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Lucas M. Engelhardt

Tags Business CyclesCapital and Interest Theory

Works Published inSpeeches and PresentationsMises Daily ArticleThe Journal of Libertarian StudiesQuarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

AwardsGary G. Schlarbaum Prize for Excellence in Research and Teaching to a Promising Young Scholar

Lucas M. Engelhardt, a Fellow of the Mises Institute, received his PhD in economics from The Ohio State University, and is currently an associate professor at Kent State University's Stark campus. He received the 2018 Gary G. Schlarbaum Prize for Excellence in Research and Teaching. His work mainly centers on attaining a deeper understanding of the connection between business cycle theory and other subdisciplines in economics. For more information visit lucasmengelhardt.com

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An Attempt at Reconciliation of Time Preference Theory of Interest and Liquidity Preference Theory of Interest

Capital and Interest Theory

04/03/2013Audio/Video
From the session on "Austrian Theory and Method," presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference. Recorded 23 March 2013 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama.
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Central Planning's Computation Problem

03/20/2012Audio/Video
Session on Economic Calculation and The Firm. Recorded March 9, 2012, at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. [14:10]
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100% Reserves Now

The FedInterventionismMoney and Banking

12/08/2008Mises Daily Articles
We have a unique opportunity to provide future stability for our banking system. Sadly, it is an opportunity that will almost assuredly pass us by.
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Central Planning's Computation Problem

Calculation and Knowledge

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Friedrich Hayek and Ludwig von Mises demonstrated that central planners will be unable to manage an economy rationally due to the problems of dispersed knowledge and the impossibility of economic calculation
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qjae16_2_5.pdf

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Comment on "A Capital-Based Theory of Secular Growth"

Capital and Interest Theory

07/30/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Andrew Young (2009) suggests a capital-based theory for secular growth that is consistent with Austrian capital theory. He argues that investment in intangible capital
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qjae12_2_5.pdf

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