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The De Moneta of Nicholas Oresme and English Mint Documents

BooksFebruary 14, 2009
Nicole Oresme has been called the most brilliant scientist of the 14th century: mathematician, musicologist, physicist, philosopher, and economist. On top of that, he was a Bishop and a theologian. His writings of money bear much in common with Carl Menger. Oresme's treatise on money, De Moneta...

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The Political Economy of Juan De Mariana

BooksNovember 23, 2008
Juan de Mariana made huge advances in not only economics but also in law and sociology. Prof. Fr. Laures explores his thinking on value, commerce, money, entrepreneurship, labor, taxes, and more, and demonstrates that he is a major if overlooked founder of economic science and classical liberalism.

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Ideas on Liberty: Essays in Honor of Paul L. Poirot

BooksAugust 23, 2012
This festschrift reflects the legacy of Paul Poirot in his life-long pursuit of the philosophy of freedom. Compiled by Robert G. Anderson and Beth Hoffman, the essays were written upon his retirement in 1987.

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Leftism: From de Sade and Marx to Hitler and Marcuse

BooksJuly 15, 2011
A comprehensive study of the major trends in leftist thought from the era of the French Revolution.

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Les Illusions du Protectionnisme et de l`Autarcie

BooksJuly 20, 2005
The French version of Mises's The Disintegration of the International Division of Labour ...

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The Turgot Collection: Writings, Speeches, and Letters of Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, Baron de Laune

BooksMarch 17, 2011
Murray Rothbard considered Turgot one of the greatest economists of all time and one of the foremost classical liberals of the eighteenth century. He extended economic theory beyond the Physiocrats, defended free trade, anticipated the notion of opportunity cost, developed an early concept of...

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Progressive Luddites and Gustave de Molinari’s Final Words

Mises DailyMarch 26, 2015
The opponents of technological innovation in free markets have been with us for a long time. A century ago, Gustave de Molinari was defending the automobile from the technology haters of his day. Little has changed since then.

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The Tariff Idea

BooksOctober 20, 2009
Ask any cross section of people in this country if they believe in an individual's right to own property, and an overwhelming majority will say: "Why, of course!" This belief is so commonly accepted as a part of our way of life that it is seldom questioned.' Yet in actual practice...

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The TVA Idea

BooksMay 27, 2008
It is this hidden loss that many people forget when TVA is being discussed. They can actually see the TVA dams, and can count the persons hired to build them. Pictures and glowing descriptions of TVA can be sent all over the world. But when one tries to explain that TVA actually prevented an equal...

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Interpretations of the Wicksellian Idea

BooksJuly 10, 2007
until this book, no historian of thought had undertaken the comprehensive study deserved by such a well delineated heritage in such an important area of economic theory.

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The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

Los Errores de la Vieja Economí­a, by Juan Ramón Rallo

Institute Publications
Rallo’s book on Keynes’s TGT is full of brilliant insights and provides the most powerful and complete case against Keynes currently available...

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The Political Thought of Étienne de la Boétie

JournalsJuly 20, 2005
Étienne de la Boétie's discourse is lucidly and coherently structured around a single axiom, a single percipient insight into the nature not only of tyranny, but implicitly of the State apparatus itself...

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De-Socialization in a United Germany

Institute PublicationsJuly 20, 2005
Murray N. Rothbard Breaking Out of the Walrasian Box: The Cases of Schumpeter and Hansen Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Paper Capture Plug-in

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The Austrian School of Economics: A History of Its Ideas, Ambassadors, and Institutions

BooksFebruary 24, 2011
A guide to the history, ideas, and institutions of the Austrian School of economics written by two Austrian intellectuals who have gone to the sources themselves to provide a completely new look at the tradition and what it means for the future.

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The Viennese School of Economics: A History of its Ideas, Proponents, and Institutions

BooksMarch 13, 2010
The Viennese School of Economics, also called the Austrian School of Economics, was founded by Carl Menger in Vienna during the last third of the 19th century, and enjoys to this day a vibrant teaching tradition. Since the early 1900s this teaching tradition has been a significant influence on the...

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The Spanish Roots of the Austrian School: An Interview with Jesús Huerta de Soto

Institute Publications
Volume 17, Number 2 (Summer 1997) An Interview with Jesús Huerta de Soto Jesús Huerta de Soto, professor or economics at the Complutense University of Madrid, is Spain's leading Austrian economist. As an author, translator, publisher, and teacher, he also ranks among the world's most active...

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Valentin de Foronda: Liberty, Property, and Security

Institute Publications
Foronda is remembered for his contributions and as one of the first to popularize the new economic ideas in Spain.

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Voltairine de Cleyre: More of an Anarchist than a Feminist?

JournalsMarch 28, 2010
Abstract: The recently rediscovered Michigan-born poet, essayist, and political philosopher, Voltairine de Cleyre (1866-1912) has been celebrated by modern scholars as both an anarchist and a feminist. In this paper, however, it is argued that detailed scrutiny of her writings perhaps suggests de...

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Hayek, Business Cycles, and Fractional Reserve Banking: Continuing the De-Homogenization Process

Institute PublicationsJuly 20, 2005
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