its ugly head at this year's Austrian Economics Meeting Europe held in Lithuania.
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