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Virtual Mises University 2019

Registration is open for VMU '19! Access the reading list materials, view live streams, and obtain all lecture content.
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The Economics of Medical Care

Dr. Terrell addresses some of the misconceptions about medical care that have led some to believe that free market medicine sacrifices patients for the sake of profits.
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Virtual Mises University 2018

Registration is still open for those who wish to access 2018's Virtual Mises University. VMU 2019 coming soon.
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The Economics of Bitcoin: A Primer

Monetary Theory

This introductory course explains the basics of money and the possible viability of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The course begins with the origin of money when it emerged from barter as the most saleable good, allowing economic calculation and the division of labor. The problem of how a new...
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Development Economics: An Austrian Perspective

Production TheoryValue and Exchange

In this four-lecture course, Manish presents the Austrian perspective on Development Economics, with particular attention on capital accumulation and the structure of production.
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Advanced Seminar on Human Action

Mises Institute faculty break down the chapters of Mises's magnum opus.
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The Progressive Era

Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismU.S. EconomyU.S. History

Patrick Newman provides a guide for highlights and major themes of Murray Rothbard’s recently published book.
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Themes from Ludwig von Mises's Socialism

Austrian Economics OverviewOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

In this four-lecture online course, Dr. David Gordon walks through the major themes of Mises’s great treatise.
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Virtual Mises University 2017

Austrian Economics Overview

Virtual Mises U is for absolutely anyone, anywhere, who is interested in the pursuit of economic truth. $20
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Labor Economics: An Austrian Perspective

InterventionismProduction TheoryValue and Exchange

This free four-lecture course outlines the Austrian understanding of labor as a factor of production priced in the factor markets.
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