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  • [Call for contributors] Australian libertarian activism site

    The centre of Libertarian activism in Australia is currently looking for contributors. The purpose of the site is to facilitate everything needed for starting and running Libertarian student-groups and discussion-groups, including paraphernalia for stocking a Libertarian...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Samuel Marks on Sat, Feb 25 2012
  • A replacement for the present "higher education" system?

    Project Prometheus Imagine a system of education, supported by direct donation and advertising, where you could get the equivalent of a college education at little or no cost to you. I'll go over some of the resources and then give a framework of how the whole system should work. Resources: -moodle...
    Posted to General (Forum) by copycat042 on Fri, Feb 24 2012
  • Economics of Science?

    As a physicist with an interest in Austrian economics, Science, Technology, and Government by Murray N. Rothbard is the sort of book I was looking for! is an incredible resource. Some related resources: "The Myth of Under-provision of Science by the Free Market" by Anita Acavalos...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Alan Aversa on Mon, Dec 26 2011
  • [need concise content] Distributing flyers/pamphlets to students from Libertarian Stall

    Good Morning, I'm looking for some concise content to put into a leaflet (1 A4, colour, double-sided, folded in 2?) for distributing from my libertarian student-group stall in a couple of days. What would you recommend in terms of content, and could you give me some example paragraphs/images? I was...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Samuel Marks on Wed, Jul 27 2011
  • (Personal) Is getting a PhD in Austrian Economics worth it?

    Just asking for the heck of it. I know that some universities like George Mason and NYU provide PhD programs in Austrian Econ and it sounds interesting. But is it worth it to spend 4-6 years working on a PhD in a field most people don't understand? Also, if it was you looking to get such a degree...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Freedom4Me73986 on Thu, Jun 16 2011
  • All Mises U content now available through Bit Torrent

    I thought this would be a good way of spreading our message freely, further, and faster. I arranged all information within the torrent exactly as it was downloaded from the beautifully-arranged Mises U that you have implemented on iTunes. I thought this additional format of delivery would be handy for...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mattthetalker on Fri, Mar 5 2010
  • Advice on choosing a college

    I have been scouring the internet for information on the best libertarian/Austrian leaning Economics programs for both undergraduate and Ph.D. I am currently in active duty military service but will be leaving the Air Force in December of 2009 and would like to pursue an academic career in Economics...
    Posted to General (Forum) by SmallestMinority on Mon, Jun 16 2008
  • College education

    Unless you attend a local community college why does getting a college education require most people to spend 10-20 years paying it off? Why do the costs keep going up? Didn't going to college a few decades back used to cost significantly less than it does now even accounting for inflation? And why...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by BWF89 on Wed, Mar 19 2008
  • Which country is the most Austrian?

    Hi there, I'm new here (just found this excellent place) but I've been libertarian and Austrian since I've started studying economics and political science. I'm going off to University in the UK in half a year, hopefully to do economics all the way to a PhD. Anyway enough with the chit...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Solredime on Wed, Jan 16 2008
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