Posting in the newbie forum as this is my first post. Am thoroughly enjoying the forum, gaining knowledge of Lvmi where i have little.
Anyway, saw this on Seeking Alpha this morning:
Austrian School of Economics is on the Rise
The Austrian School of economics is gaining popularity, and followers.
Fueling this shift is a belief that Keynesian loose-money policies led
our current crisis. While die-hard mainstream economists like Paul
Krugman aren’t budging,
millions of people are rethinking the role government should play in
the economy. Many of them are looking to the Austrian School for
I tried to get some meaningful plot from http://www.google.co.uk/trends but failed. can anyone do better?
Where there is no property there is no justice; a proposition as certain as any demonstration in Euclid
Fools! not to see that what they madly desire would be a calamity to them as no hands but their own could bring
In comparison to Objectivism, Austrian Economics seems to have made some rise (and possibly stability?) in the Search Index. Same with Free Talk Live. :3
"The power of liberty going forward is in decentralization. Not in leaders, but in decentralized activism. In a market process." -- liberty student
As a student of Economics in the University setting, it's unfortunate to hear so little from the Austrian influence in the classroom. Macroeconomics is pure Keynesian with the only criticism offered coming from the Monetarist. Reading "Man, Economy, and State" was like a breath of fresh air.