Thursday, October 22, 2015

New Radio Interview on Mises' "Lost Papers" and "Monetary Central Planning and the State"

Richard Ebeling emails:

Dear Bob,

I recently was a guest on the weekend edition of “Power Trading Radio” with hosts Merlin Rothfeld and John O‘Donnell talking about my discovery of the “lost papers” of Ludwig von Mises in a formerly secret KGB archive in Moscow, Russia, and about my new eBook, “Monetary Central Planning and the State.”

I discussed the fascinating adventure through which my wife, Anna, and I were able to gain access to that KGB archive and the subsequent publication of many of these “lost papers” in a three-volume series, “Selected Writings of Ludwig von Mises,” published by Liberty Fund of Indianapolis.

And I explained the importance of the Austrian theory of money, banking and the business cycle, as I present it in “Monetary Central Planning and the State,” for understanding the economic rollercoasters of inflationary booms and recessionary busts that have plagued America and the world during the last one hundred years.

The interview runs for about 30 minutes.


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