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- Jörg Guido Hülsmann is the author of a biography on Ludwig von Mises, entitled The Last Knight of Liberalism.
- Frederic Bastiat's "parable of the broken window" is a clear example of the law of unintended consequences, and demolishes the argument that destruction of property leads to economic growth.
- The Mises Academy, founded 2010, is the online teaching service of the Mises Institute.
- The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics's mission is "to promote the development and extension of Austrian economics and to promote the analysis of contemporary issues in the mainstream of economics from an Austrian perspective."
- 'Regime uncertainty' is a factor behind the continuing drag on economic growth in the United States.
- Intellectual property is property in ideas or patterns. Intellectual property laws are a grant of legal privilege to originators of ideas, giving them a legal right to initiate force against anyone making use of the idea without the permission.
- Bitcoin is an open source peer-to-peer electronic cash system with no central server or trusted parties. Users hold the cryptographic keys to their own money and transact directly with each other, with the help of the network to check for double-spending.
- Stefan Molyneux is a Canadian philosopher, blogger, essayist, author, and host of the Freedomain Radio series of podcasts, living in Mississauga, Canada.
- The Hayekian triangle is a depiction of all spending in an economy, specifically showing the time-structure of production and consumption.
- Samuel Edward Konkin III was a pioneer of agorism and editor of numerous libertarian periodicals.
- The Economics of Prohibition, by Mark Thornton, is a 1991 book describing the negative economic consequences of various kinds of prohibition.
- The American Civil War was a four-year sectional conflict in which eleven Southern states attempted to secede from the United States.
- Severe inflation in the Weimar Republic occurred in 1921 to 1923 – one of the worst hyperinflations in history.
- An Essay on Economic Theory by Richard Cantillon is an early work in political economy that influenced David Hume and Adam Smith.
- The Nullification Proclamation, written by Edward Livingston, argues against nullification and secession during the nullification crisis of the 1830s.
- The European Union is a group, originally formed in 1993, of 27 countries. Of them, 16 use the euro and thus belong to the eurozone.
- Robert Nozick's work Anarchy, State, and Utopia increased the credibility of libertarian philosophy in the 1970s.
- Occupational licensing laws affect as much as a third of the workforce in the United States.
- Inflation in Nazi Germany was less severe than that of the Weimar Republic.
- Practical Anarchy, by Stefan Molyneux, answers objections to anarchy and imagines what a society free of government might look like.
- David Ricardo was an important English economist, contributing ideas on comparative advantage and Ricardian Equivalence.