18 Aug 2016

Sample “Liberty Classroom” Lecture on Bohm-Bawerk

Capital & Interest, Economics, Shameless Self-Promotion, Tom Woods 4 Comments

As 3 of you know, my doctoral dissertation focused on the work of Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk. I was thrilled to be able to devote three of my lectures in my course for Tom Woods’ “Liberty Classroom” to Bohm-Bawerk’s work. Partly because I think even Mises and Rothbard misunderstood what Bohm-Bawerk was saying, I decided this would be a good lecture to use as my sample.

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4 Responses to “Sample “Liberty Classroom” Lecture on Bohm-Bawerk”

  1. Jan Masek says:

    While I’ll probably buy because I’m a fan of both Murphy and Bohm-Bawerk, I still miss the good old interactive and live lectures and office hours (and even exams!) of the Mises Academy.

    • Grane Peer says:

      How many times on this blog as well as others do you think you have left comments pining for the Mises Academy when Liberty Classroom is mentioned? I’m not making any kind of argument I just think it’s funny that it happens enough that I noticed it.

      • Jan Masek says:

        It’s a small world of the Murphy and Woods blogs.. 🙂 Probably every time. I guess I haven’t had closure, it just disappeared without a word of explanation. Was it not making money? Did not enough students sign up? Did Danny Sanchez move overseas and there was nobody to replace him? While Liberty Classroom is cool, it’s really essentially “just” audio books with slides, in my opinion.

  2. Transformer says:

    I don’t think you should have that drawn that fake beard on such a respected economist

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