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Dr. Mark Brandly is a Fellow of the Mises Institute. He holds a PhD in economics from Auburn University, where he was a Mises Research Fellow, specializing in the areas of Public Finance, International Economics, Natural Resource Economics, and Industrial Organization. He has published articles in The Wall Street JournalThe Journal of CommercePublic Finance ReviewThe Quarterly Journal of Austrian EconomicsThe Free Market, various newspapers and websites. Since 2003, Dr. Brandly has taught at Ferris State University. He also taught at Ball State University and Taylor University. Prior to his academic career, he worked in the Colorado oil and gas industry managing the drilling, completion, and production of oil and gas wells. 

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Review Essay of Global Trade and Conflicting National Interests by Ralph E. Gomory and William J. Baumol

Global Economy

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
This book provides the basis for some anti-free trade arguments. For instance, Paul Craig Roberts asserts that Gomory and Baumol “explode the free trade assumption


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Jean-Baptiste Say, the Father of Austrian Public Finance: Views and Taxation

History of the Austrian School of Economics

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Carl Menger, the founder of the Austrian School of economics, was instrumental in developing the Austrian analytical framework. However, the foundation of Austrian theory predates Menger by centuries.


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Murray N. Rothbard (1926-95) [Full Edition of Vol. 15, No. 1]


07/30/2014Austrian Economics Newsletter
Volume 15, Number 1 (Summer 1995) Mark Brandly discusses Murray N. Rothbard's legacy as well as his contributions to Austrian theory.


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