The Ludwig von Miss Institute – Europe is pleased to be welcoming you to our upcoming Mises Circle with Robert Cutler, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of European, Russian & Eurasian Studies, Carleton University, Canada on the topic of energy security in Central-Asia and Caucasus.
At first sight the women quotas do not look like a complicated problem. Should women have a quota or not? But in fact it is a more complicated problem. A first reaction can be: a person, who is adding value does not need that kind of
On July 15, Mr. Brendan Brow will be presenting his latest book: ‘A Global Monetary Plague: Federal Reserve Quantitative Easing and Asset Price Inflation’.
The event is been made possible with the help Syed Kamall, MEP and Chairman of the ECR in the European Parliament
The Speaker is:
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
Despite of the rather nadir state of the European common currency and the ECB’s hopeless efforts to push Greece towards crucial reforms, the Euro must survive for the sake of preventing the resurrection of dangerous monetary nationalism. If not, the world economic community is
Last year a brilliant economist Thomas Piketty became a world-wide superstar economist for the leftists. By integrating superb academics in to the complex debate on economic inequality under the capitalist axiom, Piketty’s book “Capital in the 21st Century” generated bold arguments, which shrug the
The U.S dollar is the epicenter of global financial shocks. At least such thinking seems to dictate the debates on both the inherent structure and existing imbalances of the international monetary system. Interestingly, this particularly divisive topic is resurrected consistently in the aftermath of every
As the Euro-area keeps dragging from one pernicious recession to another, the crisis has actually created an unexpected and unintended consequence. Plenty of elusive discussions on the fundamental structure of the EU-system have materialized as the Brussels-apparatus is transforming from an omnipotent entity to a
By Heiko de Boer
For the first 3 reasons see: http://www.vonmisesinstitute-europe.eu/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,
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