Wednesday, August 21st, 2019

The word over time became corrupted, and still is to a great extent, by people who try to enlist their pet cause in the idea. But nothing can take away that great first principle of liberalism: that society can manage itself to bringing dignity to the lives of individuals and communities without overlords scripting and planning.

Friday, August 9th, 2019

Outdated intellectual property (IP) laws severely restrict the production of books and material that should be easily accessible to the public.

Friday, July 26th, 2019

Apparently nobody, not even the Gray Lady, rigorously fact checks anymore. Or is it that only books reviewed in a few elite outlets count and none happen to critique finance from the non-left? Heck, I can almost hear the editors ask themselves: Only people on the left write the right kind of books, right?

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Financial Exclusion is my nineteenth book and the vetting, editing, and publishing processes with AIER far surpassed those of the commercial and university presses I have published with previously.

Tuesday, May 14th, 2019

The institutional setting in which human relationships become real in our lives is the market. The moral aesthetic of the market is lovely. It fosters love. It needs love.

Tuesday, April 9th, 2019

The conceptual breakdown of revolution/counterrevolution is vastly better than any modern typology that too often distracts from the key issue: the place of power in our lives.

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

The urge to censor is the tribute that government pays to the power of ideas.

Sunday, November 25th, 2018

Harwood could not remain silent and still call himself a man of honor. He established AIER in response, an institution dedicated to the fight for integrity, sound money, and free markets. The confrontations with Washington continued over the decades.

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

By making these lost Spooner treatises available again after more than a century in seclusion, it is my hope that they will both further our historical understanding of the time in which they were written and offer relevant insights to the evolution of economic ideas in the present day.

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

This remarkable book was published in 1932. E.C. Harwood’s ideas about inflation and the business cycle have relevance for our knowledge and for policy discussions today.

Monday, November 22nd, 1954

Research Reports - 11/22/1954


Monday, October 11th, 1954

Research Reports - 10/11/1954

Book Review Economics, An Introductory Analysis by Paul A. Samuelson

Monday, September 13th, 1954

Research Reports - 09/13/1954

Human Action, A Treatise on Economics, by Ludwig von Mises

Monday, April 26th, 1954

Research Reports - 04/26/1954

The Frontiers of Economic Knowledge by Arthur F. Burns

Economic Anthropology by Melville J. Herskovits

Housing Market Behavior in a Declining Area by Leo Grebler

Monday, November 23rd, 1953

Research Reports - 11/23/1953

Monday, September 25th, 1950

Research Reports - 09/25/1950

Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt

Five Lectures on Economic Problems by George J. Stigler

Economic History of the Unites States (2nd ed.) by Chester W. Wright

Monday, February 13th, 1950

Research Reports - 02/13/1950

Monday, December 11th, 1939

Research Reports - 12/11/1939

Financial Questions in United States Foreign Policy, by James W. Gantenbein

Statistical Testing of Business Cycle Theories, by J. Tinbergen

Casebook in American Business History, N. S. B. Gras and H. M. Larson