For as long as the present economic system lumbers along, Keynesians will control the levers of power and influence. But when at last the system goes down in a heap, and central banks cannot restore the system, there will be a quest for answers.
For months, now, the mass media and the financial markets have anxiously watched and waited to see the outcome of a war of words, accusations, and threats that have been fought between Greece and its Eurozone and European Union partners.
The Austrian School of economics has a concept called a "crack-up boom" in which a critical mass of people conclude that their government is actively trying to devalue its currency.
One week ago, the world was not exactly shocked to learn that after Germany and the Netherlands, one more country had unofficially joined the ranks of nations who have seen this all before and know how it ends...
Yousif is a successful young businessman in Bahrain. He's the director of the National Concrete Company. He is an avid student of Austrian Economics, and of noninterventionism.
in the early 1960s, financial journalist Henry Hazlitt warned against efforts to create an international system to help facilitate the smooth transfer of currencies.
Forty years ago, on October 9, 1974, the Nobel Prize committee announced that the co-recipient of that year's award for economics was the Austrian economist, Friedrich A. Hayek.
Ron Paul and Mark Spitznagel share a passion for non-interventionism, free markets, and Austrian economics.
The initial projections for sales processed with bitcoin on Overstock.com this year was set at $3-5m, but this figure has since increased dramatically, according to Byrne.
We talk about his introduction to classical liberal philosophy, Bitcoin’s role in the liberty movement, what the government plans to do about Bitcoin, and even some exciting and breaking news on the future of Overstock.com.
Jeff Deist (Fmr. Advisor and Chief of Staff for Ron Paul and current President of the Mises Institute) comes on the show to talk about the transition to Mises, Ron Paul, and the future. Lots of between Segments and post show Bonus discussion
There is no doubt that paranoia is warranted. Indeed, paranoia is the name of the game in the underground economy. When dealing in “crimes” that could get you locked away in a cage for years with no expectation of being treated as a human,
Video Information: Archived from the live Mises.tv broadcast, this lecture was presented by Tom Woods at the 2013 Mises University, hosted by the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 21 July 2013.
In the below clip, George Soros correctly complains that there are serious problems with mainstream economics. Toward the end of the clip he correctly points out that mainstream economists are improperly attempting to mimic the science of physics. Wh
Several years ago, I composed an article entitled "Darth Greenspan" in which I compared former Federal Reserve Chairman, Alan Greenspan to Hollywood’s greatest villain Darth Vader bringing attention to his early adherence to a gold based currency ...
Patriots; Arizonans need gold, silver choice for money! Please write/call your feelings about Az.'s SB1439 Legal Tender (gold, silver) -- it has hit a snag with bankers, after passing through the Az. Senate on a straight party split.
Anonymous alternative currency usage on the rise
Where free competition is absent or certain firms are subsidized by the public purse, the market ceases to function.
Monetary policy remains in the hands of money-printing Keynesians like Ben Bernanke, while Americans were forced to choose between the two Keynesian presidential candidates – Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Yet in China, policy-makers have begun welcom
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An idea is not necessarily good because it is old, or necessarily bad because it is new, buf if an old idea works, then the weight of the evidence is all in its favour.
The full-length Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee Hearing on sound money and parallel currencies. Off the Chart The full-length Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee Hearing on sound money and parallel currencies. The Finacial system around th
Individuals operate by incentives, and feedback is necessary for economies to improve. After all, Mises named his economic treatise Human Action and his methods praxeology, the study of individuals making decisions according to value and time prefere
Let's face it, those of us who have the patience and interest to obsess and nitpick over every imaginable aspect of a voluntary society, or discuss Austrian economics for hours on end, are not "normal."
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Richard Ebeling
I’ve been thinking about this since Ofer Nave spoke in the Agorist Panel at the New Hampshire Liberty Forum this year. He drew a distinction between sustainable and unsustainable counter economic activity
Tim Kelly is graduate of George Mason University. He is a political cartoonist, a policy advisor and columnist for the Future of Freedom Foundation and a producer/correspondent for Radio America’s Special Investigator.
In return for his expert labour, Mavridis received a number of Local Alternative Units (known as tems in Greek) in his online network account. In return for the eggs, olive oil, tax advice and the rest, he transferred tems into other people’s account
The conflation of these two concepts – regulation and analysis – adds yet more confusion to a marketplace already overwhelmed by price-fixing and distorted by efforts at restraining the Invisible Hand. The result of such massive price-fixing is inevi