New Submissions Guidelines For 'Mises Daily'
We've posted new guidelines for Mises Daily. If you are interested in submitting an article for publication, please consult the guidelines, and also look at the articles published over the past six weeks, which have been published under the new format. Articles published since mid-August reflect the tone, length, and general style of what are currently seeking for Mises Daily.
The Mises Institute is pleased to accept unsolicited submissions for Mises Daily. Articles for Mises Daily should reflect the mission of the Mises Institute:The Mises Institute, founded in 1982, teaches the scholarship of Austrian economics, freedom, and peace. The liberal intellectual tradition of Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) and Murray N. Rothbard (1926-1995) guides us. Accordingly, we seek a profound and radical shift in the intellectual climate: away from statism and toward a private property order. We encourage critical historical research, and stand against political correctness. The institute serves students, academics, business leaders, and anyone seeking better understanding of the Austrian school of economics and libertarian political theory.As an educational institution, we are interested in articles that explore the scholarship of free markets and the Austrian tradition, and which seek to change the intellectual climate. We are not seeking articles that call for political action such as the passage of specific legislation or the election of candidates. We seek articles that are approximately 600-1,000 words. The longer articles we carry are generally written by our Senior Fellows and other Institute Scholars. If you cannot fit all your ideas into one short article, consider that we prefer two short submissions to one long one. Mises Daily articles should be written with a scholarly tone, yet easily grasped by an audience of intelligent laypersons of all ages. Articles should be rich in factual material and evidence backing your assertions. Hyperlinks to sources are preferable to footnotes. The Mises Institute does not pay authors for Mises Daily articles at this time. Submissions may be sent to Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org.