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Goods Can Never Be Distributed "Equally" — Especially Not In a Socialist Regime

SocialismProduction Theory

Blog06/05/2018

There is no truly equal way to distribute goods. But capitalism offers a way for more people to benefit from the process of bidding for those goods and services.

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How Sound Economics Birthed the Video-Game Era

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurshipProduction Theory

Blog01/19/2018
Technological know-how is not enough to make a high-tech endeavor successful.
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A New Collection on Austrian Economics

Calculation and KnowledgeCapital and Interest TheoryOther Schools of ThoughtProduction Theory

Blog01/01/2018
This collection provides an overview of several promising developments relating to core problems in Austrian economics.
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Rick Perry — and His Critics — Still Don't Understand Say's Law

Free MarketsProduction Theory

Blog07/10/2017
How do you do away with a “Law” that had been core to economists’ understanding of the market economy for 150 years? You misrepresent it.
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Bill Gates's Robot Tax Is a Terrible Idea

Capital and Interest TheoryProduction Theory

Blog03/07/2017
Contrary to what Bill Gates thinks, robots don't decrease tax revenue, nor do they condemn us to a future of unemployment.
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The Myth of the Output Gap

InterventionismProduction Theory

Blog06/22/2016

The GDP framework and the output gap is an abstraction that does little more than provide justification for the interventions of government officials.

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Venezuela Shows There's No Shortcut to Economic Growth

Capital and Interest TheoryProduction Theory

Blog06/06/2016

Economic growth is about transforming capital in useful ways. It is not about just making more stuff.

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Why Socialism Will Always Fail

Calculation and KnowledgeProduction TheoryValue and Exchange

Blog04/27/2016

The paradox of "planning" is that it cannot plan, because of the absence of economic calculation.

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The Ethanol Industry: An Engine of Economic Destruction

InterventionismPricesProduction Theory

Blog08/06/2014

In his recent Mises Daily, Dave Albin admirably elucidates the tangle of unseen, long-run consequences that has resulted from uncoordinated government subsidies to the sugar, corn and ethanol industries.  

But...

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Hagel's 'Defense Cuts' Are Smoke And Mirrors

War and Foreign PolicyFiscal TheoryProduction Theory

Blog03/04/2014

by Ron Paul

Last week Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel proposed an additional 40,000 reduction in active duty US Army personnel, down to 450,000 soldiers. As US troops are being withdrawn from the recent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, it might make sense to reduce not only the active duty...

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