Category Archive: 6b.) Mises.org

Thorsten Polleit | Massive Geldentwertung | Jeder muss das wissen!

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Why Is Economic Journalism So Bad?

Niall Ferguson holds a PhD in philosophy from Oxford, taught history at Harvard and NYU, and wrote perhaps the definitive biography of Henry Kissinger. So, naturally, Bloomberg hired him to write on economics.

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What the Shipping Container Shortage Reveals about US-China Trade

Despite the record unemployment rate, widespread hardship to businesses, strains on the healthcare system, political turmoil, and general disruption to daily life in 2020, US consumers have managed to ramp up their habit of buying things.

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In Some Countries, Lockdowns May Be the “New Normal”

While some countries in Europe are showing signs of lifting all restrictions soon, Ireland’s so-called leaders are telling citizens it cannot be guaranteed that they’ll even be able to holiday in their own country this summer. Original Article: "In Some Countries, Lockdowns May Be the "New Normal"'" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

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Prof. Thorsten Polleit: Der Euro Absturz kommt! (SCHOCKIEREND)

Thorsten Polleit ist ein deutscher Ökonom. Er ist Chefökonom der Degussa Sonne/Mond Goldhandel, Partner der Polleit & Riechert Investment Management LLP, Präsident und Gründer der deutschen Abteilung des libertären Ludwig von Mises Institute und Honorarprofessor an der Universität Bayreuth.

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De-Socialization in Theory and Practice

On April 23, 1990, in Washington, DC, the Ludwig von Mises Institute sponsored the first Austrian School look at the "post-socialist" age. It went a long way toward developing a blueprint—consistent with the Austrian tradition—for dismantling the command economy.

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Moral Courage and the Austrian School

When economic crises hit, most pundits and intellectuals never see it coming. That is because they have never learned the lesson that Bastiat sought to teach, namely that we need to look beneath the surface, to the unseen dimensions of human action, in order to see the full economic reality.

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What Really Happened With the Texas Power Grid

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Since the deep freeze in February caused millions of Texas homes to lose their power, partisans have been fighting over the blame. The governor blamed wind turbines and the green agenda, whereas Paul Krugman said the fault was with natural gas. Bob shows the numbers; natural gas was to blame only in the sense that nobody expected wind to be useful during a winter crisis.

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THORSTEN POLLEIT: Der Schock wird riesig!

Thorsten Polleit (4. Dezember 1967 in Münster) ist ein deutscher Ökonom. Er ist Chefökonom der Degussa Sonne/Mond Goldhandel, Partner der Polleit & Riechert Investment Management LLP, Präsident und Gründer der deutschen Abteilung des libertären Ludwig von Mises Institute (Ludwig von Mises Institut Deutschland) und Honorarprofessor an der Universität Bayreuth.

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Das sind die wirklichen Probleme!

Thorsten Polleit (* 4. Dezember 1967) ist ein deutscher Ökonom. Er ist Chefökonom der Degussa Sonne/Mond Goldhandel, Partner der Polleit & Riechert Investment Management LLP, Präsident und Gründer der deutschen Abteilung des libertären Ludwig von Mises Institute und Honorarprofessor an der Universität Bayreuth. Er tritt für eine marktwirtschaftliche Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftsordnung ohne solche Störungen ein.

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Per Bylund and Mark Packard: Radically Reshaping Business Thinking via Subjective Value

In a recently published paper titled "Subjective Value In Entrepreneurship," Professors Bylund and Packard apply the principle of subjective value to generate significant new avenues of thinking for entrepreneurial businesses to pursue.

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In Some Countries, Lockdowns May Be the “New Normal”

Like many mainstream economists who make predictions that inform and shape government policy, medical experts make predictions which can determine how a government addresses a perceived problem. A good example here is Professor Neil Ferguson, who led the flawed Imperial College covid-19 study which played a major role in the lockdowns implemented throughout Europe, and even in the US and Canada.

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Per Bylund and Mark Packard: Radically Reshaping Business Thinking via Subjective Value

In a recently published paper titled "Subjective Value In Entrepreneurship" Professors Bylund and Packard apply the principle of subjective value to generate significant new avenues of thinking for entrepreneurial businesses to pursue.

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Why a Green New Deal Is More Expensive Than Joe Biden Realizes

One of President Biden’s first executive actions was to declare January 27 “Climate Day.” This ad hoc holiday provided an opportunity for his administration to celebrate the latest rationale for economic central planning. The day’s festivities began with three executive orders on climate change, science, and technology.

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Antal Fekete, Gold, and Central Banks

On the fourteenth of October 2020, Antal E. Fekete, the Hungarian-Canadian economist who saw himself as a monetary theorist following the tradition of Carl Menger, died in Budapest. Behind him was an eventful and fruitful life which was quite typical of the crazy last century. His experiences eventually filled Fekete with dark forebodings for the current century.

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Nonviolent Solutions to Social Problems

Bob discusses three separate items all related to nonviolence: (1) Gene Sharp’s work, (2) Bob’s old dream of how to topple a tyrant, and (3) the winners of the Louis CK contest. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Gene Sharp’s book, From Dictatorship to DemocracyThe trailer for the documentary “How to Start a Revolution”Sharp’s list of 198 methods of nonviolent actionThe original Louis CK clip that inspired Bob’s...

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The Economics and Ethics of Government Default, Part II

The economic analysis of repudiation applies to the debt of all levels of government and to all countries. The central question is not how big the government is or how much it owes, but rather whether the debt is funded by taxes.

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Playing Games with Stocks

The GameStop saga—can we call it an insurrection?—wants easy heroes and villains. Both are available. The populist version of the story goes like this: a few thousand angry gamers, colluding via the now infamous WallStreetBets subreddit, brought at least one powerful hedge fund to its knees.

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