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  • Anti-Gold

    I used to believe in protectionism. Several users here tried to persist me to abandoned it, but they did not take me seriously. But after reading Milton Friedman, I can say that I am absolutely convinced that protectionism is nonsensical > this is because the foreigners don't sell goods for dollars...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Buzz Killington on Thu, Mar 28 2013
  • Natural Money Bomb: an insidious way to blow up Wall Street

    I have been away some time but I have worked on something interesting. It is the Natural Money Bomb. Here it is: The Natural Money Bomb is weaponised superior efficiency that will wreak havoc and create chaos in the financial system. It will bring down the banks and Wall Street when it is used. The core...
    Posted to General (Forum) by niphtrique on Wed, May 16 2012
  • Jobs for the Austrian Inclined

    Good Morning. I recently wondered whether anyone would be intereted in a blog/site dedicated to linking Austrian minded job seekers with employers. Id be curious to know what forum members think and what a good way to promote the site would be (if there was interest). Look fwd to your comments. Michael
    Posted to General (Forum) by Michael on Fri, Dec 31 2010
  • Employment Resources for the Austrian Enlightened

    Good Morning. I am presently seeking to fill a treasury analyst position at my firm (specifically on my team). I performed a brief search to see if any Austrian/Mises oriented job sites or forums existed. Nothing surfaced so Jeffrey T. suggested I try the forum on to see if the community had...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Michael on Mon, Jun 28 2010
  • Does anyone know of any good papers relating to Overemployment? Statistics?

    In economics its common place to talk about employment, unemployment, and underemployment... but what about overemployment? Has there been any mainstream papers written on this?
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by dloney on Sun, Jun 13 2010
  • Personal Dilemma

    Seeing as I am finishing up my final year of college (which it turns out has largely been pointless) I am beginning to search for gainful employment in earnest. At the fall career fair, I gave my resume to the NSA, as they are the single largest employer of mathematicians in the world (and I am a math...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Jeff on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • monometalic vs. multimetalic/nonmetalic currency.

    I'm a bit of a soft-core libertarian, and an economist in particular. A lot of reading and discussion I have read has let me with a number of questions regarding the worshipped "gold standard." 1) Gresham's law states that "bad" easy currency will crowd out "good"...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Igor83185 on Wed, Nov 19 2008
  • Re: Some thoughts on the Austrian business cycle

    Nathyn, You obviously haven't read a lot concerning the ABCT. There is a lot of information in this site on it. I recommend all the lectures by Garrison especially, and the on line book "Prices and Production" by Hayek. [quote user="Nathyn"]When fractional reserve banking is established...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Donald Lingerfelt on Wed, Dec 5 2007
  • using socratic method to teach HS seniors about the tenets of classical liberalism

    This Friday I will be teaching a class of High School seniors about the wage, labor, and employment. Before I begin to teach about those topics directly, I would like to, through Socratic questioning, have the class arrive that the purpose of the law is to prevent injustice against life, liberty, and...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by MarkRussell on Tue, Nov 27 2007
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