ASC 2009

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William Douglass: Sound-Money Theorist of the American Colonial Period

04/29/2009Audio/Video
Joseph A. Weglarz presents William Douglass: Sound-Money Theorist of the American Colonial Period. From the 2009 ASC Panel: Sound Money.

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Was Rothbard a Mainstream Economist?

04/29/2009Audio/Video
Joseph T. Salerno presents Was Rothbard a Mainstream Economist? From the 2009 ASC Panel: Rethinking the History of Economic Ideas.

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The Essence of Keynesian Economics: A Critique

04/29/2009Audio/Video
Wladimir Kraus presents The Essence of Keynesian Economics: A Critique. From the 2009 ASC Panel: Rethinking the History of Economic Ideas.

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Commentary

04/29/2009Audio/Video
J. H. Huebert offers Commentary on the 2009 ASC Panel: Regulation and Development.

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The Battle of Ideas from Keynes to Thatcher

04/29/2009Audio/Video
Antonio Masala presents The Battle of Ideas from Keynes to Thatcher. From the 2009 ASC Panel: Rethinking the History of Economic Ideas.

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The Carry Tax Proposal: Back from the Dead

04/29/2009Audio/Video
J. Bradley Jansen presents The Carry Tax Proposal: Back from the Dead. From the 2009 ASC Panel: Applied Economics.

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The Link Between Degenerating Currency and Degenerating Culture

04/29/2009Audio/Video
Paul T. Prentice presents The Link Between Degenerating Currency and Degenerating Culture. From the 200 ASC Panel: Sound Money.

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An Austrian Examination of the News Media and Its Future

04/29/2009Audio/Video
Ryan McMaken presents An Austrian Examination of the News Media and Its Future. From the 2009 ASC Panel: Applied Economics.

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Financial Markets: Free and Compulsory

04/29/2009Audio/Video
Jörg Guido Hülsmann presents Financial Markets: Free and Compulsory. From the 2009 ASC Panel: Sound Money.

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The Role of Policy Academics in Guarding Failing Food Safety Regulation: The Anti-Aphid Hypothesis

04/29/2009Audio/Video
Tomohide Yasuda presents The Role of Policy Academics in Guarding failing Food Safety Regulation: The Anti-Aphid Hypothesis. From the 2009 ASC Panel: Regulation and Development.

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