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International Conference of Prices & Markets Coming Soon

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Blog10/16/2014

Reflective of the growing international participation at the Toronto Austrian Scholars Conference, the event will be rebranded as the International Conference of Prices & Markets in concert with the Mises...

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The Ethanol Industry: An Engine of Economic Destruction

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Blog08/06/2014

In his recent Mises Daily, Dave Albin admirably elucidates the tangle of unseen, long-run consequences that has resulted from uncoordinated government subsidies to the sugar, corn and ethanol industries....

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The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences 2007

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Blog10/15/2007

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2007 jointly to Leonid Hurwicz, University of Minnesota, Eric S. Maskin,...

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The New York Times Management: Not as Smart as You

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Blog09/19/2007

So the Times has stopped charging for most of its web content. The reason? "Many more readers started...

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Prices are up! Or Down! Depending...

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Blog07/18/2007

The CPI release this month features its usual aggregation and concludes that prices are rising 5% per annum. But take a look at specifics. If your main thing is driving around and burning fossil fuels, your compounded annual rate of price...

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Gouging you and me

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Blog06/13/2007

In May, the House of Representatives passed a bill that could lead to fines as high as $3 million per day for gasoline price gouging, which it defined as charging a price that "grossly exceeds the average price offered for sale by that person during the 30 days prior" or "...

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Is the Stock Market Rising?

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Blog05/30/2007

I rather like this chart from the New York Times showing the value of the S&P 500 Index in the dollar, three foreign currencies, gold, houses, oil and corn....

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Why High Gas Prices?

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Blog05/24/2007

I'm intrigued by this NYT explanation: "a surprising culprit: uncertainty created by the government's push to increase the supply of biofuels like ethanol in coming years. In his State of the...

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