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These four lectures were delivered to the Department of Economics at the University of Colorado in the 1970s, and feature Friedrich Hayek, Israel Kirzner and Ludwig Lachmann. Special thanks to Mr. Fred Glahe for his generous donation of these recordings to the Mises Institute.Download the complete audio of this event (ZIP) here.
 
On April 23, 1990, in Washington, DC, the Mises Institute sponsored the first Austrian school look at the post-socialist age. It went a long way toward developing a blueprint—consistent with the Austrian tradition—for dismantling the command economy. Featuring Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Krzysztof Ostaszewski, Yuri N. Maltsev, Gottfried Haberler, Kestutis Baltramatis, Murray N. Rothbard, and Joseph Sobran.
 
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In this edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor & publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com discusses the causes of the boom-bust business cycle, in particular the way it is explained by Austrian School economists.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
In this edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, discusses capital gains taxes and why an increase would lower the general standard of living.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
In this edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, discusses the developing price inflation and the key factors driving it.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
In this edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, discusses Biden Administration policies that appear designed to drive the dollar down on foreign exchange markets.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
In this edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, discusses the dangers in the new bill introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders, The Tax Excessive Pay Bill. It is clear Sanders does not understand CEO compensation and the damage his bill will do to regular workers.…
 
In this edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, discusses the manner in which Marxist thinking is infiltrating current America and how it is possible you might even hold some Marxist views.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
In this edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, discusses the manner in which Dr. Jordan Peterson is promoting Marxism and why this is dangerous.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
In this edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, discusses the unusual moves by the CIA and Federal Reserve in shrinking the money supply data that they used to supply.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
On this edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, discusses the problems with a wealth tax and how it results in the lowering of the general standard of living in an economic region.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
On this pop-up edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, explains the hidden way unions really cause a decline in the standard of living for everyone.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
On "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com, explains why the climb in long term interest rates is a signal of danger ahead for the economy.על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
Was Adam Smith the great free market advocate that so many believe? And just how did he influence Karl Marx? Robert Wenzel, editor and publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com explores these questions during this episode of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel"על ידי Robert Wenzel
 
This is a special edition of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel" which examines the recent short squeeze of GameStop stock, the halting of buying in the stock by the Robinhood brokerage firm and the circumstances surrounding the situation. Did hedge funds try to manipulate the situation? Did the limits on buying move the country toward soci…
 
Ron Paul deserves a high place in the history of liberty for being the only seriously principled statesman to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives in the last quarter of the twentieth century. It should ne no surprise to discover that Ludwig von Mises had a huge impact on Congressman Paul's view of statesmanship. This essay is a moving tribut…
 
The term Austrian will include people like Shumpeter and Morgenstern. Competition is seen as a state of affairs of perfect knowledge and equilibrium by mainstream economists. This fails to provide explanations as to how those market prices have been achieved. Austrians do not rely on the theory of perfect competition. Each individual reacts to the …
 
Biographical remarks about Lachmann (1906-1990). Then, Lachmann describes Austrian economics as being subjectivism (individual human action), a certain attitude to time (the future is unknowable), and a distrust of macroeconomic entities (they exist, but Austrians look at macro as mechanistic). Lachmann recommends Menger, Jevons and Walras De-homog…
 
Was George Stigler sympathetic to the Austrian school? Lachmann doesn’t think so because Stigler was a favorite student of Knight. Austrians should have dealt with Keynes, instead they quarreled with Knight. What policies do Austrians pursue? Those that favor the market. Is Milton Friedman an Austrian? Austrians agree with whatever Friedman says ab…
 
A full-employment policy produces unemployment. Keynesian economics became the dominant theory wherein inflation was endorsed as a method of increasing aggregate demand which should boost employment. Hayek opposed this expansionist policy of Keynes. Inflation misdirects labor and distorts prices. Halting inflation produces unemployment. Hayek would…
 
Joseph Sobran of National Review cautions against all foreign aid, calls for an end to entangling alliances, and suggests that America's most important export is Misesian economics and the Founding Fathers' vision of liberty. Includes an introduction by Lew Rockwell. Presented by the Mises Institute at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC, …
 
Murray N. Rothbard of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, explains that Mises and the Austrians forecasted the collapse of socialism, and points to the tremendous opportunity that now exists for a social experiment in freedom. He focuses on what must be done—monetarily, institutionally, and ideologically—to achieve it, and urges a stroke-of-the-pe…
 
Kęstutis Baltramatis, chief privatization economist of the Lithuanian Council of Ministers, speaks of Lithuania's plan to completely privatize industry and dramatically cut the size of the public sector. Especially notable is his revelation that Lithuania plans to welcome foreign entrepreneurs with no restrictions. Includes an introduction by Lew R…
 
Yuri N. Maltsev of the International Center for Development Policy and a former Gorbachev reform team advisor, describes the miserable standard of living in the Soviet Union and explains how the economy could be fully privatized. But, his short-term outlook is extremely pessimistic. Presented by the Mises Institute at the Washington Court Hotel in …
 
Gottfried Haberler (1900–1995), senior scholar of the American Enterprise Institute, former president of the American Economic Association, and a student of Ludwig von Mises's in Austria, expresses his elation at the revolutionary events: "I only wish Ludwig von Mises could have seen his predictions come true." Includes an introduction by Lew Rockw…
 
Krzysztof Ostaszewski of the University of Louisville, a Polish emigre, offers a critique of Poland's half-way reforms and describes the obstacles the country faces in attempting to become a fully capitalist society. Includes an introduction by Lew Rockwell. Presented by the Mises Institute at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC, on 23 Apr…
 
Hans-Hermann Hoppe of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, a German emigre, notes the errors already made in the process of German unification and offers an alternative free market route that avoids the stagnation of social democracy. Presented by the Mises Institute at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC, on 23 April 1990.…
 
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