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Israel Kirzner on Ethics and the Legacy of Austrian Economics

Book ReviewsEntrepreneurship

Blog06/03/2019

Readers will close the volume with admiration for Kirzner’s devotion to Austrian economics, immense learning, and dialectical skill

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Italy: A Brewing Storm Within the EU

Global Economy

Blog12/12/2018

The political and economic powder keg that is Italy is a greater threat to the EU than Brexit ever was.

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Infant Mortality Is a Misleading Statistic for International Comparisons

Blog11/08/2018

For example: Nonviable babies who die quickly after birth are recorded as live births in the U.S., but are more likely to be classified as stillbirths in other countries.

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Is Further Intervention a Cure for Prior Intervention?

Interventionism

07/18/2018Mises Daily Articles
When anything goes wrong, from a train wreck to a change in stock market prices, the craven crowds always clamor for just one more law.
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In Response to Trump, the EU Suddenly Realizes That Tariffs Are Bad

The EU's protests against Trump's trade policies have the stench of hypocrisy about them. 

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Inequality, Capital, and the Problem of Piketty

Free MarketsSocialism

02/05/2018The Austrian
Piketty’s portrayal of capitalism has not gone unchallenged, and Anti-Piketty collects a number of the most important criticisms of it.
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Is Zoning Popular? The Evidence is Weak

Bureaucracy and RegulationU.S. History

Blog01/29/2018
Often, these zoning ordinances were shoddily crafted by non-locals to help municipalities meet federal mandates.
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