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Vijay Boyapati

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Vijay Boyapati is a former Google engineer. In 2007 he started Operation Live Free or Die, a grassroots organization to help Ron Paul's 2008 presidential campaign. Since 2009 he has devoted himself to studying Austrian economics.

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Vijay Boyapati Explains Why He Was Right About Inflation in 2010 and Bitcoin in 2018

InflationBusiness Cycles

05/18/2021Mises Media
Vijay Boyapati explains why other Austrians should have listened to him in 2010 when he warned that their inflation predictions were wrong.
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The Politics of Deflation

The FedMonetary Theory

01/19/2011Mises Daily Articles
The Fed was created for the benefit of the banking class, and while it remains under the control of that class it will not pursue a policy that would lead to a breakdown in the monetary system from which the banking class profits.
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Why Credit Deflation Is More Likely than Mass Inflation: An Austrian Overview of the Inflation Versus Deflation Debate

12/31/2010Libertarian Papers
Abstract: This article provides an Austrian overview of the inflation versus deflation debate which has captured the attention of the economics profession in the years following the US housing bust. Much of the Austrian analysis of this debate has focused on the massive expansion of the Federal...


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Marathon for Mises

Free MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

11/19/2010Mises Daily Articles
I hope that, in raising money for the Mises Institute by finishing the marathon, I will have enough inspiration to surmount the challenges I will face while running. My aim is to raise $1,000 for every mile that I run.
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Refusing to Be Counted

Free MarketsU.S. HistoryInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

06/17/2010Mises Daily Articles
"In 1943 the Census Bureau divulged data that was used to identify Japanese Americans, who were then confined in concentration camps for the remaining duration of World War II — a fact that was suppressed by the bureau for over 50 years."
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