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Robert F. Mulligan

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Robert F. Mulligan is Dean of the School of Business and Economics, Indiana University East. 

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Publication Activity in Austrian Journals 2001–2010

Journal publications are used to rank institutions by research productivity in Austrian economics. An incidental...

The Central Fallacy of Keynesian Economics

Keynes’s theory of Aggregate Expenditures from the General Theory is examined and criticized. Keynes...

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Peter Schiff

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Peter Schiff is president of Euro Pacific Capital and a dedicated student of the Austrian School of economics. Author of Crash Proof and The Little Book of Bull Moves...

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The Real Crash: America's Coming Bankruptcy—How to Save Yourself and Your Country

You might be thinking everything’s okay: the stock market is on the rise, jobs are...

Why the Meltdown Should Have Surprised No One

This is perhaps the most compelling and accessible explanation of boom-bust economics ever given.

Juan Diego Guerra

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Free Cities, Now What?

From the session on "Libertarianism: Intellectual History and Applications," presented at the Austrian Economics...

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Karl Smith

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Karl Smith is assistant professor of public Economics and government at the School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Debate: Government Spending Can Play an Important Role in Boosting Economic Growth
The great debate between Keynesians and Austrians enters the digital age with the Mises Academy's first ever online...
Tonight: Econ Cage Match of DEATH

Resolved: Government Spending Can Play an Important Role in Boosting Economic Growth.

Luis Dopico

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Johan Dewitt: Proto-Public Choice Theorist?

Presented as part of the Mises Institute's Brown Bag Seminar series on 8 May 1996 in Auburn, Alabama.

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Paul Fussell

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Paul Fussell (1924–2012) served with the 103rd Infantry Division in World War II. He was wounded during the Rhineland campaign. His many books include his autobiography: Doing Battle: The Making...

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The Culture of War

Recorded at the Mises Institute, May 1994.

Private Ryan

An essay by Paul Fussell explains the meaning of Spielberg's new film on war.

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Anthony Gregory

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Anthony Gregory is research fellow at the Independent Institute. See his website for more articles and personal information....

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Julio H. Cole

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Patents and Copyrights: Do the Benefits Exceed the Costs?

Patents and copyrights are forms of immaterial “property” that grant to their owners exclusive control over the...

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Helio Beltrao

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Helio Beltrão is the founder and president of Instituto Mises Brasil.

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Helio Beltrão: Will Brazil Choose Marx or Mises?

Less Marx, More Mises? Helio Beltrão explains what's going on in Brazil.

Helio Beltrão: World Cup Cronyism and the Liberty Movement in Brazil

Entrepreneur and businessman Helio Beltrão talks to Jeff Deist about crony capitalism and the upcoming FIFA World...

Butler Shaffer

Butler Shaffer

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Butler Shaffer is Professor Emeritus at Southwestern University School of Law. He is the author of In Restraint of Trade: The Business Campaign Against Competition, 1918–1938 and Boundaries of...

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A Libertarian Critique of Intellectual Property

What is the status of intellectual property? Are patents and copyrights legitimate in a free society?

A Libertarian Critique of Intellectual Property

Butler Shaffer's contribution to libertarian legal theory and an indispensable guide to a vital topic.

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