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Best Mises Institute podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Mises Institute podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The Mises Institute, founded in 1982, is an educational institution devoted to advancing Austrian economics, freedom, and peace in the classical-liberal tradition. Our website offers many thousands of free books and thousands of hours of audio and video, along with the full run of rare journals, biographies, and bibliographies of great economists.
 
Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews, and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, Austrian economics, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs in ...
 
In Historical Controversies, Mises Institute scholar Chris Calton debunks the history you may have learned in school. Armed with facts, theory, and a Rothbardian appreciation for historical narrative, Calton enlightens and entertains in a podcast that has something to offer all audiences. See the podcast's updated Corrections and Qualifications page. See also Chris Calton's Bibliographic Essays (PDF): Season 1, History of the War on Drugs (Mises.org/EC1Bib) and Season 2: Antebellum United St ...
 
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.
 
Welcome! I’m Stephen Rose. I am a follower of the Austrian School of Economics, in the intellectual tradition of Frederick Hayek, Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, and Hans Hermann Hoppe. This is my blog. It is my hope that it lives up to its name, and becomes an intellectual standard bearer in humankind’s progress toward a stateless world. Topics for this show will cover all facets of that struggle. All content here is my own. I hope you enjoy it. Please contact me at anarchiststandard//@/ ...
 
"The Tatiana Show" podcast talks about politics, activism, blockchain, music, and how to combine them all to help the world. Tatiana Moroz is a singer-songwriter, activist, entrepreneur, and public speaker with her own marketing company Crypto Media Hub. Co-host Joshua Scigala is the CEO of Vaultoro, a cutting edge exchange for Bitcoin and gold. They interview special guests to chat about all kinds of exciting topics from technology, the arts, and the Bitcoin revolution in a casual way that ...
 
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We dive into Part Four of Human Action with Professor Jeffrey Herbener, Chair of the Economics Department at Grove City College.This is a fantastic discussion of money and market exchange, with Mises proving timely as ever given the current financial meltdown and crazed response from Washington. Dr. Herbener and Jeff Deist cover catallactics and ho…
 
In dealing with the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, many businesses have been forced to shut down temporarily, schools have closed, and many are quarantined in their homes. On this episode of The Tatiana Show, we invited military veteran and business development manager with GoCoin, Dionna Bailey, to discuss the role of the armed forces and the govern…
 
Bob Murphy comments on various aspects of the response to the coronavirus. Although many libertarians are accusing the authorities of exaggerating the threat, it would also be a "libertarian take" to accuse them of downplaying the threat early on, misleading the public on how to stay safe. Bob also tries to clarify thinking about the Fed's repo bai…
 
Entrepreneurs make orchestration a value-producing service. Entrepreneurs don’t necessarily need to own the capital and resources required to deliver value. What they do is organize capital in a new way to facilitate a new value experience for customers. They orchestrate capital, resources, people, skills and technologies. Their orchestration creat…
 
Garett Jones returns to the podcast to discuss his book, 10% Less Democracy: Why You Should Trust Elites a Little More and the Masses a Little Less. During the 2016 presidential election, both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders argued that elites were hurting the economy. But, drawing together evidence and theory from across economics, political scien…
 
We continue our series on Human Action with Professor Per Bylund of Oklahoma State University. Dr. Bylund and Jeff Deist consider Part Three of the book, "Economic Calculation," considering Mises's conception of value and the folly of attempting to define a "unit of value" in a highly subjective world. They discuss socialism and the elementary theo…
 
Are there opportunities for adaptive and agile entrepreneurs in the current economic shock? Per Bylund’s answer is an emphatic yes.Show Notes: https://mises.org/library/coronapreneurs-how-austrian-entrepreneurs-manage-exogenous-shock-system"3 Ways to Safeguard Your Business as Coronavirus Spreads" by Dr. Bylund: Mises.org/E4E_57_Article"Coronaprene…
 
The lovely and entertaining Lea Thompson joins Tatiana and Josh on this episode of The Tatiana Show. Lea is the creative force behind Girl Gone Crypto, a YouTube channel for all things crypto. She interviews top experts in the space, reviews different cryptocurrency projects, and goes behind the scenes at many events in the world of blockchain. Lea…
 
Today's guest is Simon Bowmaker. The topic is his book, When the President Calls: Conversations with Economic Policymakers. The book features 35 interviews with economists who worked for the President of the United States. What is it like to sit in the Oval Office and discuss policy with the president? To know that the decisions made will affect hu…
 
Our friend and economist Dr. Robert Murphy joins the show for a discussion of Part Two in Human Action, "Action Within the Framework of Society." This is a great discussion of Mises's view of society and cooperation; Mises on Darwin; the Ricardian Law of Association; the case for treating ideological differences as purely ideological; Mises's utili…
 
On his podcast 'The Local Maximum', software engineer (and developer at Foursquare) Max Sklar has Bob explain Ludwig von Mises's distinction between class and case probability. They apply Mises's framework to other economic theory, and discuss Bayesian inference and machine learning.For more, see BobMurphyShow.com.…
 
All business relationships have downside risk: your counterparty / partner / vendor / customer / investor may not perform as you expect or require. In today’s interconnected economy, more and more elements of your business model are provided by relationship partners. It’s wise to recognize downside risk potential and to know how to mitigate it.Show…
 
