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Our Economics Professor Explains QE3

Watch Prof. Herbener explain what the Fed is doing in this brief video.

And be sure to join us tomorrow night, September 18, at 9pm ET for a live 90-minute Q&A session with Prof. Herbener! Get your questions on economics answered, or just watch and learn.

Ask an Austrian Economist Anything

The date for our next 90-minute live session is set: Tuesday, September 18, at 9:00pm. I’ll be joined by Jeff Herbener, our economics professor. Here’s your chance to get that confusion cleared up, that nagging question answered. Join the session at that time by clicking on “Live Sessions” at the top of the page. You must be logged in.

In the meantime, here’s Prof. Herbener on how he discovered the free-market Austrian School of economics, and how it changed his career forever.

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What Time Do You Prefer for the Live Sessions?

In September we’ll be featuring our economist, Jeffrey Herbener, who will take your questions live for 90 minutes. But what time do people prefer? I have to give preference to members in the Americas and Canada, since that’s where the bulk of our membership comes from, but is there a time or even a day of the week that works best? I realize everyone will have a separate opinion, but if I see a pattern forming in the responses I’ll certainly take note of it.

These sessions are a great opportunity to interact with other members (in the chat box) and with our faculty (via the Ask a Question button). I’ll be announcing the date of our September session soon. For now, please let me know what time you prefer!

Live Session Tonight, August 16

Tonight we’re having a 90-minute live Q&A session with Tom Woods, Brion McClanahan, and Kevin Gutzman, our three U.S. historians. Join us at 8pm ET! You can click “Live Sessions” at the top of the page, or enter directly here. (You will need to be logged in.)

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