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Mark Brandly

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Mark Brandly is a professor of economics at Ferris State University and an Associated Scholar of the Mises Institute.

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Including the Ocean Floor, the Feds Own Much More Land than You Think

U.S. HistoryPricesValue and Exchange

03/17/2016Mises Wire
The US government owns immense amounts of dry land, but the US government also owns far larger amounts of ocean floor. Government ownership of such immense amounts of natural resources causes substantial distortions to prices and markets.

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A Conversation with my Neighbor "Sam"

Taxes and SpendingU.S. EconomyU.S. History

03/03/2016Mises Wire
My neighbor Sam is deeply in debt. But, he tells me that he owes all that money "to himself," so he thinks it's not a problem. I think he's in deeper trouble than he thinks...

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More DC Lies on Debts and Spending

Big GovernmentU.S. Economy

12/08/2014Mises Daily Articles
DC budget spinners are at it again, claiming that deficits are melting away and the national debt is no big deal. In fact, debt and spending are just as out-of-control as ever, and if interest rates go up, we’re in deep trouble...

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What Can We Do about Gasoline Prices?

07/07/2011Audio/Video
Jeffrey Tucker interviews Mark Brandly, professor of economics at Ferris State University, and discusses the politics and economics of oil. [18:23]

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Another Reason to End the Fed

The FedInterventionism

05/03/2011Mises Daily Articles
Gasoline prices would be 27 percent lower today if the dollar had held its value relative to the euro over the last decade.

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