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Tate Fegley

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Tate Fegley was a 2016 Mises Institute Fellow. He is currently a graduate student at George Mason University.

Research areas: economics of scale in small police departments; community vs. private policing; the productive structure of a truly free market; the effects of police unions on legal repercussions of misconduct

Current affiliation: PhD student in economics at George Mason University

Future plans:

Previous Mises Institute events: Mises University 2010; Rothbard Graduate Seminar 2015

Comments:

I had the fortune of attending Mises University in the summer of 2010. I am not exaggerating in saying that it was one of the best weeks of my life. I had felt intellectually lonely during most of my undergraduate years, but Mises U allowed me to connect with others interested in Austrian economics and libertarianism (and subsequently connected me with a professor and a group of students at my university who were studying Austrian thought).

All Works

How Property Rights — Properly Understood — Limit the Spread of WMDs

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical TheoryPrivate Property

Blog04/11/2016

Free speech does not imply people are free to insult you in your living room. Similarly, all property rights are "limited" in many ways by the property rights of neighbors and other owners.

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Tate Fegley: Crime and Punishment in a Libertarian Society

Free MarketsLegal SystemThe Police State

07/09/2015Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Tate Fegley discuss law and justice under anarcho-capitalism.

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