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Ludwig Heinrich Edler von Mises was a notable economist and social philosopher. Von Mises was born in Lemberg, Austria-Hungary. Early on, von Mises was particularly interested in history and politics. After graduation, in 1900, he therefore began to study at the department of law and government science at the University of Vienna.

Titles of Lectures by Ludwig Mises include:

"Liberty and Property"
"Recollections from the University of Vienna"
"Socialism versus Free Market Exchange"


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Alt-Right vs. Socialist Left: What It Means for Liberty


Sat, Jan 30, 2016


Recorded at the Mises Circle in Houston, Texas, on 30 January 2016. Special thanks to Christopher Condon, TJ and Ida Goss, Terence Murphree, and an Anonymous Donor for making this event possible.



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Why the Fed's Magic Trick Won't Work


Sat, Jan 30, 2016


Recorded at the Mises Circle in Houston, Texas, on 30 January 2016. Special thanks to Christopher Condon, TJ and Ida Goss, Terence Murphree, and an Anonymous Donor for making this event possible.



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3 Reasons for Hope


Sat, Jan 30, 2016


Recorded at the Mises Circle in Houston, Texas, on 30 January 2016. Includes an introduction by Jeff Deist. Special thanks to Christopher Condon, TJ and Ida Goss, Terence Murphree, and an Anonymous Donor for making this event possible.



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What's Ahead


Sat, Jan 30, 2016


Recorded at the Mises Circle in Houston, Texas, on 30 January 2016. Includes an introduction by Jeff Deist. Special thanks to Christopher Condon, TJ and Ida Goss, Terence Murphree, and an Anonymous Donor for making this event possible.



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Panel Discussion: Where Are We Headed in 2016?


Sat, Jan 30, 2016


A guest panel featuring Daniel McAdams, Larry Beane, Sandra Klein, Andrew Widener, and Bill Haynes. Recorded at the Mises Circle in Houston, Texas, on 30 January 2016.

Special thanks to Christopher Condon, TJ and Ida Goss, Terence Murphree, and an Anonymous Donor for making this event possible.



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Hans-Hermann Hoppe: Praxeology as Methodology


Fri, Jan 29, 2016


On this week's episode, we feature a 2011 talk at the Mises Institute given by Hans-Hermann Hoppe on the subject of praxeology: the science of human action. It's a term and topic that can be intimidating to some people — and at nearly 50 minutes, Hoppe's talk is quite a bit longer than our usual weekend show — but it is vitally important to understand why praxeology is the proper economic methodology. Listeners will enjoy and benefit from Hoppe's razor-sharp discussion.



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Dr. Mark Thornton: Central Bankers Don't Understand Booms and Busts


Fri, Jan 22, 2016


Our guest this weekend is Dr. Mark Thornton, a senior fellow here at the Mises Institute, and our topic is booms and busts. Falling stock prices are in the news lately, so Mark and Jeff talk about how and why central bankers don't understand deflation, whether they are really Keynesians or some variant thereof, what a "crack-up boom" might look like, and what the Skyscraper Index and other symptoms of irrational spending might tell us about the future of the global economy.



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Malinvestments and Interest Rates


Thu, Jan 21, 2016


Dr. Mark Thornton is interviewed on the RT program, "Boom Bust". He discusses malinvestments stimulated by artificially lowered interest rates.

 

Quotes discussed in the interview:

"The lowering of the rate of interest stimulates economic activity. Projects which would not have been thought "profitable" if the rate of interest had not been influenced by the manipulations of the banks, and which, therefore, would not have been undertaken, are nevertheless found "profitable" and can be initiated." -Ludwig Von Mises in The Austrian Theory of the Trade Cycle and Other Essays, Page 28

"The crisis and the ensuing period of depression are the culmination of the period of unjustified investment brought about by the extension of credit. The projects which owe their existence to the fact that they once appeared "profitable" in the artificial conditions created on the market by the extension of credit and the increase in prices which resulted from it, have ceased to be 'profitable.'" -Ludwig Von Mises in The Austrian Theory of the Trade Cycle and Other Essays, Page 30

You can find the original interview video here.

 



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Dr. Joe Salerno: Will Presidential Candidates Talk about Money?


Fri, Jan 15, 2016


Our guest this weekend is Dr. Joe Salerno, academic vice president at the Mises Institute, and professor of economics at Auburn University. Jeff and Joe discuss monetary policy and gold on the heels of yet another GOP presidential primary debate.

It appears that not even Rand Paul is going to be able to generate much interest in the Fed or in monetary policy, generally, in the 2016 cycle. Ted Cruz has at least alluded faintly to the idea of a gold standard, for which he was promptly savaged by the media — both left and right — for even bringing it up.

As Joe and Jeff discuss, a gold standard is hardly something that needs to be imposed on anyone. It is something that can develop in the market place on its own, and it can develop alongside competing currencies. In other words, gold could be used as money in America alongside the US dollar.

They also talk about how the Fed's interest rate targeting — and really the entirety of its open market operations only serve to obscure what is really going on with the most important metric, which is the money supply. And, finally, Jeff and Joe consider how to sell to the general public (like Ron Paul did so successfully) some sort of anti-Fed populism.



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Claudio Grass: The Swiss Vote on Fractional Reserve Banking


Fri, Jan 08, 2016


You may have heard about the Swiss referendum to end fractional reserve lending by Swiss commercial banks. It's a fascinating development for Austrians and libertarians, and it's another example of how average Swiss people can use referenda to force both their central legislature and the twenty-six Swiss cantons to consider their proposals, merely by gathering 100,000 signatures within an 18-month period.

Here to help us understand this from a Swiss perspective is Claudio Grass, a good friend of the Mises Institute, a principal with the Swiss company Global Gold, and a Rothbardian with a great understanding of money and Banking issues.



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Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: Natural Law vs. Tyranny


Fri, Jan 01, 2016


Our show this weekend features Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, Distinguished Scholar in Law and Jurisprudence at the Mises Institute and Senior Judicial Analyst at Fox News.

In this talk presented at the 2014 Mises Circle in Costa Mesa, California, Judge Napolitano lays out the difference between Natural Law and Legislative Law.



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Wed, Dec 30, 2015


From Chapter 6: "Modus Vivendi—Yes? No!" Narrated by Millian Quinteros.

This audio book is made available through the generosity of Mr. Tyler Folger.



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22. Army Pearl Harbor Board


Wed, Dec 30, 2015


From Chapter 22: "Army Pearl Harbor Board" Narrated by Millian Quinteros.

This audio book is made available through the generosity of Mr. Tyler Folger.



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7. Japanese Action Appears Imminent


Wed, Dec 30, 2015


From Chapter 7: "Japanese Action Appears Imminent" Narrated by Millian Quinteros.

This audio book is made available through the generosity of Mr. Tyler Folger.



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