The Evenly Rotating Economy

The Evenly Rotating Economy

In Ludwig von Mises’s magnum opus, Human Action, he introduced the imaginary construct of an “evenly rotating economy”. This is a sort of equilibrium, where all prices have reached their final prices. Join the Mises Circle to learn why this is…

How the Free Market Works

How the Free Market Works

Ever wonder how exactly humans cooperate within a free market?

Discussion on the Production of Security

Discussion on the Production of Security

Is security a service that can’t be provided by the free market? 19th century French economist Gustave de Molinari argued in “The Production of Security” that security, like any other service can be provided by the market.

Discussion on Bureaucracy

Discussion on Bureaucracy

The Mises Circle at UT will be discussing Ludwig von Mises’s classic political book, Bureaucracy.

Discussion on the Austrian Theory of Money

Discussion on the Austrian Theory of Money

The Mises Circle at UT will discuss Murray Rothbard’s article on the Austrian theory of money and what a free market system of money would look like.

Discussion on the Myth of Natural Monopolies

Discussion on the Myth of Natural Monopolies

The Mises Circle at UT will discuss Thomas DiLorenzo’s article on the myth of natural monopolies.

Discussion on Georgism and Natural Monopolies

Discussion on Georgism and Natural Monopolies

The Mises Circle at UT will discuss Murray Rothbards’s article critiquing the Georgist position of taxing land at 100%.