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Capital and Interest in the Austrian Tradition, Part 3 of 3

Capital and Interest TheoryMoney and Banking

05/07/2019Audio/Video
Bob reviews the contributions of Böhm-Bawerk, Fetter, and Mises, and explains interest from an Austrian approach.
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Countries with "Free Tuition" Often Have Fewer College Graduates

Education

Blog04/26/2019

A higher education system with "free tuition" will need to control costs through larger class sizes, and lower-quality services.

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Capital and Interest in the Austrian Tradition, Part 2 of 3

Austrian Economics OverviewCapital and Interest Theory

04/19/2019Audio/Video
Bob continues his three-part series devoted to capital and interest theory in the tradition of the Austrian school.
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Capital and Interest in the Austrian Tradition, Part 1 of 3

Austrian Economics OverviewCapital and Interest Theory

04/12/2019Audio/Video
Bob begins his three-part series devoted to Capital and Interest Theory in the tradition of the Austrian School.
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Can the EU Survive the Next Financial Crisis?

Cronyism and CorporatismGlobal EconomyMoney and Banking

Blog03/29/2019

Existing political tensions within the EU are certain to escalate as the EU falls behind in global economic power, and Brussels, hooked on profligacy, for the first time faces budget cuts.

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Climate Change Activist Admits: Being Green "Requires the End of Capitalism"

Blog03/22/2019

Anti-climate-change schemes will hit people in the developing world hardest. And when it comes to dealing with an uncertain future, poorer parts of the world are the places that will need fossil-fuel-powered technologies and capital most.

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Central Banks Get Scared: Forget About Promises to Reduce Balance Sheets

Facing an unimpressive economy, the Fed is already backing off its supposed plans to rise interest rates and scale back its balance sheet.

02/22/2019Power & Market
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Capitalism Doesn't Cause Consumerism — Governments Do

InterventionismPolitical Theory

02/14/2019Audio/Video
It's government — not markets — that intervene to "stimulate" ever greater amounts of spending and consumption. A healthy market economy, meanwhile, relies on both saving and spending.
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