During September 2019, year-over-year growth in the money supply was at 3.10 percent. That's up from August's rate of 1.85 percent, and was down from September 2018's rate of 4.38 percent.
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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Poor incentives create poor outcomes, and government subsidies for higher education institutions have created poor incentives in spades.
Money and Banks
In his new book The Bitcoin Standard, Saifedean Ammous displays a fine understanding of money, and also a good grasp of how currencies like Bitcoin could revolutionize the government-dominated banking sector.
History of the Austrian School of Economics
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.