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Millions and Billions and Trillions—Oh My!

Big GovernmentEconomic PolicyMacroeconomicsMedia and Culture


In The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy and her friends had to worry about wild animals and wicked witches. Today, Americans face a much more formidable foe: their own free-spending government.

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Putin's Inflation? Homegrown Modern Monetary Theory Is to Blame

Central BanksThe FedMacroeconomicsMonetary Theory


Advocates of modern monetary theory promise a cornucopia of goods and jobs if only the government has the "courage" to print money at will. Sound economic analysis, however, exposes MMT as fraudulent.

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Most Economists Are Wrong about the Economy 

Booms and BustsMacroeconomicsU.S. Economy

09/21/2023Mises Media
Ryan and Tho are joined by economist Mark Thornton to take a look at why so many economists keep telling us the economy is in great shape.
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Why Inflation and Economic Crises Aren't Going Away

Economic PolicyFinancial MarketsMacroeconomicsU.S. Economy

07/20/2023Mises Media
Mark Thornton joins Ryan and Tho on Radio Rothbard to take a closer look at the state of the US dollar and how price inflation and economic crises are likely to play out in the months and years ahead.
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Remembering the Contributions of Lucas and Alchian

MacroeconomicsBusiness CyclesOther Schools of Thought

05/19/2023Mises Media
Bob and Brian Albrecht discuss rational expectations, real business cycle theory, and how Alchian cracked the military's top secrets.
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Review: Beyond Brexit: A Programme for UK Reform

Economic PolicyMacroeconomics

06/29/2020Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
George Pickering reviews the Policy Reform Group's Beyond Brexit: A Programme for UK Reform , a series of essays on the Great Recession and Britain's retreat from the global economy's forefront.
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