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The Fed Chairman and the Phillips Curve

Blog07/30/2019

The Fed Chairman’s suggestion that the inverse correlation between inflation and unemployment has disappeared reveals that US central bank policymakers were previously employing a bankrupt theoretical framework to navigate the economy.

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The State of Economics Education

EducationStrategy

07/26/2019Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Dr. Liliana Stern discuss the state of economics education on this special live episode of the Human Action Podcast.
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Are Expectations the Driving Force Behind Business Cycles?

Booms and BustsBusiness Cycles

Blog07/22/2019

Even if business people learn to expect easy-money caused bubbles and busts — this would still not prevent the formation of a boom-bust cycle. 

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Economics: Vocation or Profession?

EducationPhilosophy and Methodology

07/16/2019Mises Daily Articles
The vocational economist is dedicated to a body of ideas — not merely money, fame, or power — and strives to master the system of economic theory as handed down by the great system builders and innovators of the past.
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The Illusion of the Keynesian Multiplier

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog07/15/2019

Not only will easy-money policy not increase production, it will impoverish us by inflating away real wealth.

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Murray Rothbard: "Pioneer of Praxeological Analysis"

To Murray N. Rothbard, pioneer of praxeological analysis with all good wishes.  March 2nd, 1967. ~Ludwig von Mises

07/10/2019Power & Market
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Privateers: An Example of Private-Sector Military Defense

The EntrepreneurU.S. HistoryWorld History

Blog07/10/2019

One of the most instructive of all examples from maritime history is that of privateering, that is, the employment of profit-seeking, private armed ships during wartime.

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