History of the Austrian School of Economics

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Notes and Recollections: With the Historical Setting of the Austrian School of Economics

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

01/11/2016Books
W ritten between 1940 and 1941, shortly after he arrived in the United States, Notes and Recollections is in effect Mises’s pre-1940 intellectual autobiography. This work reveals how Mises developed his theories, wrote his books, lectured, and taught; it describes his life in Vienna and the...
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Selected Writings of LVM, vol 2: Between the Two World Wars

Booms and BustsCalculation and KnowledgeFiscal TheoryHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPolitical Theory

01/11/2016Books
The essays collected in this volume are from the interwar period, when Mises was working for the Vienna Chamber of Commerce. They concern monetary policy, fiscal policy, the boom and bust cycle, trade, economic calculation, socialism, and the history of ideas.
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The Week in Review: January 9, 2016

Booms and BustsGlobal EconomyMoney and BanksTaxes and SpendingU.S. EconomyHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsMoney and BankingPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

01/09/2016Mises Wire
Populism was in the air this week as ranchers in the Western US opposed the spread of federally-owned lands, and reformers in Switzerland look to a referendum on fractional reserve banking.

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"Paradise for an Austrian Researcher"

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsPhilosophy and Methodology

01/06/2016Mises Wire
Murray Rothbard dreamed of a fellowship program at the Mises Institute where students could become new Austrian scholars. In the twenty years since Rothbard’s death, the Mises Institute has worked with hundreds of young academics to build a new generation of Austrians...

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Why Austrians Are Not Neoliberals

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsMonetary TheoryOther Schools of ThoughtValue and Exchange

01/04/2016Mises Wire
In his book Never Let a Serious Crisis Go to Waste , Philip Mirowski correctly diagnoses many problems with neoclassical economics. The reader soon notices, however, that Mirowski doesn't know the difference between Austrian economists and neoliberals...

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The Week in Review: January 2, 2016

Booms and BustsMedia and CultureMoney and BanksWorld HistoryHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsMoney and Banking

01/02/2016Mises Wire
Happy New Year from everyone at the Mises Institute! After an exciting 2015 filled with important research and growth in our global reach, we look forward to 2016. We start the new year with a Mises Weekends from Judge Andrew P. Napolitano.

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Mises: An Audacious Champion of Freedom

Free MarketsWorld HistoryHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

12/29/2015Mises Wire
Mises was not only a dazzling economist and champion of liberty, but no Communist, nor Nazi, nor central banker could pressure him into doing the wrong thing

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The Week in Review: December 26, 2015

Big GovernmentBooms and BustsThe FedGlobal EconomyMoney and BanksHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionismMoney and BankingOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

12/26/2015Mises Wire
As an exciting year comes to a close, we want to thank all of our incredible members that allow us to do the work we do in advancing Austrian economics, freedom, and peace.

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Get More Bang for Your Buck

Big GovernmentHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionism

12/22/2015Mises Wire
The influence of the Mises Institute is growing, but we still have a long way to go. With an election year looming, our mission of winning hearts and minds becomes increasingly urgent.

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The Week in Review: December 19, 2015

Booms and BustsThe EntrepreneurHealthWar and Foreign PolicyEntrepreneurshipHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

12/19/2015Mises Wire
This week, the Federal Reserve raised the target Federal Funds Rate ever so slightly. The Fed perhaps felt it had to raise rates to protect its credibility, as credibility problems seem to be plaguing similar institutions worldwide.

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