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History of the Austrian School of EconomicsPhilosophy and Methodology
Economics today poses as a predictive discipline which fails to correctly predict anything; a prescriptive discipline which prescribes the wrong policies; and an empirical discipline which collects data but misses the point.
As C. Jay Engel explains, only the rigorously subjectivist perspective of the Austrian school offers a rational critique of economism.
Taxes and Spending
If the government were a sitcom family, they would be called the Spendthrifts, and no one would dream of trusting them with credit.
Big GovernmentThe Police StateWar and Foreign PolicyPolitical Theory
Protectionism and Free Trade
Government injection of funds into trade finance prevents interest rates to rise, deepening malinvestments and precluding the readjustment of international trade after a crisis.
Financial MarketsMoney and Banking
A important factor in wealth redistribution has been the increased participation of both financial and non-financial firms in financial markets.
Decentralization and SecessionImmigrationPolitical TheoryPrivate Property