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Kristoffer Mousten Hansen

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Kristoffer Mousten Hansen is a research assistant at the Institute for Economic Policy at Leipzig University and a PhD candidate at the University of Angers. He is also a Mises Institute research fellow. 

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The Austrian "Credit Money" Craze of 1920

After the Great War, Austrian cities and towns began issuing their own money. The Germans tried something similar, but without the voluntary and decentralized aspects of the Austrian model. German disaster ensued.

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The Quantity Theory of Money and the Equation of Exchange

InflationOther Schools of ThoughtPrices

06/22/2020Mises Media
Bad theories have a long life in the social sciences, and the crude quantity theory of money is one that refuses to go away.
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The Quantity Theory of Money and the Equation of Exchange

InflationOther Schools of ThoughtPrices

Bad theories have a long life in the social sciences, and the crude quantity theory of money is one that refuses to go away.

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What Free Market Money Would Look Like

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Monetary affairs have always been subject to government intervention of one kind or another, but there is no reason money could not be produced and regulated in a free marketplace.

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This Christmas, Let's Celebrate a Different Scrooge: Scrooge McDuck

The EntrepreneurMedia and Culture

Scrooge McDuck is the perfect type of a miser: a capitalist-entrepreneur — and the most philanthropic man (duck, I mean) in Duckburg.

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