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Monetary Policy and Environmental Progress: Why Bad Money Drives Up Pollution

InflationStrategy

Blog8 hours ago

Politicians declare that their top priority is improving environmental quality. Their inflationary policies say otherwise.

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Money Supply Growth Fell Again in May as More Recession Alarms Ring

Money Supply

Blog07/12/2022

During May 2022, year-over-year (YOY) growth in the money supply was at 6.97 percent. That's down from April's rate of 7.25 percent, and down from May 2021's rate of 15.4 percent. The growth rate peaked in February 2021 at 23.12 percent.

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More than Sixty Years after "Liberation," Cuba Is a Communist Slave State

Economic FreedomSocialism

Blog07/11/2022

More than sixty years after being "liberated" by Fidel Castro and communism, Cuba has become a large slave state where people enjoy little freedom.

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Markets Promote Real Equality Much More Than Progressive (and Conservative) Critics Claim

Economic FreedomFree Markets

Blog06/25/2022

A standard criticism of free markets is that markets promote inequality. It is time to debunk that false claim.

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Market Success Is about Giving People What They Want

AntipoliticsThe EntrepreneurProgressivismEntrepreneurship

Blog06/11/2022

Progressives believe that economies should be run by high-IQ "experts." But successful market economies require entrepreneurs with an idea and the willingness to face uncertain economic conditions.

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Mergers, Acquisitions, and Market Manias: The Fed Has Made Things Worse

The FedFinancial Markets

Blog05/27/2022

As the economy begins to slow, the results of the Fed's money pumping are showing up in mergers and acquisitions.

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Mises University Is the Fix!

Education

Blog05/25/2022

MU changes lives for the better. Please support this magnificent week of education for the deserving students who seek real education beyond the traditional college route.

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Massive State Economic Intervention Has Led to This Point

Economic PolicyInflationUnemploymentWar and Foreign Policy

Blog05/19/2022

Everything from huge Keynesian "stimulus" policies to the war in Ukraine is dovetailing in a bout of stagflation: the simultaneous growth of inflation and unemployment.

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