Tag Archives: Thomas Taylor

Profit, Loss, and Entrepreneurship

Week 9 of the Mises Institute’s Home Study Course in Austrian Economics includes one audio lecture and three book chapters dealing with profit, loss, and entrepreneurship. “Profit, Loss, and Entrepreneurship” by Joseph Salerno: Salerno says that all action is entrepreneurship … Continue reading

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Time Preference and Interest

Week 7 of the Mises Institute’s Home Study Course in Austrian Economics includes one audio lecture and three book chapters dealing with time preference and interest. “Time Preference and Interest” by Jeffrey Herbener: This lecture has a good summary of Ludwig … Continue reading

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Value, Utility, and Price

I just checked my archives and found that my last post in the Reading Economics Project was more than six months ago! Let’s fix that, shall we? Week 6 of the Mises Institute’s Home Study Course in Austrian Economics includes … Continue reading

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F. A. Hayek: Austrian Economist and Social Theorist

Beware the Ides of March! OK, now that I’ve gotten that out of the way . . . Week 4 of the Mises Institute’s Home Study Course in Austrian Economics includes one audio lecture and a corresponding book chapter on … Continue reading

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Menger and the Founders

Week 2 of the Mises Institute’s Home Study Course in Austrian Economics includes one audio lecture and readings from three books. “The Marginalist Revolution” by Joseph Salerno: This lecture from the 2001 Mises University explains the discovery of the law … Continue reading

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What Is Austrian Economics?

Week 1 of the Mises Institute’s Home Study Course in Austrian Economics includes one audio lecture and brief readings from three books. I had already listened to or read all of this material in the past, so it was relatively … Continue reading

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