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Economic Data Without Good Economic Theory Is Useless

EducationPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog09/13/2016

Empirical data is useful as historical information. But to interpret the data, we require good economic theory.

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The Continuing Relevance of Mises's Human Action

EducationHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog09/08/2016

In the nearly seven decades since its appearance, Human Action has come to be recognized as one of the truly great classics of modern economics.

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The Myth of "Macroeconomics"

EducationOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog09/07/2016

The macroeconomic approach looks upon an arbitrarily selected segment of the market economy as if it were an integrated unit.

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Why Do Americans Have Such High Incomes and So Little Savings?

EducationHealthPolitical Theory

Blog08/26/2016

Americans enjoy one of the world's highest incomes levels. But their fondness for spending means they have have relatively low levels of wealth.

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The Real Reason Brazil Can Still Be "the Country of the Future"

Big GovernmentEducationStrategy

Blog08/12/2016

If Brazil truly is "the country of the future," it will be due to it embracing the ideas of Mises, Hayek, and Rothbard.

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Admiration Does Not Mean Blind Devotion

EducationMedia and CultureStrategy

Blog08/11/2016

Maybe the best thing we can do then is to let ourselves be guided by Bastiat's saying: "The worst thing that can happen to a good cause is, not to be skillfully attacked, but to be ineptly defended."

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What Students Are Saying About Mises U 2016

EducationAustrian Economics Overview

Blog08/05/2016

Students share their experiences from this year's Mises U.

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The Problem With Socialism

EducationTaxes and SpendingPolitical Theory

Blog07/19/2016

My hope is that my new book, The Problem with Socialism, will be viewed as a companion to Henry Hazlitt's classic Economics in One Lesson.

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The Lesson Revisited

EducationInterventionism

Blog07/01/2016

Economics, as we have now seen again and again, is a science of recognizing secondary consequences.

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Higher Education’s Academic Monoculture

EducationMedia and CultureTaxes and SpendingInterventionism

Thanks to government funding and a lack of intellectual diversity, critical thinking has become a mere afterthought at American universities.

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