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BlogMarch 11, 2015

For those of you who prefer to follow our content via RSS feed, it is now online and available here: http://mises.org/feed/blog.rss...

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Keep Up With the Week's Events on the Blog, Twitter, and Instagram

BlogJuly 18, 2014
We'll be regularly updating you on upcoming talks and events all week during Mises University beginning Sunday evening. See here for the free live video feeds, and the Twitter feed,...

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Bailing out the gate-keepers

BlogSeptember 30, 2007

Over the past decade, circulation of the major national newspapers has steadily declined. This is due in large part to various, typically free technologies comprising the Internet (newsgroups,...

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The Microsoft Ordeal Continues

BlogJuly 1, 2005
This time it's IBM feeding at the trough.

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This Morning at the Mises Institute

BlogMarch 12, 2015

  The Austrian Economics Research Conference began this morning. Here are some first photos. 

For more photos, see our Facebook page, ...

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95,000 Likes!

BlogFebruary 28, 2014

95,000 now like us on Facebook. If we're not already in your Facebook news feed, you can help us get to 100,000. You might also consider joining our 43,000 followers on Twitter....

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New Article Feed

BlogMarch 28, 2005
If you like the look of this: you can put this on your own site. It changes with each daily upload. See Mises.org Feeds. A ticker is also available.

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A World Recreated

BlogJanuary 21, 2004

Don't miss Rockwell's "A World Recreated". For following LRC in general, you can go to the...

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Mises on Trans Fats

BlogMay 4, 2007

Well, not quite. But I did stumble on this passage in Bureaucracy (chapter V, section 5), relevant to a couple of previous posts (1,...

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Mises.org in a top tech moment of 2005

BlogDecember 26, 2005

The Mises Institute played a central role in one of the top ten "tech moments of 2005" as chosen by Wired. See the third item "Katrina, blogged." It was Mises.org that provided the server that...

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Price Stabilization

BlogJanuary 27, 2004

From Marginal Revolution -- "4. The more concerned we are with price stabilization, the more our economies take on properties of commodity money standards..." - Mehrling Allowing central...

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A Dinar Fix?

BlogJune 13, 2003

Jeffrey Frankel of Harvard (Financial Times): "imposing the dollar on Iraq could also feed widespread fears of US imperialism. The politics would get even trickier if...

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The Sad State of the Economics Profession

Mises DailyApril 17, 2014
Economists today have sold themselves to the enemy. To succeed they have to toe the line, and they don’t bite the hand that feeds them...

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"Austrian Economists" Tweeted to 6.3 Million People

BlogMarch 15, 2013

Someone who uses Twitter under the handle @Numba1TSwiftFan and goes by TaylorSwiftForeva is a fan of both Taylor Swift and Austrian economics.

When big time celebrity blogger Perez Hilton tweeted "Taylor Swift keeps winning," TSF responded, "Couldn't agree more!She...

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Feed the World

Mises DailyApril 21, 2008
Make fuel from corn, by all means, if the free market signals that this the most pressing need and, hence, the most lucrative use for the crop.

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Year-End Data: Mises.org Grows

BlogDecember 23, 2005
  • Average monthly unique visitors Summer 2005: 172,000 
  • Average monthly unique visitors Winter 2005: 277,241
  • Average monthly visits Summer 2005: 385,000
  • Average monthly visits Winter 2005: 612,675
  • Average monthly pages served Summer 2005: 1.3 million
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How to Help the Mises Institute on Facebook

BlogAugust 22, 2014

As you probably know, Facebook is constantly changing its methods of deciding which posts you see and which you don't see. Privacy settings change constantly as do settings for your news feed. It difficult to say exactly how these changes affect the number of people who see our Mises...

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Payday Lenders Are Friends of the Poor

BlogJuly 23, 2010

"I don't think that's very good for your blood pressure." I was sitting on the couch feeding our newborn while my wife was bathing our two-year-old. I had flipped through the channels and had stopped on PBS, where someone was talking about how payday lenders were exploiting the...

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Molinari Essays Online

BlogJuly 21, 2005
19th-century Belgian economist Gustave de Molinari was a member of the French Liberal School and is considered the founder of free-market anarchism. I've just finished translating some essays by and about him:

Molinari's Utopia of...

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Restrictions on Outsourcing?

BlogJanuary 12, 2004
Any possible argument that can be made to justify restrictions on outsourcing can be seen to apply even more strongly to cases in which any technological or other advance reduces or eliminates the requirements for a particular kind of labor. If the manufacture of widgets requires the employment of...

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