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Can Cooperation Replace Competition?

Monopoly and CompetitionValue and Exchange

Blog06/03/2019

Competition and cooperation and not two things in conflict. They are both essential ingredients in a society based on voluntary action instead of violence.

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Correlation ≠ Causation

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog06/01/2019

The experience with which the sciences of human action have to deal is always an experience of complex phenomena. No laboratory experiments can be performed with regard to human action.

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Confronting the Myths about "Arming Teachers"

Decentralization and SecessionLegal System

Blog05/24/2019

There is no evidence that properly trained and armed private citizens would do a worse job than government "law enforcement" personnel in enhancing school safety.

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Central Banks' Forecasts Are Basically Garbage

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog05/22/2019

Central banks' economic models repeatedly and incessantly over-estimate economic growth. We can only speculate as to their motivation.

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Can the Fed Keep This Long Cycle Going?

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog05/16/2019

Jerome Powell has lost his faith in a new surge in economic growth. So, it's back to endless stimulus to keep the current cycle going.

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Central Banks’ Crusade Against Risk

Blog05/15/2019

Central banks are absolutely committed to low rates because higher interest rates would turn the boom into bust, and would collapse our production and employment structure now based on a system of ultra-low rates.

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Can a Commodity-Money Economy Co-Exist with a Fiat-Money Economy?

Just as unilateral free trade results in a more solid economy for the countries that adopt it — even within an international economy of protectionism in other countries — so would a commodity-money based economy surrounded by fiat-money economies.

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