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Recordings of the lectures presented at Mises University: 25–31 July 2010.

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Recordings of the lectures presented at Mises University: 25–31 July 2010.

    Mises as Model

    Mises as Model

    Recorded at Mises University 2010.

    Mises University Awards Ceremony

    Mises University Awards Ceremony

    Includes remarks and presentations by Douglas French, Joseph Salerno, Jörg Guido Hülsmann, and Dario Fernandez. Recorded at Mises University 2010.

    Recent Books Important to Austrians

    Recent Books Important to Austrians

    Recorded at Mises University 2010.

    Welfare Economics

    Welfare Economics

    Contrast Austrian Welfare Economics with alternative approaches including Pareto Optimality and Kaldor-Hicks. Recorded at Mises University 2010.

    The Economics of Legal Tender Laws

    The Economics of Legal Tender Laws

    Advanced lecture on the origins of fiat money systems, explaining the transition from commodity money to commercial bank notes and deposits, and from there to fiat money. Recorded at Mises University 2010.

    International Monetary Systems

    International Monetary Systems

    Compares and contrasts the principles and performance of alternative international monetary systems, including the classical gold standard, the gold-exchange standard, fluctuating national fiat currencies, and a global fiat currency. Shows the superiority of a hard-money gold standard over the historical and proposed alternatives. Recorded at Mises University 2010.

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11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Intrepidpariah ,

Exceptional in depth and breadth

This is my first experience listening to a Mises University series, I stand amazed at the amount of knowledge packed into these lectures. I listened to these during my commute and realize now that I will have to listen again while im able to take notes so that I may take note of the books, authors, references and quotable gems from these lectures. This was my known unknown, I've thought generally about these ideas, and see now how little I understood philosophically, economically and historically about my ideas. I cannot thank the LVMI enough for publishing these lectures on ITunesU. I became a member after completing the series, I cannot imagine anyone hearing this and not abandoning all their former thoughts of Keynesian economics to pursue more learning of the Austrian school and classical liberalism.

dsimps107 ,

A New Age

Thank you once again to the Mise Institute for allowing so much free access to all your lectures. This is a wealth of information!

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