Homeschool Resources

Homeschool Books

The Mises Institute supports the vital homeschool movement as an extension of the free market and provides a variety of resources for home educated students at a variety of skill levels. Unlike many other schools of economic thought, Austrian economics provides a high degree of real-world engagement in thinking about economic concepts, and does not rely on arcane or unrealistic models that do little to explain real life phenomena.

What Has Government Done to Our Money?

Where Did Money Come From?

When all you can do is exchange one good for another, life will be inconvenient when nobody has what you really want...

Economics for High School Students

The Core of What Economics Teaches

Free market capitalism coordinates every stage of every production desired by consumers as if by magic. Knowing...

Recommended Resources

In this section we highlight articles, books, interviews, courses, audio and video, etc., that present the essential learning foundations of a free society, from the basic introductory level to the advanced theoretical presentation.

Textbooks and Teacher's Manual

Lessons for the Young Economist

Murphy's textbook prepares the student for both conventional economic studies in the future, and provides the...

Lessons for the Young Economist Teacher's Manual
The manual can be used by any teacher, but it is ideal for the homeschooling parent who needs guidance in developing a...
An Introduction to Economic Reasoning

This high-school text is aimed at teaching the intelligent young reader how to think about economic problems in a...

Study Guide to Man, Economy, and State

The guide provides a roadmap to this massive book, complete with summaries, technical notes, annotations of key...

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Books

What Has Government Done to Our Money?

Rothbard boils down the Austrian theory to its essentials. He shows precisely how banks create money out of thin air...

Making Economic Sense

It is in this book that you find Rothbard's running commentary on all the economic issues that vexed the world...

Economics in One Lesson

This is probably the most important economics book ever written, in the sense that it offers the greatest hope to...

The Concise Guide To Economics

A handy, quick reference guide for those already familiar with basic economics, and a brief, compelling primer for...

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Audio and Video

II. Money in a Free Society

From the book What Has Government Done to Our Money? Narrated by...

Income Inequality

Joe Salerno sits down with Jeff Deist to discuss how Austrian economics frames the issue of income inequality.

The Hobby Lobby Decision and Private Property

Peter Klein discusses property rights, privilege, and free markets, in light of the U.S. Supreme Court's recent...

11. The Function of Profits

Leading Austrian Economists discuss Henry Hazlitt's classic book Economics in One Lesson . Interview 11...

Introducing the Free Market

Interviewed by host Alan Butler, Bob Murphy talks about a course he is teaching entitled "Introduction to the...

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