Tag Archives: Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe

Professor Hoppe: Politics, Money, and Banking

Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe, distinguished fellow with the Ludwig von Mises Institute, and founder and president of The Property and Freedom Society, explains the links between politicians, money, and banking, from the point of view of the Rothbardian Austrian School. The … Continue reading

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Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe: How Mises Rebuilt Economics

The Professor’s latest article, on Mises.org.

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Professor Hoppe: The Advantages of Small States and the Dangers of Centralization

Continuing our theme from yesterday, on micro-states and mega-states, I thought it might be potentially enlightening for us to celebrate Christmas by as well as watching the latest Harry Potter video on the destruction of the fascist mega-state of Lord … Continue reading

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Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe: Nonpraxeological Schools of Thought

The latest piece from the Professor is out on Mises.org. Is economics a hard science or a social science? Make a judgement, after reading this piece, and decide for yourself. (Or alternatively, let a few random electrons bounce around your … Continue reading

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