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Jeff Deist and Andy Duncan discuss the rise of UKIP in England, and whether it represents a real populist anti-state uprising or just rightist politics. Andy skewers the strutting political class in London, and the charade of voting Labour or Conservative based on minute policy differences. They also discuss the upcoming Scottish independence vote, and […]
By Gary Galles: The use of the ceteris paribus, or “other things equal” assumption is an essential aspect of economic education. It is an important caveat that helps make sense of a complicated world by clarifying the incentive stories that comprise the core of economics. http://library.mises.org//media/Audio%20Mises%20Daily/Dont%20Assume%20What%20Is%20Unseen%20Doesnt%20Exist.mp3 Unfortunately, the often unthinking acceptance of that phrase has […]
Dr. Mark Thornton discusses the differenes between Austrian economics and mainstream economics. VIDEO: Austrian Economics versus Mainstream Economics :: The Mises Economics Blog: The Circle Bastiat.
Smuggling has often played a pivotal role in important events and episodes in American history, writes Mark Thornton. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Clay Barnett. http://library.mises.org//media/Audio%20Mises%20Daily/How%20Smugglers%20Made%20America.mp3 Read text here via How Smugglers Made America – Mises Media.
By Christopher Westley In Alabama last week, an estimated 900 union reps, politicians, local business owners, and their families rallied to raise awareness of supposed steel import dumping and how it threatens their way of life. They have a point. When a competitor enters a market selling a homogeneous product and can undercut the price […]
In this monograph, Butler Shaffer addresses an important question that has aroused much interest among libertarians: What is the status of intellectual property? Are patents and copyrights legitimate? This is a major contribution to libertarian legal theory and an indispensable guide to a vital topic. http://library.mises.org//media/A%20Libertarian%20Critique%20of%20Intellectual%20Property/A%20Libertarian%20Critique%20of%20Intellectual%20Property.mp3 via A Libertarian Critique of Intellectual Property – Mises […]
Jeff Deist and Helio Beltrao discuss liberty in Brazil and the cronyism in of the World Cup. Beltrao is the founder and president of Mises Brazil and is a fund manager. Beltrao and Deist discuss how cronyism is alive and well in the World Cup. Helio Beltrão: World Cup Cronyism and the Liberty Movement in […]
Hans Hermann-Hoppe gives an important talk at the Costs of War seminar put on by the Mises Institute. Hoppe discusses how World War I was the beginning of the end of civilization. Listen below or here. http://library.mises.org/media/The%20Costs%20of%20War/World%20War%20I%20as%20the%20End%20of%20Civilization%20Hans-Hermann%20Hoppe.mp3 World War I as the End of Civilization – Mises Media.