On March 31st The Ludwig Von Mises Institute – Europe and YES (European confederation of Young Entrepreneurs) are organizing a conference on the topic of “The role of the Entrepreneur in the 21st century”.
By Heiko de Boer
For the first 3 reasons see: http://www.vonmisesinstitute-europe.org/7-reasons-ecb-wrong-deflation-part-12/
The fourth reason mentioned by the ECB reads as follows: ‘tax and welfare systems can create incentives which distort economic behavior. In many cases, these distortions are exacerbated by inflation or deflation,
Call for papers for a special issue scheduled for 2016 on “Business management and Austrian economics”. Paper submission deadline is 1st of August, 2015. You can find more information about the special issue on “Business management and Austrian economics” in
June 16, 2015
Mises Circle in the European parliament with Robert Cutler Senior Research Fellow, Institute of European, Russian & Eurasian Studies, Carleton University, Quebec Canada. “An analysis of energy security and geo-economics”
By Heiko de Boer
The ECB fears deflation. In the document “Price stability: Why is it important for you?” The ECB mentions 7 reasons why price stability as defined by the ECB, is important. I will discuss the arguments the ECB is using, in
By Dr. Brendan Brown
The announcement of Euro-QE was not the start of Europe’s monetary Dark Age. That started many years ago with a long lead-in which we could date back to Chancellor Kohl’s undermining of the “hard Deutsche Mark Bundesbank” in the late
The Ludwig von Mises Institute has a strong connection with the country of Ukraine as well as the citizens of Ukraine. Our founding name comes from Ludwig von Mises, an Economist from the city of Lviv in Ukraine. Von Mises, stood for the principles the
“The line between legally and democratically allowed striking and the extreme power executed by German (The Lufthansa is going to strike for the 9th time this year) and Belgian striking trade- unions is difficult to draw and difficult to accept.
Equality in arms, a similar, equal
By Thibault Schrepel, LL.M.
In the late 16th century, Queen Elizabeth I of England commissioned Francis Drake to sail for America. The Queen asked him to plunder Spanish vessels on its way there. Francis Drake became a pirate commissioned by the crown. This type
Austrian economist Israel Kirzner, who was placed among the favorites to win the Nobel prize in economics by Thomson Reuters (Nobel laureates predictions) made a very interesting speech at the Mercatus center in George Mason University on F. A. Hayek’s Nobel address in 1974 and