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What Did the Founders Mean by "Invasion"?

U.S. History

Blog03/23/2019

The US Constitution doesn't mention immigration regulation as a federal power. So some have tried to redefine immigration as "invasion." It's an unconvincing claim.

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Watch AERC Live

03/22/2019Power & Market

Keynote AERC lectures and selected panels can be watched live at mises.org/live

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We Don't Need Any More Big, Visionary Government

Blog03/22/2019

American politicians used to "think big." Americans nowadays seem to have lost their enthusiasm for that sort of thing. And that's a good thing. 

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What a "Hard Brexit" Could Mean for the UK

Media and CultureMoney and Banking

Blog03/20/2019

London is a major global hub, and a hard Brexit wouldn't change that. But one of the best possible outcomes of Brexit could be a move toward real free trade beyond the faux "free trade" of the EU bloc.

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Why International Economics Theory Has Become Irrelevant

Protectionism and Free Trade

Perhaps the best proof of the current divorce between theory and reality in international economics is the economists who declare themselves in favor of free trade while also opposing the removal of all tariffs and customs.

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Why Economics Needs Good Theory: Facts and Figures Aren't Enough

Blog03/09/2019

There's nothing wrong with consulting statistical data. But this data can only be properly understood if one first has a good grasp of sound theory.

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What We Know and What We Don't Know about the Firm

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

03/08/2019Books
Per Bylund offers a helpful summary of Austrian views of the nature of the firm and how it is distinct from other theories.
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Why the Boom-Bust Cycle Keeps Repeating

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog03/04/2019

By creating money out of thin air, central banks repeatedly create bubble industries that must inevitably be liquidated.

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