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Month: December 2018

Another “Austrian” Critique of Market Monetarism: Part 2

Shawn Ritenour critiqued Market Monetarism on the Mises.org blog. I responded to what he sees as our theoretical shortcomings here.   He goes on to critique the Market Monetarist view of

Another “Austrian” Critique of Market Monetarism 3

ShawnRitenour wrote a critique of Market Monetarism.   I responded to his criticism of our supposed failings of basic theory here.   I responded to his criticism of our view of the

Another “Austrian” Critique of Market Monetarism: Part 1

Shawn Ritenour provides a critique of Market Monetarism on Mises.org. He charges:Market monetarist theory and policy is unsatisfactory primarily because Market monetarists use a faulty theoretical framework in analyzing economic activity,

Austrian Business Cycle Theory 2

Some advocates of the Austrian Business Cycle Theory trace the passage of new money through the economy. The new money enters the economy at a certain place, and those receiving

More Austrian Cycle Theory

I believe that the monetary disequilibrium and the public finance versions of the Austrian Business Cycle Theory hold simultaneously. To the degree the inflation process involves excess supplies of money

Will the Austrians soon make “Schweizerwitze” about an increasingly backward country?

What is happening now around the Bundeshaus, can foresee bad for the upcoming election year. “You do not deal with a Federal Council,” said Johann Schneider-Ammann this week. Our Minister