Archive for Lara-Murphy Show

And Miles to Go Before I Sleep

I have been the Indiana Jones of economics lately (picture the map showing Indy as a moving red line). I know there are at least 3 of you who only know about my new podcast episodes and articles by checking here, so let me bring you up to speed: ==> On the Lara-Murphy Show, I […]

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Lara-Murphy Show Ep. 69

This was one of the best episodes (in my opinion) of the entire podcast. I explain the yield curve inversion from an Austrian perspective, and Carlos explains why a business owner who wants to implement IBC should retain personal ownership of the policy (rather than having the company own it).

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IBC and the Business Owner, Part 1 of 3

I start a new series on our podcast with Carlos.

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Lara-Murphy Show episode 66: Getting in the Minds of Fed Officials

Carlos and I think like central bankers in this one…

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Lara-Murphy Show Ep. 65

This was a deep(er) dive into IBC mechanics, in response to a friendly wager submitted by two listeners. Specifically: The controversy concerns two apparently conflicting goals: On the one hand, Nelson Nash says in BYOB that you should pay more against your policy loans than the insurance company requires, effectively buying more paid-up life insurance. […]

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Why Is the Stock Market So Shaky?

The latest Lara-Murphy Show episode.

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Keeping Up With the Murphys

I am not sure how backlogged I am, so I’ll err on the side of posting some repeats: ==> Contra Krugman episodes 155, 156, 157, and 158. ==> Lara-Murphy Show episode 63 (“Why Learn Austrian Economics?”). ==> And my latest at mises.org: A collection of Krugman Kontradictions! Fun for the whole family.

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Murphy Twin Spin Podcasts

==> I talk about climate change policy on a Woodsless Contra Krugman. ==> Carlos and I talk about Trump’s playbook for the economy in the latest Lara-Murphy Show.

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