Monthly Archives: June 2013

Theory and Empirical Forecasting

I agree almost completely with Bob Wenzel’s post, where he takes Bob Murphy (Austrian economist) to task for gloating to his ‘foes’ about the fact that US Treasury yields rose following Ben Bernanke’s statement that he might taper QE. Bob Murphy is beating … Continue reading

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Mises “severely criticized even by bourgeois economists”

Many of Mises’s propositions are severely criticized even by bourgeois economists. Continue reading

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Who Says Labour Unions Can’t Be Austrian?

Mises SA scholar and associate Piet le Roux and his colleague Paul Joubert (mises.co.za author archives here and here) of Solidarity Research Institute, last week took delivery of another 17 books that traveled 13,667 km from the Ludwig von Mises … Continue reading

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Shuttleworth vs SARB

Mark Shuttleworth is suing the South African Reserve Bank for the R250 million he had to pay them as an “exit levy” when he was forced to emigrate from South Africa in order to expand his business internationally back in … Continue reading

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