Tag Archives : Austrian Economics


The IMF and Austrian Theory

Source: http://mises.ca By James E. Miller    The IMF and Austrian Theory   Back in the early 1960s, financial journalist Henry Hazlitt warned against efforts to create an international system to help facilitate the smooth transfer of currencies. Representatives from the world’s leading governments were attempting to increase liquidity in global markets. They wanted to […]

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Ron Paul and Mark Spitznagel Talk Freedom, Farming, and the Fed

Ron Paul and Mark Spitznagel Talk Freedom, Farming, and the Fed

Source: https://mises.org By Ron Paul Ron Paul and Mark Spitznagel Talk Freedom, Farming, and the Fed   Ron Paul and Mark Spitznagel share a passion for non-interventionism, free markets, and Austrian economics. Congressman Paul served many years as a US Representative from Texas, spanning 1976 to 2013, and was a Republican presidential candidate in 2008 […]


Gold, Silver, and the Future of the Dollar   Recently updated !

Source: https://mises.org By Mark Thornton Gold, Silver, and the Future of the Dollar   This transcript is adapted from an interview with Mark Thornton and David Morgan at The Morgan Report. Mark Thornton is available for media interviews. Contact him here. David Morgan: Could you give us your personal assessment on the current economic landscape? […]

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So Much Wrong About Inflation   Recently updated !

Source: http://bionicmosquito.blogspot.com By Bionic Mosquito   So Much Wrong About Inflation   Austrians are more and more noticed in the mainstream. You don’t get much more mainstream than Paul Krugman; he has written a short blog post (HT EPJ) critical of Austrians and their supposedly creative use of the term “inflation.” Referencing a Noah Smith […]


The Junk Science of Modern Macro-Economics   Recently updated !

Source: http://bionicmosquito.blogspot.com By Bionic Mosquito   The Junk Science of Modern Macro-Economics   John Mauldin has published another almost-there Thoughts from the Frontline: GDP: A Brief But Affectionate History. I say “almost-there,” because like many of Mauldin’s pieces, he gets almost-there – almost to the truth about economics and economists – without going all the […]

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Investors and Austrian Economics

  Source: https://mises.org By Robert Blumen Investors and Austrian Economics   Robert Blumen, a software engineer with a background in financial applications, recently spoke with the Mises Institute about the Austrian School’s growing influence among investors. Mises Institute: In recent years, we’ve seen more and more Austrian-tinged economic analysis coming from investors like Mark Spitznagel […]


Why the Mainstream Fails to Understand Recessions

  Source: http://mises.org By Hal Snarr Why the Mainstream Fails to Understand Recessions   In a 2010 Bloomberg Television interview, Alan Greenspan said, “The general notion the Fed was propagator of the bubble by monetary policy does not hold up to the evidence. … Everybody missed it — academia, the Federal Reserve, all regulators.” Everybody […]

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China warns investors to prepare for “wave of bankruptcies”

  Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Nick Sorrentino China warns investors to prepare for “wave of bankruptcies”     Things as we have said for nearly 2 years are not good in the Ultimate Crony Capitalist State. In fact they are quite bad. It is textbook Austrian economics on an almost unimaginable scale.   Central banks poured […]