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Joe Salerno: Austrian Economics and Crony Academia, Part 2

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04/24/2015Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Joe Salerno discuss the Austrian school, and Joe provides insight into the state of academia.
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Joe Salerno: Austrian Economics and Crony Academia, Part 1

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04/16/2015Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Joe Salerno discuss the health and vitality of the Austrian school.
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Income Inequality

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04/26/2014Audio/Video
Joe Salerno sits down with Jeff Deist to discuss how Austrian economics frames the issue of income inequality.
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Presentation of the 2014 Fertig and Alford Prizes

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03/22/2014Audio/Video
Dr. Salerno presents the Lawrence W. Fertig Prize in Austrian Economics and the O.P. Alford III Prize in Political Economy. Recorded at the 2014 Austrian Economics Research Conference in Auburn, Alabama, on 21 March 2014.
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The Development of Austrian Macroeconomics

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03/22/2014Audio/Video
From the panel recorded at the 2014 Austrian Economics Research Conference in Auburn, Alabama, on 21 March 2014.
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The Hoover-Roosevelt Depression

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04/23/2013Mises Daily Articles
The conclusion of Ohanian’s paper is quite—one is tempted to say “hardcore”—Rothbardian.
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Mises as Currency School Free Banker

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10/14/2011Audio/Video
Presented in Vienna, Austria, on 19 September 2011. Includes an introduction by Douglas E. French.
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What is Sound Money?

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05/01/2010Audio/Video
Sound money even sounds heavier than unsound money. Gold and silver originated on the market and reigned as the preferred money because the metals were easily portable, homogeneous, highly divisible, highly durable, and naturally scarce. Paper has none of those attributes.
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