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  • Re: New Semster- Same BS

    You guys all make some good points. However it seems like socialists/interventionists dominate all of the faculties. Obviously it is good to see altenate viewpoints, but when one's grade depends partially on accepting their professor's opinions it becomes frustrating.
    Posted to General (Forum) by Bowlcut on Wed, Jan 7 2009
  • Re: New Semster- Same BS

    You make a good point and I wont argue wth you but this class is required for any BComm. Obviously one can learn from any situation, but I don't wanna come off as arrogant. This Prof's ego is too big to allow another one in the room, and even though we have prof's with different opinions we can learn from them. One of the best prof I had
    Posted to General (Forum) by Bowlcut on Tue, Jan 6 2009
  • New Semster- Same BS

    Hello fellow Austrians, It is easy to see why we in Canada and the USA are in such a predicament after one visit to a Macro class. My statist prof whose claim to fame is working for the government, ranted an entire class about the causes of the financial "crisis" but neglected once to mention WHY interest were too low and who did it. Instead
    Posted to General (Forum) by Bowlcut on Tue, Jan 6 2009
  • Re: High standard of living and the welfare state

    One thing I admire about German is the engineering and technology that its auto industry produces. However as you in recent years Volkswagen and other companies are looking towards Czech Republic and other "eastern bloc" (Praha is west of Wien lol) in order to seek less regulations and union interference. In your opinion are unions in Germany
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Bowlcut on Mon, Jan 5 2009
  • Re: High standard of living and the welfare state

    [quote user="Sphairon"]So, when welfarists claim that European nations have a high living standard and a large welfare state, point out how long it took to generate all this wealth and how the welfare state, after first halting this process, is now even reversing it in almost no time.[/quote] Great point. People seem to forget that many "drastic"
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Bowlcut on Mon, Jan 5 2009
  • Re: Hitler saved the economy

    If you would like a detailed account of the Third Reich there is one by Richard J. Evans, "The Third Reich in Power" He accurately explains the failure of wage and price controls, and demonstrates that "full employment" was achieved through manipulation of data, irrational public works, and government intervention (is this the USA
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Bowlcut on Mon, Jan 5 2009
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