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Call for Papers: Austrian Entrepreneurship Theory

Entrepreneurship

09/03/2019Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
The timing is right for pursuing Austrian themes and further leveraging Austrian theory in entrepreneurship, and extending and elaborating on Austrian entrepreneurship theory.
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Cheryl and Cliff Pia on the Economics of Creativity

The EntrepreneurStrategyEntrepreneurship

08/20/2019Audio/Video
Every entrepreneurial initiative is creative. There’s also an entire creative industry in which entrepreneurs can participate and succeed. Hunter Hastings follows the journey of two very successful founders.
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China’s Biggest Problem Isn’t Trump, It’s a Broken Banking System

Booms and BustsFinancial MarketsGlobal Economy

Blog08/06/2019

While much of the media remains focused on Trump and trade, the greatest threat to the Chinese economy may be reckoning with a massive financial bubble from within.

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Can Boris Turn a Hard Brexit Into a Tax Cut?

Decentralization and SecessionGlobal EconomyTaxes and Spending

Blog08/06/2019

The establishment media are still wrong-footed on Brexit. Johnson's hardball approach could be a big win for the UK.

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Courage Is Contagious

StrategyU.S. History

Blog07/31/2019

Justin Raimondo said things that were painful to hear. He said things that needed saying. He encouraged me. He encouraged friends of mine. He encouraged colleagues of mine.

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Capitalism Isn't the Reason We're Unhappy

PovertyU.S. HistoryWorld History

Blog07/26/2019

The theory goes like this: capitalism combines with consumerism and advertising to make us sad, lonely, and forever chasing after material goods. So we consume endlessly and the Machiavellian capitalists reap the rewards. It's not a great theory.

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Capitalism Didn't Invent "Keeping Up with the Joneses"

Blog07/25/2019

Competition for wealth and social status was hardly created by the capitalist system. People have always competed for these things. Thanks to capitalism, though, this competition is now less violent, and true poverty is easier to avoid.

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Central Banks are Making "Conservative Investments" Riskier. This Could Be Disastrous for Pensions.

Financial MarketsMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog07/24/2019

The fact that the most conservative investors are being forced to purchase bonds of nearly bankrupt companies for virtually no yield is not a success of monetary policy nor a tool for growth.

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