Mises Institute: Economics of Fascism

Conférence du Mises institute sur l’économie fasciste.

Sujets et conférenciers:

  1. Katrina and Socialist Central Planning – Lew Rockwell
  2. Why Nazism Was Socialism and Why Socialism is Totalitarian – George Reisman
  3. Fascism, Anti-Fascism, and the Welfare State – Paul Gottfried
  4. Socialism and Fascism: A Political-Economic Spectrum Analysis – Walter Block
  5. The Austrians on Fascism: Hayek, Mises, and Roepke – David Gordon
  6. The Economic Doctrine of the Nazis – Hans-Hermann Hoppe
  7. The 19th-Century Libertarian Critique of Fascism – Roderick T. Long
  8. Mises.org vs. The State – Jeffrey Tucker
  9. The Economic Model of the Fascist State – Thomas DiLorenzo
  10. The Right and the ‘Fuhrerprinzip’ – Thomas Woods
  11. The New Vampire Economy: Banks and the Socialization of Investment – Jeffrey M. Herbener
  12. The Dynamics of Fascism: Variations on a Theme by Mises – Jörg Guido Hülsmann
  13. Quasi-Corporatism: America’s Home-Grown Fascism – Robert Higgs
  14. The Cry for Security – Robert P. Murphy
  15. Thoughts on Fascism – Ralph Raico
  16. The Keynesian and Chicago Schools’ Early Infatuation with Fascism – Joseph T. Salerno
  17. The Business Class vs. The Free Market – Butler Shaffer