Tag Archives: Doug French

PFS 2012 Videos: Douglas French, “What Bankers Do & Do Not Know”

We kick off our video reviews of Bodrum, 2012, with the magnificent Douglas E. French, the senior editor at Laissez Faire Books, and the splendid author of Early Speculative Bubbles and Increases in the Supply of Money: Douglas French, “What … Continue reading

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GoldMoney podcast: Doug French’s top ten books on money

My latest GoldMoney podcast, this time with Mr Doug French: Episode 66: GoldMoney’s Andy Duncan speaks to Doug French about his 10 favourite books written by Austrian school economists on the subject of money. Mr French is the senior editor … Continue reading

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Sunday treat: Doug French reviews Sword of Marathon

Doug French, the senior editor of Laissez-Faire books, recently bought a Kindle copy of the magnificent Sword of Marathon novel, read it cover-to-cover, and wrote a review. I thought as a Sunday treat we would post that review here on … Continue reading

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Wall Street Mathematics

In many ways, the difference between Austrian economics, and all the other false economics schools is the “=” symbol. In Keynesianism and its derivatives, including monetarism, the use of the equals symbol is ubiquitious. However, in Austrian economics you very … Continue reading

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Doug French: Early Speculative Bubbles and Increases in the Supply of Money

You know you have crossed into the Austrian light when you wake up one morning and everything has become clear. From that point forward, for the rest of your life, you realise that almost every societal problem you encounter, no … Continue reading

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Doug French: Freedom Through Technology

Doug French discusses how things have changed in the last thirty years, and perhaps his insights explain why the nascent world government is so desperate to shut down the Internet, via the mechanism of ‘Intellectual Property’, or as they knew … Continue reading

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