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Russell Lamberti

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Russell Lamberti is co-founder of the Mises Institute South Africa and Chief Strategist at investment advisory firm ETM Analytics. He is co-author of When Money Destroys Nations. He lives in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Say's Law: The Antidote to Countless Economic Fallacies

Philosophy and MethodologyValue and Exchange

Blog02/14/2017
Say's Law essentially tells us that we produce in order to consume. Once we start thinking we can consume before we produce, we get into trouble.

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Inflation: It’s a Wealth Redistribution Scheme

The FedMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog08/18/2016

When new money is made, it helps those who get the new money first (usually the wealthy) — at the expense of those who get it later (the poor).

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Greece’s Biggest Problem Is Its Anti-Capitalist Culture

Global EconomyInterventionismMoney and Banking

07/08/2015Mises Daily Articles
Like Argentina and Venezuela, Greece's economy is plagued not just by institutional problems, but by a pervasive anti-capitalism that continually cripples the ability of individual Greeks to build wealth and a solid economy...

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Getting Interest Rates Right (Is a Job For Markets)

Money and BanksMoney and BankingPrices

12/04/2014Mises Daily Articles
Interest rates are like prices, and the state should not regulate interest rates any more than it should regulate the price of soda. Regulation will lead to overuse of resources, shortages, and distorted markets.

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Who Needs the Debt Ceiling?

The FedLegal SystemInterventionism

12/14/2013Mises Daily Articles
The singular brilliance of the debt ceiling is that it keeps reminding everyone that there is a growing national debt that never seems to shrink. That is a tremendous service to American citizens who live in the dark regarding the borrowing machinations of their political overlords.

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