Author: Ludwig von Mise
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
Keywords: economic, evolution, social, interpretation, history, theory
Number of Pages: 383
Published: 2007-08-22
ISBN-10: 1933550198
ISBN-13: 9781933550190

New hardcover edition, introduction by Murray N. Rothbard Like Hayek, Mises moved beyond economics in his later years to address questions regarding the foundation of all social science. But unlike Hayek’s attempts, Mises’s writings on these matters have received less attention than they deserve. Theory and History, writes Rothbard in his introduction, "remains by far the most neglected masterwork of Mises. Here Mises defends his all-important idea of metholodogical duelism: one approach to the hard sciences and another for the social sciences. He defends the epistemological stat

Author: Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr.
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
Keywords: conflict, times, ideological, central, capitalism, fascism
Number of Pages: 180
Published: 2013-11-25
ISBN-10: 1610166248
ISBN-13: 9781610166249

Fascism has become a term of general derision and rebuke. It is tossed casually in the direction of anything a critic happens to dislike. But fascism is a real political and economic concept, not a stick with which to beat opponents arbitrarily. The abuse of this important word undermines its true value as a term referring to a very real phenomenon, and one whose spirit lives on even now. Fascism is a specific ideology based on the idea that the state is the ideal organization for realizing a society s and an individual s potential economically, socially, and even spiritually. The state, fo

Author: Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
Number of Pages: 26
Published: 2013-07-10

In this concise and ever-timely essay on how anarcho-capitalists should engage the modern state, Hans-Hermann Hoppe dissects the nature of the modern democratic state and then suggests strategies for enacting a bottom-up libertarian revolution in ideology and civil government.Hoppe begins by examining the nature of the state as “a monopolist of defense and the provision and enforcement of law and order.” Recent centuries have experienced almost non-stop and untrammeled growth in the size and scope of the state, and the trend only accelerated with the expansion of democratic states.

Authors: Butler Shaffer,  David Gordo,
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
Keywords: property, intellectual, critique, libertarian
Number of Pages: 60
Published: 2014-03-23
ISBN-10: 1610165896
ISBN-13: 9781610165891

Butler Shaffer is a distinguished libertarian legal theorist who has for many years taught at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. In this monograph, he addresses an important question that has aroused much interest among libertarians: What is the status of intellectual property? Are patents and copyrights legitimate? Shaffer responds with an appeal to fundamental libertarian principles. Only arrangements that people freely negotiate with one another are acceptable: laws imposed by a coercive state are not. Judged by this standard, intellectual property fails. People may make contracts tha

Authors: James Foster, Suman Seth, Michael Lokshin, Zurab
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: world, bank, training, series, practice, theory, approach, measuring, poverty, inequality, unified
Number of Pages: 322
Published: 2013-05-10
ISBN-10: 0821384619
ISBN-13: 9780821384619

’A Unified Approach to Measuring Poverty and Inequality: Theory and Practice’ is an introduction to the theory and practice of measuring poverty and inequality, as well as a user’s guide for analyzing income or consumption distribution for any standard household dataset using the World Bank’s ADePT software. The approach taken here considers income standards as building blocks for basic measurement, then uses them to construct inequality and poverty measures. This unified approach provides advantages in interpreting and contrasting the measures and in understanding the

Author: World Bank Group
Publisher: World Bank Publicatio
Keywords: financial, inclusion, report, development, global
Number of Pages: 222
Published: 2013-11-11
ISBN-10: 0821399853
ISBN-13: 9780821399859

Financial inclusion has become a major subject of interest among policymakers, researchers, and other financial sector stakeholders. Many countries, for example, have recently adopted explicit financial inclusion strategies with targets for financial inclusion. The interest reflects an increased recognition that financial inclusion can be a driver of economic growth and poverty alleviation, and that many individuals and firms are excluded unnecessarily from even basic financial services. About half of the world’s adult population– more than 2.5 billion people–have no bank acc

Authors: Matthew Moran, Daniel Salisbury,
Publisher: King’s College, Londo
Keywords: opportunities, challenges, industry, insurance, sanctions
Number of Pages: 53
Published: 2013-09-01
ISBN-10: 1908951052
ISBN-13: 9781908951052

Table of Contents        About the Authors 4  Sponsors 5  Acknowledgements 6  Abbreviations 7  Introduction 9  Part One: Sanctions on Iran: Policy Goals 11   and Latest Developments  Part Two: The Challenges of Sanctions Legislation 23  Part Three: Compliance and Enforcement 31  Part Four: Promoting Coherence between Policy Makers 39   and Practitioners  Conclusion 47  Annex 1: Project Alpha 49 
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