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Eat or Heat: Europeans Already Are Facing Previously Unthinkable Dilemmas

Global EconomyProgressivismStrategy

Blog6 hours ago

The European elites that imposed disastrous covid-19 restrictions, along with "green energy" regimes and sanctions against Russia are now seeing the results of their policies.

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Europe Ditched Russian Energy. Now People Are Sitting in Line For Days to Buy Coal. Is Biden to Blame?

Economic PolicyGlobal EconomyWar and Foreign Policy

Blog09/21/2022

Winter is approaching and Europeans are facing homes without heat, thanks to the US-led sanctions against Russia. Who will carry the blame when people freeze to death?

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Europeans Were Not the Only Slave Traders in Africa

World History

Blog09/14/2022

While the current political narratives claim that only Europeans were involved in the infamous transatlantic slave trade, the Africans themselves were also major players in directing and overseeing it.

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Everything You Wanted to Know about Money but Were Afraid to Ask

Money and Banks

Blog09/05/2022

What is money? Thorsten Polleit explains in a brilliant lecture delivered in Prague.

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Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries: Still a Work in Progress

The EntrepreneurGlobal EconomyEntrepreneurship

Blog08/18/2022

Entrepreneurship is the key to real development, but cultural attitudes are often a significant barrier to entrepreneurship in the developing world.

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Economies Cannot Produce Wealth without Patience and Long-Term Horizons

Economic FreedomFree MarketsEntrepreneurship

Blog08/04/2022

People decrying poverty in developing countries usually overlook the fact that there is a dearth of long-term economic thinking.

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Exponential Growth or State-Powered Stagnation: What Will Be Our Future?

Big GovernmentEconomic FreedomEconomic PolicyFree Markets

Blog08/03/2022

There is a future of capitalism with higher living standards for all. Then there is the alternative: state-directed economic stagnation and runaway inflation.

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Emil Kauder as an Austrian Dehomogenizer

History of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog07/28/2022

Names like Menger, Böhm-Bawerk, Wieser, Hayek, and Rothbard are well-known to adherents of the Austrian school of economics. Emil Kauder isn't one of those names, but Murray Rothbard brings his contributions to Austrian thinking to light.

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