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Recorded during the 2008 Mises University, leading Austrian Economists discuss Henry Hazlitt's classic book Economics in One Lesson.

Economics in One Lesson Mises Institute

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Recorded during the 2008 Mises University, leading Austrian Economists discuss Henry Hazlitt's classic book Economics in One Lesson.

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4.8 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Intrepidpariah ,

Excellent substantively, poor production value

While I enjoyed the substance of the conversations, this presentation was clearly marred by intrusive background noise, people laughing, talking and in general the sounds of an office. I would hope other Mises productions approach putting a public voice on the Institute with more professionalism. Further, the interviewer has a particularly unusual speech pattern that I'm unaccustomed to and found distracting. I'm hoping future editions correct the freshman efforts of this series, as I found the questions and responses flowed well, and the subject matter brought to bear on today's challenges was very well done. If I was grading on substance alone, I would give this series five stars, unfortunately the production value was in the 1 area.

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