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Gabriel Openshaw

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Gabriel Openshaw has a degree in International Business and is Vice President of E-Commerce for a national retailer. He holds three nationalities and has explored over 100 countries on all...

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Vote with Your Feet: Free States Are Happier and Richer

When we adjust for the cost of living, we find that more economically free states in the US are richer, happier, and...

Free Markets and Social Welfare

Gabriel Openshaw looks at immigration patterns to show how people shun central planning.

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Rafe Champion

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Rafe Champion is a writer interested in philosophy and science, especially the work of the Austrian philosopher Karl Popper and the Austrian economist F.A. Hayek. See his website....

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The Last Knight Still Leading the Way

Mises (1881–1973) is one of the sleeping giants of the 20th century. For many decades he was the leader of the...

Making Sense of Popper

For some, Popper is the most overrated intellectual of the century. For others, he is the overlooked genius. Rafe...

Mike Foley

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Payday Lending: Serving the Unbanked

The Center for Responsible Lending says that payday lending is a predatory business in that it lures borrowers into...

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Roy A. Childs

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Roy A. Childs, Jr. (1949–1992) was a libertarian essayist and critic who counted among his early influences Ayn Rand, Ludwig von Mises, Rose Wilder Lane, and Robert LeFevre. In the...

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The Invisible Hand Strikes Back

Surely one of the most significant occurrences on the intellectual scene during the past few years has been the...

Professor Kroy on Contract and Freedom: Comment
The Journal of Libertarian Studies , Volume 1, Number 3 (1977)
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Brian Ó Caithnia

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Brian Ó Caithnia is an adjunct professor of economics at Syracuse University, Madrid, and the chairman of the Irish Liberty Forum.

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Restoring the Honor of the Spanish Cucumber

The food-poisoning scare has ravaged Europe's agricultural sector, and losses have already spiraled into the...

The Death of the Celtic Tiger

"There is a growing body of disenfranchised and radicalized citizens who see the EU for what it is: a criminal...

Fergus Hodgson

Fergus Hodgson

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Fergus Hodgson is editor in chief of the PanAm Post, a bilingual publication that spans the American continent. Originally from New Zealand, he came to the United States to study...

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Libertarianism for Dummies!

The support of libertarians for big business is another debunked myth. So long as these enterprises are compatible...

Yuri Kuznetsov

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Yuri Kuznetsov is a researcher at the Institute of Economic Forecasting of the Russian Academy of Sciences and a member of the Institute for the Study of Russian Economy in...

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Fiat Money as an Administrative Good

Yuri Kuznetsov suggests a scenario by which fiat money comes about, a scenario which may be useful for understanding...

Fiat Money as an Administrative Good

"Governmental taxation provides one mean by which fiat money could come into existence."

Jeffrey M. Herbener

Jeffrey M. Herbener

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Jeffrey Herbener teaches economics at Grove City College and is chairman of the economics department. He is assistant editor of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics.

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Time Preference Theory and Its Critics

A private graduate seminar presented at Mises University 2019.

The Theory of Interest

Presented at Mises University 2019.

Frank Hollenbeck

Frank Hollenbeck

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Frank Hollenbeck has held positions at international universities and organizations.

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Five Steps to Fixing Greece’s Debt Problem

The Europeans have decided to limit funding and credit extended to the Greeks. This puts the Greek financial system...

How Greek Default May Still Unravel the EU

The Greeks may still default, and that would mean big trouble not so much for Greece as for other EU member states...

John Engle

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John Engle is a Hawaiian student studying economics at Trinity College Dublin.

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Celtic Kitten: The Failure of Intervention in Ireland

A drastic turn to responsible economics is the only legitimate way to escape the deep rut Ireland finds itself in...

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