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Reinach and Rothbard Symposium 2001

The Contributions of Reinach and Rothbard: An International Symposium

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March 29, 2001Auburn, Alabama

Directed by Jörg Guido Hülsmann Block, Walter. "Rothbard, Reinach, Law, Economics, Praxeology and Libertarianism." ABSTRACT: Austrian Theory of Law and Economics sounds like a contradiction; at the very least, like a violation of...

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Marlboro NJ McMansions

Don't Blame the Whole Housing Bubble on CRA: Part II

BlogApril 30, 2014

A follow up to Ryan's excellent post. Roger Garrison is at his best here balancing Fed policy and housing policy  including CRA and their relative impact of the latest boom-bust. An excellent...

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Literature and the Economics of Liberty: Spontaneous Order in Culture

BooksDecember 4, 2009
In a welcome change of critical perspective, Paul Cantor and Stephen Cox give an economic interpretation of literature from a pro-market point of view, not the standard Marxism take.

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Recent Literature on Interest

BooksSeptember 15, 2007
Böhm-Bawerk takes on alternatives to the Austrian theory he presents in previous books and clarifies the case.

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Free Banking: Theory, History, and a Laissez-Faire Model

BooksJuly 29, 2008
Published in 1993, this is a formalization and extension of literature in the free banking area, with important correctives and clarifications.

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The Anatomy of Criticism: A Trialogue

BooksFebruary 8, 2007
Hazlitt has his characters debate the question of literary value, and pushes forward the proposition that the value of literature is discerned and revealed through the operation of the "social mind."...

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Studies in the Theory of International Trade

BooksJune 15, 2009
In the English economic literature prior to Adam Smith, the most pervasive and the most emphasized doctrine is the importance of having an excess of exports over imports. To this doctrine and the trade regulations which it inspired, Adam Smith, following the usage of some of the Physiocrats, gave...

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Biography of A.R.J. Turgot (1727-1781)

JournalsAugust 1, 2007
ANNE ROBERT JACQUES TURGOT'S career in economics was brief but brilliant, and in every way remarkable. In the first place, he died rather young, and second, the time and energy he devoted to economics was comparatively little. He was a busy man of affairs, born in Paris to a distinguished...

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Review of Literature and Liberty: Essays in Libertarian Literary Criticism by Allen P. Mendenhall

JournalsNovember 19, 2014
During the past forty years, nothing has been more popular in the American university than “interdisciplinary work.” Too often, however, the appropriate prefix for “disciplinary” has been “non” rather than “inter.” Doing something “...

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The Confused Literature on Globalization

Audio/VideoNovember 1, 2006
From the 2006 Supporters Summit: Imperialism: Enemy of Freedom, 27-28 October 2006, Auburn, Alabama.

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Economics and Literature: A Tribute and Celebration

Audio/VideoMarch 14, 2010
Presented by Paul A. Cantor at the 2010 Austrian Scholars Conference. Includes the presentation of the annual O.P. Alford Prize in Libertarian Scholarship ($1,000), an introduction by Jeffrey Tucker, and closing remarks by former Mises Institute president Douglas French. The ASC is the...

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Literature of Isolationism, 1972-1983: A Bibliographic Guide

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In this essay, the author updates his monograph The Literature of Isolationism: A Guide to Non-Interventionist Scholarship , 1930-1972 (Colorado Springs, Colo.: Ralph Myles, 1972).Only rarely will material from the earlier volume he repeated here. This essay supplements, not replaces, the earlier...

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Literature Lost, by John Ellis

JournalsDecember 1, 1997
Like Martha Nussbaum, whose Cultivating Humanity is addressed above, John M. Ellis is concerned with multiculturalism.

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Literature and the Economics of Liberty: Spontaneous Order in Culture, by Paul A. Cantor and Stephen Cox

JournalsOctober 1, 2009
The contributors to this outstanding collection of essays propose a revolution in literary criticism — a revolution, moreover, that has as its heart the application of Austrian economics...

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Libertarian Literature Review, Issue 13 Number 1

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This section provides short descriptions of scholarly articles expounding on libertarian theory or otherwise of special interest to libertarians. The articles listed will be drawn exclusively from non-libertarian periodicals, since specialized libertarian fora are well-known sources of libertarian...

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Libertarian Literature Review Volume 12, Number 2

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Beginning with this issue of the Journal of Libertarian Studies, this section will provide short descriptions of recent scholarly articles expounding on libertarian theory or otherwise of special interest to libertarians. The articles listed will be drawn exclusively from non-libertarian...

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Literature and the Economics of Liberty: An Interview with Allen Mendenhall

Audio/VideoMarch 14, 2011
Jeffrey Tucker interviews Allen Mendenhall, a Ph.D. student at Auburn University, and discusses the role of Austrian Economics in the field of literary criticism. Recorded at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 27 January 2011.

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Feed the World

Mises DailyApril 21, 2008
Make fuel from corn, by all means, if the free market signals that this the most pressing need and, hence, the most lucrative use for the crop.

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Feeding at the Trough

Mises DailySeptember 25, 2001
While not quite Keynesian pyramids or payments to farmers to plow up their surplus crops, this is still, sadly, yet another New Deal in the making.

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