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Big GovernmentMedia and CultureOther Schools of Thought
Besides the fun of catching Krugman in his flip-flops, his record shows just how weak the empirical case for Keynesian fiscal policy is.
BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of Thought
Fetter is mostly neglected today, but he had a powerful influence on practically every Austrian economist in the first half of the 20th century.
Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and BankingOther Schools of Thought
It's not really true that governments can always just print money to pay off their debts.
SocialismWorld HistoryOther Schools of Thought
Mises showed that the distinctions between Marxist and "Anti-Marxist" socialists are on the surface. Economically, they are united.
Big GovernmentSocialismOther Schools of Thought
Paul Krugman is right to praise Denmark, but he likes the one thing that they’re doing wrong and overlooks all the things they get right.
Austrian Economics OverviewBusiness CyclesHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of Thought
Jesús Huerta de Soto is probably the most important Austro-libertarian thinker you're not reading.
Corporate WelfareFree MarketsOther Schools of Thought
Well look what happens if you actually call Krugman’s bluff and click on the link.
Big GovernmentU.S. HistoryOther Schools of Thought
There is good reason to study Keynesianism: It helps us understand what the policymakers in government are likely to do in any given circumstance.
Other Schools of ThoughtPrivate Property
The broken-window fallacy, under a hundred disguises, is the most persistent in the history of economics. It is more rampant now than at any time in the past.
Other Schools of Thought
For Hayek, "The fools are those who believe they know more than they do."