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Markets are Cheering Christine Lagarde's Appointment to the ECB. Here's Why That's Trouble.

Financial MarketsMoney and Banks

Blog07/12/2019

The market probably interprets correctly that the European Central Bank will become even more dovish under Lagarde. This will encourage more risk in the financial system.

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Rothbard on Slavery Reparations

07/12/2019Power & Market

Rothbard considered how we might determine reparations for stolen land.

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How Boris Johnson Can "Make Britain Great Again"

Global EconomyLegal SystemSocialism

Blog07/12/2019

A future prime minister must have a clear understanding of his enemy, the socialist myth, why it fails, and why free markets succeed. 

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Consumers Will Decide If Women's Sports Teams Get "Equal Pay"

Labor and Wages

Blog07/11/2019

If the fans want the women to be paid more than the men, the consumers will have to spend more on watching them.

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Trump’s 6/24 Executive Order: A Turning Point for Direct Primary Care?

Health

07/11/2019Audio/Video
Dr. Lee Gross discusses Trump's recent Executive Order on health care transparency, and the implications for the growth of the Direct Care Movement.
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Praxeology: The Methodology of Austrian Economics

Philosophy and MethodologyPraxeology

07/11/2019Mises Daily Articles
The praxeological method was the basic method of the earlier Austrian school and also of a considerable segment of the older classical school.
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Free Trade, Not Foreign Aid, Will Reduce the Incentive to Flee Central America

07/11/2019Power & Market

The benefits of free trade with the Northern Triangle countries of central America would be both economic and socio-political — by reducing poverty and driving fewer to emigrate.

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