Austrian Institute of Economics and Social Philosophy

What Comes after the Coronavirus Crisis – More Socialism or More Capitalism?

Statism is on the rise. Old leftist demands are now given even more credence than usual. How can classical liberals and capitalists counter this statist impulse?
by Martin Rhonheimer
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The Coronavirus Crisis Shines Light on the Debt Spiral

There are alternatives to this artificial system of the last 70 years, and there are ways that we can better incentivize saving, which will create not only more productivity but more robustness.
By Beat Kappeler
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Coronavirus Crisis: The Potential Harm of Damage Compensation

We could be facing the biggest economic crisis of all time. Will politicians be able to learn the lessons from this and use the crisis as an opportunity for a new beginning in economic and public health policy?
by Rahim Taghizadegan
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The Alternate Universe of Anti-Capitalist Coronavirus Experts

In the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic, during which the state is now called upon to protect the population and keep economic life going, anti-capitalist recriminations are once again spreading.
by Stefan Beig
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Highlights from the Web

The media makes is look like Trump is proposing lots of spending cuts. That would be great news … if it was true. In fact, the debt is increasing.11. February 2020
Many intellectuals are offended by the idea of capitalism. Rainer Zitelmann explains, why they feel more in tune with an artificially planned economic order.30. January 2020
The developments in China over the past four decades demonstrate: "The rich don't get rich at the expense of the poor." By Rainer Zittelmann in Forbes.21. January 2020

Erhard's insight that a market economy generates a fair real wage seems to have become increasingly overruled in the European Monetary Union, writes Gunther Schnabl in the Cato Journal.

15. January 2020
Chile's Economic Model Is a Success Story in Crisis-Prone South America. The root causes of Chile’s ongoing protests are still being hotly debated. 12. December 2019
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