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Michael Pollaro

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Michael Pollaro is a retired investment-banking professional.

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The Bernanke Bust

Once the economy is deprived of its monetary steroids, the malinvestments will be revealed as wasteful, misplaced...

Money-Supply Metrics, the Austrian Take

"The essence of 'immediate convertibility' is the difference between what Austrians call a claim transaction or...

Nikolay Gertchev

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Nikolay Gertchev holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas and currently lives in Belgium, where he works for an international organization.
 

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From Monetary Nationalism to Monetary Imperialism
Hayek’s crucial insight that a fundamental banking reform is a prerequisite for monetary reform aiming at international...
Review of The Ontology and Function of Money: The Philosophical Fundamentals of Monetary Institutions

This ambitious new book on the foundations of money and monetary institutions is an impressive interdisciplinary...

Martin van Creveld

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Why War Games Do Not Work

Recorded at the 2005 Austrian Scholars Conference, Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama. [52:12]

Rise and Decline of the State, The

By special arrangement with the publisher (Cambridge University Press), the Mises Institute is very pleased to make...

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Don Mathews

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Don Mathews teaches economics at Coastal Georgia Community College

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Management vs. The Market: An Exaggerated Distinction

Why do business firms exist? Do firms substitute for the market or complement the market? Why do firms buy some...

Why Keynes Lives

Keynesian economics continues to infect much public debate, despite being debunked for decades by Austrian...

Julian Adorney

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Julian Adorney is a Young Voices Advocate and senior SEO analyst for Colorado SEO Pros. His writing has appeared in a number of outlets, including The Federalist, Fox Nation,...

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Employment Is Nothing Like Slavery

Anti-capitalists often claim that employment is like slavery. But unlike slavery, employment in the market is...

Frédéric Bastiat’s Economic Sophisms Is Now More Important Than Ever

Frédéric Bastiat would have turned 214 today. Although primarily remembered for The Law , Bastiat's book...

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Alexander S. Peak

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Alex Peak lives in Baltimore, Maryland. He is a graduate of Towson University with a bachelor's degree in political science. Formerly, he served as president of the College Libertarians...

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I Took Advantage of the Mises Institute Sale — And So Should You!

LvMI wants to see good ideas made available to as many people as possible.

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Dick Clark

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Dick Clark is a law student at Suffolk University Law School in Boston.

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Subsidies, Market Prices, and the 2014 Farm Bill

2014’s new US Farm Bill eliminates many direct subsidies to farmers, while replacing them with subsidized insurance...

The Mises Wiki: An Interview with Dick Clark

Jeffrey Tucker interviews Dick Clark and discusses the new Mises Institute Wiki (wiki.mises.org), a wiki project...

Carlo Antoni

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Carlo Antoni was an Italian philosopher, who taught at the Università di Roma from 1947 until his death in 1959.

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Some Considerations on Economic Laws

These idealists reveal themselves as believers in force and the efficacy of police measures to curb the egoism of...

Cristian Gherasim

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Cristian Gherasim has graduated with a master's degree in Romanian and European Politics from the University of Bucharest.

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The Myth of a Middle Class

The concept of "middle class" implies that there are collective interests resting in the middle ground of a social...

Liberalization of Airport Frisking: Federal versus Private Security Screeners

Is there an alternative to this Big Brother approach to managing homeland security? I think there is: private...

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Mila Cobanov

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A Wetlands Victory (For Now)
At the age of 70, writes Mila Cobanov, John Rapanos has finally ended his 18-year battle with state and federal...
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