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Against Monetary Disequilibrium Theory and Fractional Reserve Free Banking

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Blog04/21/2013

The Lawrence W. Fertig Prize in Austrian Economics for 2013 was awarded to Laura Davidson for her paper Against Monetary Disequilibrium Theory and Fractional Reserve Free Banking. It is a rigorous and insightful paper.

The...

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The Best Two #AERC Tweets

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Blog03/25/2013

One from someone who watched talks from the Austrian Economics Research Conference online (click to enlarge):

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"Austrian Economists" Tweeted to 6.3 Million People

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Blog03/15/2013

Someone who uses Twitter under the handle @Numba1TSwiftFan and goes by TaylorSwiftForeva is a fan of both Taylor Swift and Austrian economics.

When big time celebrity blogger Perez Hilton tweeted "Taylor Swift keeps winning," TSF responded, "Couldn't agree more!She...

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"Murray's Dream Come True"

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Blog02/21/2013

That is what the great Ralph Raico called the Mises Institute, as he was interviewed by David Gordon for our Oral History Project.

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From Neocon to Libertarian: Tom Woods on How Reading Rothbard Changed His Life

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Blog11/01/2012

Woods is truly our movement's best orator. His closing words at 18:51 are particularly stirring.

The Jerry Pogue Lecture, presented at the 2012 Mises Institute Supporters Summit: "The...

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AE in the FT

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Blog05/18/2012

Mises, Ron Paul, and the Austrian Business Cycle Theory cited in this published letter from an Irish gentleman in the Financial Times.

Sir, In response to the correspondence...

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Louis Michael Spadaro, RIP

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Blog05/14/2008

Press release here:

Louis Michael Spadaro, Ph.D., the founding dean of the Fordham University Graduate School of Business Administration, died on May 3 at his home in Syracuse, N.Y. He was 94. Spadaro, a New York City native, joined the Fordham faculty in 1939, and as professor...

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New Recording of Mises Lecture

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Blog01/04/2008

He is pretty old in 1969 but it is wonderful to hear his voice and he still seems sharp as a tack. Thank you to Bettina Bien Greaves for this rare tape. Listen.

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