Rahim Taghizadegan (email@example.com) is director of the academic research institute Scholarium in Vienna, Austria, lecturer at several universities and faculty member at the International Academy of Philosophy in Liechtenstein.
The less agile and adaptive a society is, the more severe its impotence in a crisis. Thanks to an obsessive reliance on monetary policy to fix every problem, our society has increasingly abandoned innovation and productivity.
In this paper, a “praxeology of coercion,” or, more precisely, an analysis of interpersonal actions involving threats, is developed. This is an attempt to further the analysis of human action as defined by Mises.