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What Is the Free Market?

11/04/2019Mises Daily Articles
Murray Rothbard defines the phrase free market: "a summary term for an array of exchanges that take place in society. Each exchange is undertaken as a voluntary agreement between two people or between groups of people represented by agents."
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When Billionaires Want to Get Rid of Capitalism

Blog10/29/2019

When asked why they do not just give their money away voluntarily, some billionaires suddenly decide cooperation isn't all that great after all.

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Why Austrian-School Economists Tend To Be Libertarians

History of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog10/26/2019

Austrian-school economics is value-free and is not necessarily in favor of laissez-faire. But the Austrian view of markets and market power tends to push one in the laissez-faire direction.

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Why Income Is an Important Concept in Economics

Income can be defined as how much one can consume without depleting capital. And it is a very important economic concept. Don't let economists tell you otherwise.

10/25/2019Power & Market
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Why Austrian School Economists Have a Better Understanding of Goods and Services

Austrian Economics OverviewOther Schools of ThoughtValue and Exchange

Blog10/24/2019

What makes a good a good is not the physical thing itself, but the value we find in it because it is serviceable toward some valued end.

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Why the Pursuit of Profit Makes Us All Better Off

The Entrepreneur

Blog10/21/2019

When entrepreneurs create profit, we know they are using resources in a way that benefit others. When entrepreneurs causes losses, they are destroying wealth.

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What if the Majority Voted for “None of the Above”?

Political Theory

Blog10/18/2019

Allowing a space on the ballot for "none of the above" would be a step in the right direction toward a slightly less farcical political system.

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