Anticipating his forthcoming interview with Winston Ewert, Bob explains why the Intelligent Design movement will be to the natural sciences, what the Public Choice school in economics is to the social sciences. Bob predicts that the explanation for the observed complexity of the universe will ultimately be pushed back into the structure of mathemat…
 
Corey DeAngelis is the Director of School Choice at the Reason Foundation, and an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute's Center for Educational Freedom. He talks with Bob about the studies supporting school choice, and dispels the myths around it. The interview ends with Bob raising the possibility that government voucher programs could end up hur…
 
Harry Dent is the founder of Dent Research, which provides economic forecasting and financial recommendations. He is the author of numerous books, including "Zero Hour" (2017). Harry argues that demographic trends set the U.S. economy up for a major adjustment that the Federal Reserve merely postponed with its easy-money policies in 2008 and beyond…
 
In the fall of 2018 three people went public with a long-running hoax in which they'd published fake papers to various feminist, critical studies, etc. journals. Perhaps the most memorable example was an article purporting to catalogue the number of "rapes" that occurred at a dog park. Bob explores the precise reasons for why (or why not) this hoax…
 
In the second installment of our series on Mises's Human Action, Dr. David Gordon (Mises.org/Gordon) joins the show to walk us through Part One. The beginning of the book is considered its most "philosophical" material, where Mises lays out the basics of praxeology and epistemology as fundamental to understanding economics. Dr. Gordon and host Jeff…
 
Liberty or freedom was generally restricted to a minority of elites while ordinary people were serfs or slaves during pre-capitalistic systems. The capitalist way to wealth was to serve the consumer with better and cheaper products and services. Private property of the factors of production was the foundation of wealth creation. Production, saving,…
 
Ludwig von Mises speaks about the political consequences of the welfare state. He begins by recounting the origin and semantics of the term "welfare state." He then concentrates on how the interests of individual members of a legislature is not the welfare of the nation, but the welfare of its constituents. Mises believes the system of intervention…
 
The Austrian economic principle of subjective value — placing value entirely in the mind of the customer — helps Austrian entrepreneurs analyze value creation from a unique viewpoint. One of these is the value learning process, a new way of thinking about how to be a critical catalyst for a customer’s value experience.Customers learn intentionally …
 
Ludwig von Mises discusses inflation, labor unions, and issues of the adoption of improper terminology and widespread public misinformation. Delivered at the ninth meeting of the Mont Pèlerin Society; Princeton, New Jersey; September 11, 1958.A transcription of this lecture is available at https://mises.org/wire/mises-adopt-keynesian-terminology-le…
 
Human Action is the book you want to read, you need to read, you've thought about reading. So make 2020 the year you do read it!Over the next seven weeks the Human Action Podcast will guide you through this incredibly vital and intellectually transforming work, with a series of guest economists to explain and bring Mises's most important work to li…
 
Today, Josh Hendrickson joins the show to discuss his paper, "U.S. Maritime Policy and Economic Efficiency." The paper discusses the controversial Jones Act, and how it (and similar policies) were designed to maintain a sovereign merchant marine for use in times of war. Te abstract reads as follows: Critics argue that maritime policy is protectioni…
 
Can entrepreneurship be learned? We’d like to believe it can, since entrepreneurs drive economic growth — creating tomorrow as Per Bylund puts it — and betterment for their individual customers and for society.Emergent circumstances placed Steve Mariotti in the position of teaching entrepreneurship to boys and girls in the nation’s toughest high sc…
 
Presented as part of the "Austrian Workshop" seminar series. Recorded at Pebble Hill (Auburn, Alabama) on 17 November 1997. Includes a Question-and-Answer period.Erik Ritter von Kuehnelt-Leddihn (1909-1999) was an Austrian nobleman and socio-political theorist who described himself as and enemy of all forms of totalitarianism and as an "extreme con…
 
American politics is in crisis. Is this because of the Constitution, or in spite of it?For many libertarians, the Constitution is a dead letter. Nobody alive today signed it or consented to it. And politicians ignored it almost from the beginning.What can liberty-minded people do?Recorded at Loyola University New Orleans on February 15, 2020.…
 
American politics is in crisis. Is this because of the Constitution, or in spite of it?For many libertarians, the Constitution is a dead letter. Nobody alive today signed it or consented to it. And politicians ignored it almost from the beginning.What can liberty-minded people do?Recorded at Loyola University New Orleans on February 15, 2020.…
 
Tomorrow will be different. Tomorrow is created by entrepreneurs. From the high street store owner introducing new inventory to the high tech founder introducing new features, entrepreneurs actively participate in changing the future to the way they want it to be. Real change happens through value exchange in the marketplace, facilitated by real en…
 
Economist Tim Terrell (Mises.org/Terrell) explains why the common rankings of "health outcomes" are so often biased against the United States, and why big businesses often support certain environmental regulations. Hint: it's not for reasons progressives will like.For more, see BobMurphyShow.com.By Mises Institute
 
Given during an event honoring the republishing of his book 'Liberalism', Margit's touching words not only display the love the two had for each other, but serve as a great reminder of just how important her husband's ideas are. Rather than simply being academic theories meant for scholarly debate, they are vital insights into empowering mankind to…
 
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