Mises Wire

What Mises Teaches Us About International Economics

Protectionism and Free Trade

The evolution of global trade over the last decades has thus been influenced to a significant and yet unrecognized extent by the expansionist monetary policies of governments around the world.

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Why One Corporation Can Dictate Measles Policy in America

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog04/30/2019

The way vaccines are packaged and distributed is often driven primarily by politics and government regulation — and not by medical concerns.

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Why Do Socialists Hate Families?

Political Theory

Blog04/26/2019

Families provide an example of social bonds without private property, prices, and “capitalist exploitation.” So, it's odd that Marx wanted to abolish the family.

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Will Conservatives See the Light on Secession?

U.S. History

Blog04/18/2019

Many on the Left still cling to the idea that if they can only elect "the right people," everything will be fine. This is a doomed strategy.

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Why the New "GDP-B" Measure Doesn't Solve the Failures of GDP

Other Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog04/16/2019

The thinking goes that MIT's new GDP-B measure allows the statistician to estimate a “consumer surplus.”

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Why Bother Studying Economic Theory?

Blog04/16/2019

Liberty can be lost and so can the benefits of capital accumulation. The well developed capital structure is not a given. It can be eroded by central banks and by government policies and regulations.

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What if Climate Warriors Put their Money Where Their Mouths Are?

The EnvironmentU.S. History

Blog04/12/2019

The emergence of "catastrophe bonds" in recent decades suggests an interesting way that Climate Warriors could alleviate the presumed costs of climate change — assuming climate activists are willing to spend any of their own money on the problem.

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Will Dinkel on Everyday Application of A.I. for Entrepreneurs

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

04/10/2019Audio/Video
Hunter Hastings and Will Dinkel discuss Artificial Intelligence technology as a tool for everyday tasks of everyday businesses of all kinds.
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