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Anti-Establishment Populists Gain Again In Euro Elections

Global EconomyWorld History

Blog05/28/2019

"Green" parties gained too, and unfortunately, the big winners share an important similarity: they all advocate for more government interventionism in one way or another.

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A Better Red: The Transition from Communism to Coca-Cola in Romania

Big GovernmentWorld History

04/13/2019Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the newly freed former communist states welcomed companies like Coca-Cola, which brought both capital and managerial skill to economies ruined by communism.
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Angela Merkel’s Legacy Is Chaos

World History

Blog02/19/2019

Angela Merkel has caused cultural blowback with seemingly unchecked migrant flows while simultaneously harming business with higher taxes and more anti-business regulation. The results have not been great.

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Augusto, Milton, and Me: Reflections on a Trip to Chile

Global Economy

Blog10/09/2018

Chile would be even better off today had it adopted Mises-style laissez-faire over Milton Friedman's monetarism. But even a Friedmanian regime is far superior to the Keynesian economies that have ruined Argentina and Brazil.

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An Open Letter About Anti-Russian Paranoia

Taxes and SpendingWar and Foreign Policy

Blog07/26/2018

Talking about Russian imperialism is the modern version of talking about what fine clothes the Emperor is wearing in that fairy tale.

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A Trade War May Trigger the Rise of Chinese Nationalism

Protectionism and Free Trade

Blog04/16/2018

According to Mises, economic nationalism "is incompatible with durable peace," and efforts to fan the flames of a trade war between the US and China are dangerous.

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Are We Just Like Milton Friedman? Where Austria and Chicago Differ

08/02/2016Audio/Video
The Contra Krugman Show, broadcasting live from Mises University 2016.
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