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Audio: Lew Rockwell Discusses Anarcho-Capitalism With Ben Swann

We don’t need a ruling class, Lew Rockwell tells Ben Swann. (Mp3, 35 minutes)

Audio: Joseph Salerno Talks Monetary Chaos

downloadInterviewed by host Tom Woods, Joe Salerno talks about the Fed, the Great Depression, currency wars, deflation, and why governments hate cash.

 

Audio: Thornton Explains the Crack-Up Boom

Interviewed by host Alan Butler, Mark Thornton explains why the Crack-Up Boom phase of a fiat money collapse is one of the scariest economic phenomena in human history.

Listen here. 

Audio: The Economy, the End of Prohibition, and the Articles of Confederation

Interviewed by host Alan Butler, Mark Thornton discusses the current economic situation, the end of Prohibition, the Articles of Confederation, and several other interesting topics.

Audio: Behind the Numbers with Shawn Ritenour

Interviewed by Merlin Rothfeld and John O’Donnell, Associated Scholar Shawn Ritenour explains the truth behind the government’s economic data and the current macro market picture, and discusses the Fed’s current actions.

Audio: Jeff Deist on Austrian Economics 101

Andy Duncan interviews the president of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Jeff Deist. Topics for this discussion include Jeff’s vision for the Institute, how Austrian economics can help make people wealthier, and how to gain practical knowledge about the Austrian school.

Audio: Mark Thornton Examines the History of U.S. Central Banks

Interviewed by host Alan Butler, Mark Thornton discusses the first three central banks in the United States.

Audio: Peter Klein Examines ‘The Present State of Entrepreneurship Research’

MP3 Audio.

“The Present State of Entrepreneurship Research” by Peter G. Klein. The Murray N. Rothbard Memorial Lecture, sponsored by Hélio Beltrão. Recorded at the 2014 Austrian Economics Research Conference in Auburn, Alabama, on 21 March 2014.

Audio: Joseph Salerno Discusses Minsky Moments with the BBC

Joseph Salerno discusses Minsky with the BBC. Audio here.  

From the BBC site:

American economist Hyman Minsky died in 1996, but his theories offer one of the most compelling explanations of the 2008 financial crisis. His key idea is simple enough to be a t-shirt slogan: “Stability is destabilising”. But TUC senior economist Duncan Weldon argues it’s a radical challenge to mainstream economic theory. While the mainstream view has been that markets tend towards equilibrium and the role of banks and finance can largely be ignored, Minsky argued that in the good times the seeds of the next crisis are sown as the financial sector engages in riskier and riskier lending in pursuit of profit.

Salerno’s comments begin at 25:00.

Evaluating the Permanent Recession with Robert Blumen

Robert Blumen was interviewed this week on Power Trading Radio. Blumen explains Say’s Law, Keynesianism, and discusses his recent Mises Daily article “Say’s Law and the Permanent Recession.”