Austrian Economics

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On June 21, 2011 Ben Powell, Associate Professor of Economics at Suffolk University, lectured at the Freedom University: Current Events Seminar. In this video Ben discusses the Housing Boom and Bust.

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Do you know what sets Austrian economics apart from the mainstream? See what Dr. Paul Cwik has to say in this this three minute video.

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What Austrian Economics IS and What Austrian Economics Is NOT

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Steve Horwitz, Professor of Economics at St. Lawrence University, explains what Austrian Economics is and what Austrian Economics is not, clearing up some common misconceptions.

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