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Mises on the Monetary Policies of Modern Central Bankers

From the “Preface to the English Edition” of “The Theory of Money and Credit” by Ludwig von Mises: “All proposals that aim to do away with the consequences of perverse economic and financial policy, merely by reforming the monetary and … Continue reading

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Why Austrian Economics Matters

To the average man on the street, debates about which school of economics most accurately describes the world in which we live seem tedious and irrelevant. However, little does he realize that policy decisions, from government spending to taxes to … Continue reading

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Brief Thoughts on “Epistemological Problems of Economics” by Ludwig von Mises

“Epistemological Problems of Economics” is a collection of papers and speeches that Mises combined into a book. The book was first published in 1933 and the components were written in the late 1920s and early 1930s, thus they appeared at … Continue reading

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