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“But What About People Who Make Bad Decisions?”

Recently, I was involved in a debate in which the following criticism was made (obviously I’m paraphrasing here):  “Sure, the free market sounds good and all, but how can it possibly correct itself and allocate resources efficiently when some people … Continue reading

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Politics: The Dismal(er) Science

Those unfamiliar with the specifics of Austrian economics are often suspicious or critical of its rejection of complex mathematical models.  Mises refutes these objections and explains the basis of this reasoning in Human Action, and I won’t go into the … Continue reading

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