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Joe Salerno: Economics is Broken
Fri, Sep 23, 2016
On the heels of the Fed's annual meeting in Jackson Hole, "extraordinary" monetary policy may be the new normal. Janet Yellen refuses to raise rates for now, and Former Chair Ben Bernanke openly questions whether the Fed's Treasury-laden balance sheet—swollen after successive rounds of QE—will ever be unwound. Real growth is flat, real incomes are stagnant, inflation is higher than the government admits, and millions of Americans still haven't recovered from the Crash of '08.
Is economics broken? Have we entered a new era of technocratic impotence, where mainstream economists simply have run out of monetary policy tools? Can we undo the damage caused by the Fed's relentless attack on savers? Do most professional economists understand the role of interest rates at all? And what kind of revolution is needed to save economics as a profession?
Dr. Joe Salerno, professor of economics and Academic VP of the Mises Institute, joins us to makes sense of it all. Download File - 16.5 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Jeff Deist: The Role of the Mises Institute
Sat, Sep 17, 2016
The Mises Institute is in Asheville, North Carolina, this weekend, celebrating our Supporters Summit. We thought you might enjoy hearing a talk that Jeff Deist gave entitled the "The Role of the Mises Institute." Here's a hint: it's not politics, it's not public policy, and it's not lobbying. But, rather, to be a school — a new kind of school — for the 21st century. Download File - 15.3 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
The Mises View: "Basket Case"
Tue, Sep 13, 2016
Longaberger can't sell its basket-shaped headquarters. As Peter Klein explains, resources in a modern economy are complex and specific — which is why we need free markets.
Peter Klein is the Mises Institute's Carl Menger Research Fellow. Download File - 0.0 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Mark Thornton: Against Crony Trade Deals
Fri, Sep 09, 2016
Our own Senior Fellow Dr. Mark Thornton recently appeared on Press TV to make the libertarian case for real free trade, as opposed to unholy negotiated trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Brent Budowsky, a journalist for The Hill newspaper in Washington DC, also joined the show to present a pro-union, left-populist perspective. They both conclude that complex trade schemes, which often involve creating supra-national regulatory bodies, are bad for America and the economy — but for totally different reasons. Download File - 17.6 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Godfrey Bloom: How Brexit Won
Fri, Sep 02, 2016
Our friend and former member of the European Parliament Godfrey Bloom rejoins us for a lively postmortem on the Brexit vote. It's been two months, and the sky hasn't fallen in the UK. In fact, markets are up—and new Prime Minister Theresa May promises that a withdrawal treaty will be negotiated in due time. Mr. Bloom dismisses this, pointing out that her new administration could act swiftly and unilaterally. He also point out that the Germans are unlikely to deny BMWs to British buyers, just as French wineries are unlikely to suspend shipments of champagne across the Channel. In other words, trade can be accomplished without bureaucratic help. All the common market needs is buyers and sellers, not complex treaties and byzantine regulations.
How did "Leave" forces, overwhelmingly represented in the British countryside, defeat the bureaucratic class in London? And what does Brexit mean for the march of globalism generally? Mr. Bloom is an engaging speaker and a thoroughly pro-trade Rothbardian. Download File - 20.1 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Tom DiLorenzo: What Socialism Really Is
Fri, Aug 26, 2016
Dr. Tom DiLorenzo has a fantastic new book out entitled The Problem with Socialism, and his talk summarizing it was a great hit recently at Mises University. This is Tom at his best: witty and provocative, but always bravely revisionist when it comes to skewering sacred cows like welfare, minimum wage, and progressive income taxes. His book—and this talk—are a must for anyone who wants a concise and easy refutation of the enduring myths surrounding socialism. Download File - 41.2 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Jeff Deist: Libertarian Strategy
Fri, Aug 19, 2016
Jeff Deist discusses libertarian strategy with Adam Camac and Daniel Laguros of the Wake Up Call podcast. How can libertarians achieve a freer society, given the depressing state of politics, in both America and abroad? Jeff shares his thoughts on Liberland, the Free State Project, and how modern technology has become “the great leveler” in the battle of ideas. Download File - 48.4 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Judge Andrew Napolitano: What the 1st Amendment Really Means
Fri, Aug 12, 2016
Judge Napolitano, the great constitutional scholar and legal analyst for Fox News, recently gave a dynamite talk to our Mises U students on the real meaning of the 1st Amendment. While many protections in the Bill of Rights have been almost completely eviscerated by a lawless federal government, the Judge finds reasons to be optimistic about the current state of free speech in America. In fact, he suggests that 1st Amendment freedoms actually may be expanding—even as much of the Constitution becomes a dead letter. This is a compelling talk you won't want to miss. Download File - 35.9 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Sascha Klocke and Louis Rouanet: Can Austrian Economics Save Europe?
Fri, Aug 05, 2016
Two of the Institute's Fellows—a Frenchman and a German—join Jeff Deist for a freewheeling discussion of the political and economic situation in Europe.
Can Austrian economics revive Europe's liberal tradition, or will statist impulses thwart any hope for liberation from Brussels? And, can the Mises Institute and its fellow travelers have an impact on academia on the continent? Sascha and Louis see hope for optimism, despite the bad news that seems to dominate European media. Download File - 20.8 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Are We Just Like Milton Friedman? Where Austria and Chicago Differ
Tue, Aug 02, 2016
In this special episode of Contra Krugman, recorded live at Mises University, Bob Murphy and Tom Woods are joined by three other professors: Peter Klein (Baylor University), Lucas Englehardt (Kent State University), and Mark Thornton (Mises Institute). Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 30 July 2016. Download File - 0.0 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Let's Choose Entrepreneurship over Government Subsidies
Sat, Jul 30, 2016
Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 30 July 2016. Download File - 45.0 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Mises Weekends Live! with Lew Rockwell
Sat, Jul 30, 2016
Recorded live at Mises University 2016 at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. Jeff Deist interviews Mises Institute founder and Chairman, Lew Rockwell. Includes a Question and Answer period. Recorded on 30 July 2016. Download File - 38.9 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
Fri, Jul 29, 2016
Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 29 July 2016. Download File - 38.6 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)
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