Mises Wire

The Government's Pandemic Strategy Is a Reckless One

Health

Blog03/25/2020

It's time to stop pretending that the policies favored by some biologists—who know nothing about how economies work to lessen the health effects of poverty—come without grave costs to public health.

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The Use of Knowledge in Entrepreneurship

Calculation and KnowledgePrices

Blog03/25/2020

It is a marvel that imperfect, limited information available to the entrepreneur can be used to produce so much good for society. 

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Trump Is Trying to Ride the Pentagon Gravy Train to Reelection

Taxes and SpendingWar and Foreign Policy

Blog03/02/2020

Trump is spinning a narrative in which ever larger government budgets—and ever larger piles of deficit spending—create jobs and make America "safe."

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This Christmas, Let's Celebrate a Different Scrooge: Scrooge McDuck

The EntrepreneurMedia and Culture

Scrooge McDuck is the perfect type of a miser: a capitalist-entrepreneur — and the most philanthropic man (duck, I mean) in Duckburg.

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The Japanization of the European Union

Global EconomyInterventionism

Blog12/11/2019

Japan's once-envied economy is now in shambles. The European economy, built on the same shaky tenets, is crumbling, too. Where to go from here?

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The ABC of a Market Economy

Free MarketsU.S. EconomyInterventionism

Blog12/04/2019

This immense cooperative system is known as a free-market economy. It was not consciously planned by anybody. It evolved.

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The Problem of Poverty

World History

Blog11/07/2019

The history of poverty is almost the history of mankind. The ancient writers have left us few specific accounts of it because they took it for granted. It was the normal lot.

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The Late Great State of California

U.S. Economy

Blog10/18/2019

California is now the most taxed and regulated state in the nation. Not surprisingly, life here is becoming less affordable, and less profitable.

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