Ludwig Mises: Mises Institute Lectures
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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Jeff Deist Will Join John Stossel on
Thu, Dec 01, 2016
Interviewed by John Stossel, Jeff Deist says that politicians like Chuck Schumer are two-faced when it comes to taxing Wall Street. The full segment will run tonight on Fox Business.
And for more, see Stossel's latest column at Townhall:
Government programs almost never die.
Businesses in cozy relationships with government don't die either. Jeff Deist, president of the free-market Mises Institute, says when the housing bubble burst, banks should have been allowed to fail and put through "the bankruptcy and liquidation process."
Investors would have lost big, but that's OK, says Deist. "That's the difference between free-market capitalism and state capitalism. With state capitalism, there are upsides for the parties involved -- but no downsides."
Read the full column.
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Justin Raimondo: What Trump Means
Fri, Nov 25, 2016
Justin Raimondo, editorial director of Antiwar.com, joins Jeff for a great discussion of what Trump's election really means for libertarians. Does 2016 mark the end of globalism's inevitability, or are Brexit and Trump mere speed bumps for progressive elites? Does Trump represent a real threat to the War Party, or will he succumb to neoconservative control over foreign policy? What are the best-case and worst-case scenarios for libertarians in the first year of a Trump administration, and will his cabinet picks contain any happy surprises?
Nobody is better suited to untangle the Trump uprising than the no-holds barred Mr. Raimondo. Stay tuned.
Click here to read Justin's article "How We Will Win" on Antiwar.com. Download File - 16.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
James Rickards: End Game for the Global Economy
Fri, Nov 18, 2016
On Mises Weekends this week, our friend James Rickards joins Jeff to discuss The Road to Ruin, his latest book outlining what financial elites have planned for the next financial crisis. Rickards highlights a number of policy tools governments and central bankers have created for themselves, and points to their handling of recent crises in Cypress and Greece bail-in approach as patterns for the rest of the world.
But, with the Federal Reserve and their peers around the world still unable to normalize their balance sheets following 2008, the real question is: “who is going to bail out the central banks?” Jeff and Jim discuss the answer to that question—and how people can protect themselves—in an interview you won’t want to miss. Download File - 25.8 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Allen Mendenhall and Jeff Deist: Election Postmortem
Fri, Nov 11, 2016
On this week's Mises Weekends, Jeff is joined by Allen Mendenhall of the Blackstone & Burke Center for Law and Liberty to discuss the aftermath of Donald Trump's surprising victory in this week's presidential election. Jeff and Allen discuss questions such as: Will Trump's election genuinely transform American politics? Why aren't progressives cheering the Republican Party being led by a cosmopolitan New York City protectionist? And, should libertarians celebrate the defeat of the Bush and Clinton political dynasties? Plus, Allen gives his analysis of Trump's proposed Supreme Court justices, and whether the importance of the Supreme Court is overstated by conservatives and libertarians. Download File - 19.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Young Americans: Progressive, Libertarian, or Apolitical?
Tue, Nov 08, 2016
A panel discussion featuring Bob Murphy, Ziad Burkett, Ryan Griggs, Marta Hidalgo, and Brittany Hunter. Recorded at the Dallas-Ft. Worth Mises Circle, 5 November 2016. Download File - 26.6 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Democracy Means Whatever You Want It to Mean
Mon, Nov 07, 2016
Recorded at "The End of Politics"—the Dallas-Ft. Worth Mises Circle—on 5 November 2016. Download File - 26.1 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Is It Smart to Vote Immorally?
Mon, Nov 07, 2016
Recorded at "The End of Politics"—the Dallas-Ft. Worth Mises Circle—on 5 November 2016. Download File - 27.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
The Silver Lining to the 2016 Election
Mon, Nov 07, 2016
Recorded at "The End of Politics"—the Dallas-Ft. Worth Mises Circle—on 5 November 2016. Download File - 23.7 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Jeff Deist: A Libertarian View of the Election
Fri, Nov 04, 2016
On Mises Weekends, this week, Jeff Deist joins Andy Duncan of the Fin Tales podcast to talk about next week's Presidential election. Going beyond the electoral horse race, Jeff and Andy also discuss the impact each candidate could have on the Federal Reserve, gold prices, and US foreign policy. Download File - 24.7 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Nomi Prins: The Left/Progressive Case Against the Fed
Fri, Oct 28, 2016
Our guest this weekend is Nomi Prins, a prolific writer and speaker on the subjects of central banking, financial markets, and Wall Street cronyism. She is a former managing director at Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns, but left investment banking to speak out against what she perceives as global financial malfeasance by commercial, investment, and central banks. Nomi is a dedicated progressive who supported Bernie Sanders, but she's also a harsh critic of the Fed and sympathetic to Austrian depictions of malinvestment and artificially-created bubbles.
Nomi and Jeff discuss the role of central banks in creating an unworthy financial elite, the revolving door between the Treasury Department, the Fed, and banks like Goldman Sachs, how the Fed is necessarily and unavoidably political, how central banks historically have financed interventionist wars, and how the Fed could be the great populist issue that further unravels the Left/Right paradigm.
Learn more about Nomi at NomiPrins.com. Download File - 29.9 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Dr. Jeffrey Herbener: Demystifying the Fed
Fri, Oct 21, 2016
Even well-read fans of Austrian economics often have a hard time understanding and conceptualizing what the Fed really does. So we asked our good friend Dr. Jeffrey Herbener to join us and make sense of it all. We cover the basic blocking and tackling of central bank mechanics: how commercial bank reserves are created, the difference between the monetary base and the money supply, and how the Fed Funds rate impacts lending and the structure of production. We consider how Austrian business cycle theory describes the distortions created by artificially low interest rates, and how interest rates ought to operate as price signals. Finally, we discuss how early recipients of newly created money and credit benefit in ways that ordinary citizens don't.
This show is a great primer on the Fed from an Austrian perspective. Download File - 24.6 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Lew Rockwell: Our Prospects are Bright
Fri, Oct 07, 2016
Lew Rockwell, Chairman and Founder of the Mises Institute, delivered a moving message at our event in Boston, last week. Entitled "Our Prospects are Bright", Lew's talk serves to remind us that the future of true liberalism was much darker during the life of Ludwig von Mises.
For most of the 20th century, only a handful of libertarian activists existed. Today, millions around the world interact and spread the message using digital platforms that would have been unthinkable even when Mises died in the early 1970s. Our ideas grow in popularity, while the tired Democrats and Republicans struggle to maintain legitimacy and relevancy. Rather than lament politics and the state, we should be heartened by how far we've come—and go forward confidently. Download File - 12.9 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
The Bad News They Leave Out, and the Good News They Leave Out
Mon, Oct 03, 2016
Recorded at the Mises Circle in Boston, on the campus of Harvard University, on 1 October 2016. Download File - 26.1 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
How We Lost Economics
Mon, Oct 03, 2016
Recorded at the Mises Circle in Boston, on the campus of Harvard University, on 1 October 2016. Download File - 20.9 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
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