Redmond is the director of the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada.
Recorded April 10th, 2012 The Mises Institute of Canada is the centre for the study of the Austrian School of Economics in Canada. http://www.mises.ca/ Laissez-Faire Books has been publishing and distributing books on liberty, with a focus on economics
Jonathan Catalan in Toronto at the LvMIC and ILS Circle: Monetary Policy in the 21st Century, the Austrian Perspective, October 22nd, 2011. Redmond is the director of the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada.
Danny Leroy of Lethbridge University speaks at the Mises Canada Circle: Liberty and Oil, Foundations of Modern Civilization. The talk is entitled â€œEconomics of Oil and Gas Legislation in Albertaâ€ Recorded Saturday September 10th, 2011 in Calgary, Alberta. Redmond
Bob Murphy speaks on Canada And Energy Freedom with Bob Murphy at the Mises Canada Circle: Liberty and Oil, Foundations of Modern Civilization. Recorded Saturday September 10th, 2011 in Calgary, Alberta Redmond is the director of the Ludwig von Mises
Dorian Electra‘sÂ sequel to “I’m in Love with Friedrich Hayek!” [youtube_sc url=http://youtu.be/gsd49ygP1bw] More Adventures in Economics! The sequel to “I’m in Love with Friedrich Hayek!” Original song by Dorian Electra Instrumental Track by Will Schorre Directed by Christopher Minor and
Who is TDV The Dollar Vigilante (TDV) is a joint-venture publication founded by two respected free-market speakers and analysts in the financial sector, Jeff Berwick and Ed Bugos.Â Both Jeff and Ed consider themselves financial freedom fighters and have written
Chris Horlacher of Maple Leaf Metals makes the case for gold’s long history of preserving individuals wealth in the face of government’s constant desire to inflate the fiat money supply. Recorded on Ludwig von Mises Birthday, September 29th, 2011. Redmond
Socialism’s Legacy – Alan Charles Kors from Clemson Institute on Vimeo. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, many optimists claimed that the world was now somehow “after socialism.” There are reasons, howeverâ€”structural, political, moral, and intellectualâ€”why the
Niels Veldhuis, Director of Fiscal Studies at the Fraser Institute, gave this lecture on Friday January 21st at the Institute for Liberal Studies seminar: From the Great Depression to the Great Recession: How Should Governments Respond to Crisis? Niels’ lecture