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Karl-Friedrich Israel

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Works Published inMises Daily Article

Karl-Friedrich Israel is an assistant professor in the department of economics and business at Western Catholic University in Angers, France. He is an organizing member of the Austrian Economics Meeting Europe and is a Mises Institute Research Fellow. He previously worked as a senior researcher at the Institute for Economic Policy at Leipzig University in Germany. 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.

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Keynes’s Critique of Econometrics Is Surprisingly Good

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog05/04/2016

Unexpectedly, John Maynard Keynes's critique of economist Jan Tinbergen's econometrics offers some sound insights.

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Ragnar Frisch: The First Nobel Laureate Chosen over Mises

Business CyclesHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog04/12/2016

The committee to select the winners of the Nobel prize in economics almost always prefer interventionists to laissez-faire economists. The first year was no exception.

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The Eurozone Has Failed Both Politically and Economically

Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

08/13/2015Mises Wire
The European Monetary Union has failed to bring economic stability, and it has also increased nationalistic tensions among member nations. Some taxpayers, such as German taxpayers, view themselves as working to subsidize foreigners. Meanwhile, central banks continue to distort the economy.
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Karl-Friedrich Israel: The ECB Has Failed

The FedGlobal EconomyMoney and Banks

07/17/2015Mises Media
Has the ECB failed as miserably in creating price stability?
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