Another Historical Objection to Anarcho-Capitalism

This article will cover two more objections from history to anarcho-capitalism. Historically, anarchist communities have looked more like communities based on socialism, communism, communalism, and so on, rather than communities based on capitalism. Maybe a small village or community has existed which is anarchistic, but have there been any whole societies or civilizations? To begin, … Read more Another Historical Objection to Anarcho-Capitalism

A Conversation from Tom Woods’ Day 4 Morning Speech at Mises University

The conversation occurred in the live chat as the live YouTube video of the speech occurred, regarding natural monopoly: Jay Son I would like to hear what woods would say about Economies of Scale being the barriers to entry regarding a free market John Vandivier sure that would be interesting. As a historian I would … Read more A Conversation from Tom Woods’ Day 4 Morning Speech at Mises University

Uniting the Austrians and the Neoclassicals

Austrians and Neoclassicals have a ton of things in common. They are both economists. OK that’s just about all they have in common. Except not. As economists, Austrians and Neoclassicals both want, among other things, to learn how to maximize economic growth. Before growth can be maximized, however, it must be modeled. While the two … Read more Uniting the Austrians and the Neoclassicals

Criticizing Savings-Based Economic Growth

This article will argue that savings is not the only component of economic growth. This article will not argue against the idea that savings contributes to growth, but will argue instead that savings must not be the only or ultimate determinant of growth. Economic growth is observed to be exponential. This creates a problem for … Read more Criticizing Savings-Based Economic Growth

A PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING THE PROPOSED NY STATE BITLICENSE

[I submitted the following this morning via email as a public comment to dana.syracuse@dfs.ny.gov as per instruction on this Reddit post with the subject line, “A PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING THE PROPOSED NY STATE BITLICENSE.”] Dana Syracuse, New York has a relatively weak performing economy on a per capita basis. As one who has studied economics and … Read more A PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING THE PROPOSED NY STATE BITLICENSE