Monthly Archives: January 2012

Choice In Currency- A Way to Stop Inflation

The link is to an article by F.A. Hayek. Continue reading

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Knowledge and Coordination: A Liberal Interpretation

Dan Klein is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University. His new book, “Knowledge and Coordination: A Liberal Interpretation”, is an heir to Adam Smith’s work. Continue reading

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Don Boudreaux on Public Choice

As for Boudreaux’s consumption tax argument to replace our current tax system, it is interesting to consider. I immediately thought how I would exploit a consumption tax system as an accountant (not my field). Continue reading

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Edgar the Exploiter

Our video is the second in Tomasz Kaye‘s series on voluntary exchange. Continue reading

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George Ought to Help

So, is coercion ever moral? Continue reading

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Praxeology- Catallactics

This is another impressive video in Praxgirl’s series. Continue reading

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A Discussion of the Financial Crisis

“(Concerning the Federal Reserve Bank bailing out commercial banks) I find the lack of outrage among academic economists and policy oriented economists kind of strange”. – Russ Roberts, Continue reading

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