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Not-So-Modern Monetary Theory

Money and Banks

Blog10/08/2019

MMT “is a mix of old and new, the old is correct and well understood, while the new is substantially wrong.”

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Nicolas Cachanosky on Improving Austrian Business Cycle Theory

The FedBusiness Cycles

10/07/2019Audio/Video
Bob Murphy and Nicolas Cachanosky discuss Austrian Business Cycle Theory, the dispute over Fractional Reserve Banking, and how the Federal Reserve broke monetary policy.
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No, Capitalism Doesn’t Threaten Humanity

Big GovernmentThe EntrepreneurFree Markets

Blog10/04/2019

Anti-capitalist promoters of "climate justice" ignore all of the evidence of capitalism’s benefits staring us in the face.

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Negative Interest Rates are the Price We Pay for De-Civilization

Financial MarketsU.S. EconomyBusiness CyclesMoney and Banking

Blog09/18/2019

The destruction of capital, economic and otherwise, is contrary to every human impulse.

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Not all PIIGS are Created Equal: A Comparison of Portugal and Ireland

Blog09/14/2019

The big differences between the economies of Ireland and Portugal illustrate how the eurozone's design just doesn't fit with modern economic realities.

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Negative Interest Rates and Financial Repression

Blog09/11/2019

These are the two major policies of financial repression currently in use: negative interest rates and quantitative easing.

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No Deal Brexit: What Will Actually Happen

Decentralization and SecessionGlobal EconomyLegal System

Blog08/22/2019

Let's set aside the politically tempting task of speculating about what might happen in the event of a No Deal Brexit, what can we say with certainty will happen?

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Nicholas Oresme and the First Monetary Treatise

World HistoryMonetary TheoryPolitical Theory

08/17/2019Mises Daily Articles
Austrian monetary thought can be traced back right to the very founding father of monetary economics, the great Nicholas Oresme, the 14th century Bishop of Lisieux.
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