Rounding off our series on the economic consequences of fractional reserve banking, the Mises Circle will be reading Ron Paul’s “The Origins of the Fed”.
If you put a handful of praxeologists in a room together for long enough, sooner or later they are going to start yelling at each other about banking. Sooner or later, a fight will break out.
Life is full of ups and downs, but that doesn’t mean the market needs to be as well. In fact, Austrian economists argue that business cycles only exist due to credit expansion unbacked by real savings.
This week the Mises Circle will be taking a look at Peter Klein’s Mises Daily article on the work of Nobel Prize winning neo-institutionalist economist Oliver Williamson.
This week’s Mises Circle will be discussing Murray N. Rothbard’s 1956 paper, “Toward a Reconstruction of Utility and Welfare Economics”.
This week’s Mises Circle meeting will focus on Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s classic “Fallacies of the Public Goods Theory and the Production of Security”.