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The Praxeology of Coercion: A New Theory of Violence Cycles

Austrian Economics OverviewCalculation and Knowledge

03/02/2017Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
This articles shows the application of “cratics,” the praxeology of coercion and violence, in the fields of ethics, political science and history.

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The Role of Shadow Banking in the Business Cycle

Business CyclesMoney and Banking

03/02/2017Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
This article examines the impact of shadow banking on credit expansion and the business cycle.

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What Trump Means: A European Perspective

Global Economy

03/01/2017The Austrian
Almost all political events and ongoing developments in Europe are now interpreted in light of Trump’s victory.

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The Interest Rate and the Length of Production: A Comment

Capital and Interest TheoryProduction Theory

02/28/2017Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics 19, no. 4 (Winter 2016) ABSTRACT: Machaj (2015) does a great service in pointing out a key assumption, heretofore unaddressed, in Filleule (2007) and Hülsmann (2010). Machaj errs, however, in stating that who saves will have an ambiguous effect on the...

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Required Reading: Rothbard Graduate Seminar 2017

02/21/2017Academic Resources
Listed here are the readings that students must complete before attending RGS 2017. All materials are available on free of charge.

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What's In Store for the Next Four Years?

Legal System

02/20/2017The Austrian
Law scholar Allen Mendenhall discusses Trump, the Supreme Court, and the future of the judiciary in the United States.

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After Obama, a New Dawn or More of the Same?

The FedU.S. Economy

01/27/2017The Austrian
The economy cannot have a recovery if the Fed fails to stop purchasing mortgage securities and long-term treasuries.

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Review of Andrew Carnegie: An Economic Biography by Samuel Bostaph


01/12/2017Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Carnegie’s talents in developing new markets and technological innovation cannot be ignored, nor his support for tariffs and politicians...

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