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  • 3 Ways the Critics Get Praxeology Wrong

    Published: 22/05/2017
    By: Jonathan Newman Jeff Deist has excellent advice for us: listen to dead economists . He explains how economics has lost its way by trying to emulate the physical sciences and their empirical method ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
  • Jeff Deist: Is the Sky Falling?

    Published: 21/05/2017
    By: Jeff Deist The media insists the US economy has recovered from the 2008 crash. Equities markets have enjoyed a bull run since the election. Housing prices are rising in expensive coastal cities. G ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
  • Week in Review: May 20, 2017

    Published: 20/05/2017
    By: Mises Institute The tsunami of government spending and easy-money monetary policy shows no sign of letting up. In spite of many claims of strong economic growth, the world's central banks ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
  • Litigation and Regulation

    Published: 20/05/2017
    By: Christopher P. Casey On January 30, 2017, President Trump issued an executive order entitled: “Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs.” 1 Known as the “One-In, Two- ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
  • Why the Left Refuses to Talk About Venezuela

    Published: 19/05/2017
    By: Ryan McMaken During the 2016 presidential election, Bernie Sanders refused to answer questions about Venezuela during an interview with Univision . He claimed to not want to talk about it bec ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
  • How Magical is the Keynesian Multiplier?

    Published: 19/05/2017
    By: Frank Shostak For most economists and financial commentators, the heart of economic growth is the increase in the demand for goods and services. The view is that increases or decreases in demand a ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
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