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Chris Shaw

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Chris Shaw is a master's-degree student at the University of Warwick, as well as being an independent researcher and political blogger. He describes himself as a libertarian anarchist. His blog...

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My Contributions to Entrepreneurship Theory

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

Blog06/29/2016

Peter Klein examines the role and work of Austrian scholars like Mises, Kirzner, Hayek, and others in explaining how entrepreneurship works.

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Little sleep, more productivity

Blog04/05/2011

The Wall Street Journal’s Melinda Black has an interesting piece in today’s edition entitled “The Sleepless Elite.” One to three percent of the population require less than six hours of sleep to function well.

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Thank you for your Donation to the Mises Institute.

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Public Servants: Who is Serving Whom?

Taxes and SpendingInterventionismMonopoly and Competition

Blog05/08/2016

Public servants on average are paid better than their private sector taxpaying counterparts. How exactly are they our "servants"?

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David Haggith

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David Haggith is editor of The Great Recession Blog

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2016's Economy Begins with a Whimper

Global markets are showing they can't handle even a tiny bit of tightening by the Federal Reserve, and other...

2016's Economy Begins with a Whimper

Global markets are showing they can't handle even a tiny bit of tightening by the Federal Reserve, and other...

C. Jay Engel

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C. Jay Engel is an investment advisor at The Sullivan Group, an independent, Austrian-School oriented, wealth management firm in northern California. He is especially interested in wealth preservation in lieu...

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We Need the Pain that Comes with More Saving

We're constantly being told by the mainstream financial media that saving money will destroy the economy. In...

Bernie Sanders Criticizes the Fed for the Wrong Reasons

Bernie Sanders says he wants to reform the Fed, but Bernie's wrongheaded views on Fed policy demonstrate why it...

Peter Francis Fenwick

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Peter Francis Fenwick is founder and chairman of Fenwick Software in Melbourne, Australia. He holds a MBA from Melbourne University, and is the author of The Fragility of Freedom: Why...

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A Visit to the Mises Institute

Our visit was an opportunity to build lasting friendships with fine people and to see at first hand the wonderful...

The Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama

Policy for Commenting on Mises.org

Mises.org is a community of individuals dedicated to Austrian economics, freedom, and peace. Our writers and bloggers generally are academic professionals or economists. Mises Daily articles, Mises Library pages, and Mises Wire posts are intended to provide scholarly, substantive content and...

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Rothbard Gets Credit

Blog02/19/2016

The authors of Crisis Chronicles: The Panic of 1819—America's First Great Economic Crisis have updated their article to explicitly include Rothbard as a source.

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Charles Hugh Smith

Charles Hugh Smith

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Charles Hugh Smith is a contributing editor to PeakProsperity.com and the proprietor of the popular blog OfTwoMinds.com. He is the author of numerous books, including Why Everything...

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Charles Hugh Smith: The US Healthcare Debacle

Jeff Deist and Charles Hugh Smith discuss our absurdly anti-market healthcare system.

The War On Cash: Why Now?

Physical cash has long been problematic for governments because it allows people to avoid the banking system, which...

"Monopoly" Goes Cashless

Blog02/16/2016

As Martin Armstrong reports, the new version of the venerable board game "Monopoly" set to be released this summer is completely cashless.

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Did the NY Fed Plagiarize Rothbard?

Booms and BustsBusiness Cycles

Blog02/11/2016

Rothbard's book is considered the standard on the subject of the 1819 crisis, yet the NY Fed authors seem reluctant to speak his name.

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Peter Klein

Peter G. Klein

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Peter G. Klein is Carl Menger Research Fellow of the Mises Institute and Professor of Entrepreneurship at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. He is also a Senior Research Fellow with Baylor's Baugh Center...

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The Usefulness of Austrian Economics

Peter G. Klein explains how Austrian Economics offers unique insights.

Entrepreneurship

Recorded at Mises University 2016.

Peter St. Onge

Peter St. Onge

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Peter St. Onge is an assistant professor at Taiwan's Fengjia University College of Business. He blogs at Profits of Chaos.

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Peter St. Onge: "Moneyness" in a Digital Age

Jeff Deist and Peter St. Onge discuss some of the fundamental questions about money in this electronic age.

How to Reverse the Innovation Slowdown

Compared to the golden age of innovation, now maligned as the "Gilded Age," technological innovation has...

1916 and the Health of the State

War and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryInterventionism

Blog01/21/2016

A century of altering the social and economic life in the West: World War I.

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Ivan Jankovic

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Ivan Jankovic is a PhD student in political science at Simon Fraser University in Canada and a Mises Summer Fellow 2011. He has published in Journal des Economistes et des...

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Libertarian Centralizers

The Founders knew that the only way to protect liberty was to divide and decentralize power.

Vedran Vuk

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Vedran Vuk has a bachelor degree of economics from Loyola University of New Orleans, and was a 2006 summer fellow at the Mises Institute. He is currently pursuing a doctorate...

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What Motley Crue Can Teach Us About Drug Legalization

Without the legal system ruining the lives of nonviolent drug users, there will be a light at the end of the dark...

Alexander Tabarrok

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Alexander Tabarrok is a Canadian-American economist and co-author of the economics blog, Marginal Revolution. He is a professor at George Mason University and a fellow at the school's Mercatus Center....

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Subjective Value Theory: A Reformulation
Volume 12, Number 1 (Fall 1990)

The method of Austrian economics stresses the use of words and concepts...

The Preferred Tax Type: Comment on Herbener

A standard theorem in neoclassical public finance holds that income taxes are preferred to equal revenue excise...