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Interview with Murray Rothbard on Man, Economy, and State, Mises, and the Future of the Austrian School

History of the Austrian School of Economics

08/14/2018Austrian Economics Newsletter
"There is one good thing about Marx: he was not a Keynesian. I recently asked Yuri Maltsev, former Soviet economist, why is it that things seem to have fallen apart so rapidly in the Soviet Union in the last twenty years. He said in the last twenty years, the leaders of the Soviet Union have...
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IMF Produces Another Bogus Venezuela Inflation Forecast

Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog08/13/2018

Forget the IMF’s forecasts of Venezuela’s hyperinflation. They are a prime example of junk science. 

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Italy’s Central Bank Admits Wealth Redistribution Leads to Corruption

Global EconomyTaxes and Spending

Blog08/07/2018

“Corruption is a regular effect of interventionism,” Ludwig von Mises once wrote, and we see this principle at work today in the European Union.

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Inequality of Wealth and Incomes

Free MarketsInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

08/03/2018Mises Daily Articles
Inequality of wealth and incomes is an essential feature of the market economy.
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Is Further Intervention a Cure for Prior Intervention?

Interventionism

07/18/2018Mises Daily Articles
When anything goes wrong, from a train wreck to a change in stock market prices, the craven crowds always clamor for just one more law.
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It's Time to Give Up on Britain's National Health Service

Blog07/16/2018

Britain used to be a world leader in health care innovation and quality. No longer.

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Is Norway a Role Model for "Democratic Socialism"?

Global EconomyPoverty

Blog07/14/2018

If Scandinavian countries are socialist, then so is the United States.

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In Defense of Consumerism

Free MarketsMedia and Culture

07/09/2018Mises Daily Articles
"Consumerism" seems like a big problem until the market supplies an essential good or service we badly need.
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