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Austrian Microeconomics

Austrian Microeconomics

Online Course
Taught by Dr. Peter G. Klein, this course provides a systematic overview of Austrian microeconomics.

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Value Investing's Compatibility with Austrian Economics — Truth or Myth?

SubjectivismValue and Exchange

07/13/2017Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
This article attempts to illustrate what makes value investing incompatible with Austrian economics and, hence, to terminate a lingering myth.

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Austrian Economics Core Curriculum

Austrian Economics OverviewEntrepreneurshipMonetary TheoryPraxeologySubjectivismValue and Exchange

08/15/2016Courses
The Mises Academy's seven-lecture Austrian Economics Core Curriculum course lays out the fundamentals of Austrian Economics...

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Toward a Subjective Approach to Investment Appraisal in Light of Austrian Value Theory

Austrian Economics OverviewSubjectivismValue and Exchange

06/15/2016Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
This paper explores the implications of Mises’s theory of economic calculation for asset acquisitions and disposals, especially the acquisition and disposal of entire business enterprises...

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The Economics of "Free Stuff"

Taxes and SpendingSubjectivismValue and Exchange

02/22/2016Mises Wire
It’s laudable when we give gifts that are truly ours to give. This should not be confused with giving away the property of others. In either case, if we want more wealth to give away, we have to produce wealth first...

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Why Women Pay Higher Prices for the "Same" Products

PricesSubjectivismValue and Exchange

02/19/2016Mises Wire
Do women really pay more than men for the "same" goods and services? No. Not only are these supposedly identical goods not actually identical, but the consumers value them differently, leading to different prices...

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Are Government Regulators More Virtuous than Everyone Else?

PricesSubjectivismValue and Exchange

01/29/2016Mises Wire
Economists Robert Shiller and George Akerlof would have us believe that the market sells us things we don’t really want. That’s not true, but even if it were, the proposed solution — government — is even less likely to give us what we want...

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The Market Doesn't Solve Problems; People Do

Philosophy and MethodologySubjectivismValue and Exchange

01/28/2016Mises Wire
Many advocates for free markets often mistakenly speak of "the market" as if markets by themselves somehow solve problems or provide incentives. Only people can do these things, and markets are just a means to an end...

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