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BiographiesWorld HistoryHistory of the Austrian School of Economics
We can build upon our understanding of liberalism, but as Ralph would stress, we should never forget our traditions, or discount our principles.
J.B. Say was the foremost French political economist in the early 1800s, and many of his insights are important for economists today.
The Economist gets it right. In a new review of Marx they argue that "the myth is more impressive than the reality."
BiographiesThe FedPolitical Theory
We lost one of the great scholars this week with the passing of Ralph Raico.
Ralph Raico, the leading historian of classical liberalism and disciple of Murray Rothbard, has passed away.
BiographiesOther Schools of Thought
Tollison was one of the most inventive, prolific, and impactful scholars of our generation.
BiographiesGlobal EconomyHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPolitical Theory
Mark Thornton and Grégoire Canlorbe discuss Mises, Rothbard, the Drug War, and Adam Smith in this interview from Institut Coppet in France.
Rothbard, far more than his Beltway critics, understood the practical necessity of working with diverse people on an issue by issue basis.
BiographiesWorld HistoryOther Schools of Thought
Was Keynes, as Hayek maintained, a "brilliant scholar"?
BiographiesGlobal EconomyTaxes and SpendingInterventionismPolitical Theory
James Champlin, a 19th-century critic of protectionism, anticipated many of the free-trade insights of the Austrian school.