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Louis Michael Spadaro, RIP

BiographiesAustrian Economics Overview

Blog05/14/2008

Press release here:

Louis Michael Spadaro, Ph.D., the founding dean of the Fordham University Graduate School of Business Administration, died on May 3 at his home in Syracuse, N.Y. He was 94. Spadaro, a New York City native, joined the Fordham faculty in 1939, and as professor...

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New Recording of Mises Lecture

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Blog01/04/2008

He is pretty old in 1969 but it is wonderful to hear his voice and he still seems sharp as a tack. Thank you to Bettina Bien Greaves for this rare tape. Listen.

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The Mises We Haven't Known

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Blog12/03/2007

Guido Hülsmann shows us in this monumental biography that a common view of Mises is mistaken. As even Macaulay's schoolboy knows, the American economics profession, dominated by Keynesianism, shunted Mises aside when he came to America. He was viewed as a relic, preaching an extremist view...

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American Affairs, Volume 7, Number 3

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Blog11/14/2007

Mises, Hayek, and Isabel Paterson write for the newly posted issue of American Affairs from 1945. Garrett himself warns of a growing "American Menace": "If only the American power were apparitional— if it would...

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Congratulations, Ben!

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Blog11/01/2007

Ben Darrington, the Yale Austrian who won the 2007 Douglas E. French Prize, was recently quoted in Time:

"He's [Ron Paul] about something that American nerd culture can get on board with:...

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Thinking Seriously

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Blog10/23/2007

In a a blog post, Pete Boettke presents some interesting and innocuous ruminations about paradigm shifts and progress in science and, then, suddenly, after a few paragraphs, makes a startling categorical...

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The Market for Austrian Economics

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Blog10/16/2007

Around the world there are many academics who make a living from Austrian economics. They write books, publish articles, organize conferences and are the people at the forefront of the movement. By constantly critiquing themselves and others, they build upon the Misesian framework, enriching,...

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