The Austrian School of economics, the school of thought that includes Ludwig von Mises, F.A. Hayek, and Murray Rothbard -- and which influenced Ron Paul, of course -- is the subject of the Mises Institute's week-long Mises University summer program, which I'm attending right now. In the course of taking notes on my computer to help my 14-year-old daughter understand the concepts better, I realized there were some foundational parts of Austrian economics that some listeners may enjoy hearing clarified. So in this episode I actually show how we can derive economic laws from the apparently sterile axiom that "human beings act." I also discuss where prices come from, and what the fundamental problem with socialism is. Subscribe to the Tom Woods Show: http://ift.tt/2jp3cEf http://ift.tt/2tO74Ya http://ift.tt/1qPNaDQ http://ift.tt/1kH7ULH http://ift.tt/1pMMAcc http://ift.tt/2iSuXIb
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