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Market economy praised by German president; a tribute to the Freiburg school

Great post from Alberto Mingardi on Econlib, commenting on a recent speech by German president Joachim Gauck in which he defends the market economy and pays tribute to the Freiburg school of economic thought, or the Ordo-liberals. An interesting and … Continue reading

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Is free market economics to blame for the recession?

Let me summarize my answer, NO. And anyone telling you this is under a political agenda or missing key economic concepts. These concepts are well-known. Practically no-one nowadays advocates a complete suppression of the government  as a market regulator. I’ll … Continue reading

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A note on Ron Paul ‘s farewell speech; Farewell great inspirator

While looking through the Mises Daily RSS feed today, i came through Ron Paul’s farewell speech to congress on November 14th, 2012. Let me tell you about what Ron Paul means to me. I have always been an unconditional fan … Continue reading

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