Mises Institute

  1. Middle-of-the-Road Policy: Lessons from Argentina and Venezuela

    Although his main work was dedicated to a critique of socialism, Ludwig von Mises paid much attention to the analysis of what is known as the “mixed economy,” the “middle-of-the-road policy,” or “interventionism.” In Mises’s eyes, interventionism faced two main difficulties. On the one hand, interventionists could often them...
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  2. Argentina’s Politicians Should Read Mises

    Two years ago, a few days after the victory of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in Argentina’s presidential election, the government decided to impose a new system of foreign exchange controls that the press called “the cepo.” Initially started as an effort to crack down on tax evasion, it became clear later that the new measures were...
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