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Capital and Interest in the Austrian Tradition, Part 1 of 3

Austrian Economics OverviewCapital and Interest Theory

04/12/2019Audio/Video
Bob begins his three-part series devoted to Capital and Interest Theory in the tradition of the Austrian School.
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Central Banks Are Propping Up Stock Prices

Blog04/11/2019

In the short term, a central bank can drive up stock prices by lowering the interest rate. In the longer term, it could sap the strength out of an economy.

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Central Banks Are Heading Toward a Stagnant Global Zombie Economy

Booms and BustsFinancial MarketsMoney and Banks

Blog04/09/2019

Using Japan as a model, governments are steering us toward a worldwide zombie economy — but we're likely to end up with something that looks more like Argentina than Japan.

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Capitalism (aka Self-Ownership) Is the Only Moral Economic System

Blog04/05/2019

Capitalism isn't just about rich guys owning the means of production. It's about workers and everyday people also owning their own labor and their own bodies.

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Capital is a Mystery to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Capital and Interest Theory

Blog04/04/2019

While Ocasio-Cortez has a degree in economics, she apparently never learned the lessons stressed by Hernando de Soto in his The Mystery of Capital.

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Can Government Stimulus Bring Us Out of Recessions?

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog04/02/2019

Expansionary monetary policy causes economic recessions. It doesn't cure them.

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Can Free Private Cities Replace the State?

Decentralization and Secession

Blog03/29/2019

"Free private cities" are similar to microstates but are based on the idea of explicit contractual agreements between residents and the city government. How would these entities function?

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Can the EU Survive the Next Financial Crisis?

Cronyism and CorporatismGlobal EconomyMoney and Banking

Blog03/29/2019

Existing political tensions within the EU are certain to escalate as the EU falls behind in global economic power, and Brussels, hooked on profligacy, for the first time faces budget cuts.

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