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Rod Martin: Hope Lies In Entrepreneurs, Not Politicians

Fri, Oct 02, 2015

Rod Martin, a co-founder of PayPal and world renown philosopher-capitalist, joins Jeff for a wide-ranging interview covering such topics as the refugee situation in Europe, unrest in the Middle East, and why some cultures are more prosperous than others. Martin contrasts the difficulties world governments have in confronting global macro-crises with the hope and resilience of technological innovation and entrepreneurship.

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Bill Bonner: Empire of Debt

Fri, Sep 25, 2015

Bill Bonner, founder of Agora Financial, joins the show to discuss the hysteria preceding Janet Yellen's announcement last week that the Fed would not raise interest rates. We also consider various ugly endgames for the US dollar, and whether federal debt will all come crashing down with a bang or a whimper.

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Patrick Barron: Do Central Bankers Really Believe What they Say?

Fri, Sep 18, 2015

Our guest this week is Patrick Barron, a professor of economics and a student of global currency markets. Patrick and I dissect the Fed's big announcement this past week not to raise interest rates, and consider whether Janet Yellen and other central bankers really believe in what they're doing.

Is it all just to save themselves from the judgment of history, by kicking the can down the road? Have they read, or even considered, Austrian arguments on money and banking? Or are they simply so wedded to Keynesian orthodoxy that they literally don't know what else to do? And what type of precipitating events might spell the end of US dollar imperialism?

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The Skyscrapers Are Coming!

Mon, Sep 14, 2015

Senior Fellow Mark Thornton is interviewed on The Power & Market Report. Dr. Thornton discusses the Skyscraper curse in Auburn, Alabama, the relationship between skyscrapers and the Austrian business cycle, and why the market forgets about crises.

Read the Mises Daily article mentioned in the interview here. 

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Per Bylund: Refugees, Property Rights, and Open Borders

Fri, Sep 11, 2015

Our guest this weekend is Professor Per Bylund, whose article on immigration elicited plenty of discussion on mises.org and social media earlier this week. Dr. Bylund argues that property rights, not government immigration policies, should serve as the natural regulator of immigration and human movement. Since the state is never legitimate, "open borders" is conceptually irrelevant. Our focus as libertarians should be on property, freedom of association, and the equally important freedom of dissociation. Migrants do not enjoy unbridled freedom of movement when such movement becomes a matter of trespass.

We discuss several arguments made by Hans Hermann Hoppe regarding externalities caused by forced integration and "public lands." As usual, the problem lies with states themselves: disruptive wars and bad economic policies cause tremendous human dislocations, while welfare state incentives encourage immigration for the wrong reasons.

If you're interested in the divisive topic of immigration from a libertarian perspective, stay tuned.

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The Skyscraper Curse

Thu, Sep 10, 2015

This lecture was presented to the Economics Club of Auburn University at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 8 September 2015.


The powerpoint presentation used in the lecture is available below.

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Jim Rickards: Will Currency Wars Reorder the World?

Fri, Sep 04, 2015

Our guest this weekend is Jim Rickards, the author of the New York Times bestseller The Death of Money and a well-known expert in geopolitics and global capital.

Jim and Jeff discuss the unfolding drama at the Fed, which can't decide when—if ever—QE will come to an end. They also discuss possible endgame scenarios for liquidating unprecedented amounts of sovereign, commercial, and household debt; whether coming monetary shocks will present the IMF with an opportunity to demand a global currency reset, and who wins and loses when the game of musical chairs stops. This is a must-hear interview for anyone interested in currency wars, central banks, and the unholy politics behind it all.

See Jim Rickards' Strategic Intelligence newsletter.

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Dr. Joe Salerno: Crashes are the Cure, not the Problem

Fri, Aug 28, 2015

Last Monday's mini-crash in equity markets reminded many people of the dark days following the Crash of 2008. The 400 richest people in the world collectively lost $124 billion—at least on paper—in a single day. And the average investor may get tired of seeing his or her net worth take a nosedive every 7 or 8 years.

Here to make sense of market crashes is our own Dr. Joe Salerno. Why does the financial press fail to see monetary inflation as the cause of stock bubbles? Why is deflation portrayed as an enemy to be defeated, rather than a sign of a more productive economy? Why do even seasoned financial experts fail at timing the market? And are deflationary crashes actually the cure for a sick economy?

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Helio Beltrão: Will Brazil Choose Marx or Mises?

Fri, Aug 21, 2015

Brazil is in a meltdown: its stock markets are crashing, inflation is over 10%, and huge numbers of people are marching in the street to demand the impeachment of President Dilma Rouseff. And while collectivism runs deep in Brazilian politics and academia, the tide may be turning—some protesters now carry signs demanding “Less Marx, More Mises.”

Our friend Helio Beltrão, President of Mises Institute Brazil, is here to explain what’s going on. Will Brazil continue to unravel, even as it prepares to host the world for the 2016 Summer Olympics? Or is there a path forward, led by a growing movement eager to shrug off the old guard of Marxist cronies?

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Remarks at Ron Paul's 80th Birthday Party

Sat, Aug 15, 2015

Featuring remarks by Jeff Deist, Llewlellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. [1:55], Thomas E. Woods, Jr. [4:27], Judge Andrew P. Napolitano [8:47], and Dr. Ron Paul [20:32].  Recorded in Lake Jackson, Texas, on Saturday, 15 August 2015.

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Dr. Malavika Nair: Money Demystified

Fri, Aug 14, 2015

Dr. Nair recently spoke at our Mises Boot Camp seminar, and did a great job presenting our introductory course on money. She explains the origins of money, how it evolved, how it derives value, and how it should function in society. Her lecture is a great 30 minute refresher course for anyone familiar with the evolution of money from the perspective of Menger and Mises, and it's the perfect introduction to share with your friends and family who haven't studied economics.

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Mark Thornton on the Minimum Wage

Thu, Aug 13, 2015

Interviewed by host Paul Molloy, Mark Thornton discusses a recent Mises Daily article on the consequences of setting a minimum salary of $70,000.

They also examine the negative impact of the minimum wage, and how fair wages are determined by the market.

You can read the Mises Daily article they review by clicking here.


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Bob Higgs: War is the Master Key of the State

Fri, Aug 07, 2015

This weekend we feature part of a talk by our old friend Dr. Robert Higgs, a longtime Senior Fellow at the Mises Institute and libertarian stalwart. Bob, author of the famous Crisis and Leviathan, recently spoke at Mises University on the critical topic of war and the growth of the state. He considers war the "master key" that enables government to grow in size, scope, and power. This poignant speech is not to be missed by anyone who cares about peace and liberty.

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Tom Woods: How Mises Changed My Life

Fri, Jul 31, 2015

Recorded at Mises University 2015, Tom discusses the impact that Mises has had on his life, his time as a summer fellow at the Mises Institute, and the importance of the Mises Institute in spreading the ideas of liberty.

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  • Published: 2002
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