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Immigration Symposium

InterventionismPolitical Theory

06/03/2016The Journal of Libertarian Studies
There is no necessary connection between battling to curb immigration and rejecting key elements of the free market such as free trade.
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The Week in Review: April 9, 2016

Booms and BustsEducationEntrepreneurshipMoney and Banking

04/08/2016Mises Wire
Our greatest enemy today is the economic illiteracy and confusion on the part of those who insist on “planning,” “stabilizing,” and straitjacketing the economy.
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The Week in Review: April 2, 2016

04/02/2016Mises Wire
This weekend, over 130 scholars from over 10 countries and 58 colleges and universities gathered in Auburn for the 2016 Austrian Economics Research Conference.
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The Week in Review: March 25, 2016

Taxes and SpendingWar and Foreign PolicyPolitical Theory

03/26/2016Mises Wire
Terrorism gripped the headlines again as terrorists struck Brussels, but this latest colossal security failure for Europe and the West is not likely to lead to an evaluation of the value of state security.
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The Week in Review: March 19, 2016

Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

03/19/2016Mises Wire
In the Fed’s desperation to hold off the coming pain, will Yellen start listening to Ben Bernanke and embrace the absurdity of negative interest rates? We are already seeing the consequences of such policy play out in Switzerland, Germany, and Japan.
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The Week in Review: March 12, 2016

Taxes and SpendingMoney and BankingPolitical Theory

03/12/2016Mises Wire
The consequences of our government’s rigged society are all around us, be it the increasing reliance on food stamps, a far reaching tax system, or the gratuitous examples of well-connected elites enriching themselves from state intervention.
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The Week in Review: March 5, 2016

The FedMoney and BanksPolitical Theory

03/05/2016Mises Wire
Murray Rothbard would have turned 90 years old on Wednesday, and his contributions to economics have never been more relevant. Rothbard’s uncompromising assault on the state has made him one of the rare scholars to see his influence grow, even after his passing.
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