The Murray N. Rothbard Memorial Lecture, sponsored by Helio Beltrão. Per Bylund is assistant professor of entrepreneurship and Records-Johnston Professor of Free Enterprise in the School of Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University. Presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 11 March 2017. Includes introductory remarks by Joseph […]
Learn economics from the Austrian School. The economics of the Austrian school are based on economic law and logical deductions. You won’t find breaking windows or digging ditches for the sake of it here.
Trade is dependent on long-distance transportation, and transportation results in carbon dioxide emissions. Ok, it might be difficult to build this Apple locally, but couldn’t we at least buy these apples locally, to save the planet? Dead wrong. The transportation of foods leaves less of a carbon footprint than you might think.
The F.A. Hayek Memorial Lecture, sponsored by the Stephen Haag Estate. Paul H. Rubin is Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Economics at Emory University, Past President of the Southern Economic Association, and former Editor of ‘Managerial and Decision Economics’. Presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 11 […]
The Ludwig von Mises Memorial Lecture, sponsored by Dr. John Brätland. Glenn Fox is an agricultural and natural resource economist. He has been a member of the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Guelph since 1985. Presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, […]
Frederic Bastiat the radical. We think we know Bastiat from ‘The Law’, but his work in economics and social theory actually spans thousands of pages. And he was a thoroughgoing radical in his personal and professional life, both in his Basque hometown of Bayonne and in the “Babylon” of Paris. Hart makes the case that […]
We’re told we need government because only the public sector can give us “public goods,” which are either impossible to produce privately or are produced in the wrong quantities
Women in America are the freest in the world, yet many feminists tell us women are oppressed. They advocate this falsehood through victim mentality propaganda and misleading statistics, such as the gender wage gap myth. In five minutes, Christina Hoff Sommers tells you the truth about feminism.
Dr. Williams shares his insights on a variety of economic topics, including licensing, regulations, cronyism, taxes, jobs, property rights, the Federal Reserve and more.