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If you do choose this option, though, don’t forget that each of the individual lecture pages, which this option now allows you to bypass, has links to recommended readings, Power Points, and things of that nature, so be sure you don’t miss those.

Our Austrian Economics Course Is Here!

Remember the course in Austrian economics we promised you? It’s here ahead of schedule! Check out our Courses page.

That means the benefits of membership at Liberty Classroom now include:

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  • discussion forums where you can interact with other members and ask questions of faculty
  • recommended (and reliable) readings to accompany every lecture
  • all lectures available in video or audio format, according to your preference
  • still more material to be added in the future
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If you haven’t already, join us today! And members: we’ll be having a live Q&A with Professor Herbener, who teaches our brand new Austrian economics course, on June 20, so save the date!

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Live Video Q&A Open to the Public, with Woods and Gutzman!

Kevin Gutzman and I will be participating in a live video Q&A tonight — not here at Liberty Classroom, but over at, at 9:30pm ET. I hope you can join us!

And if you missed the announcement of our upcoming course in Austrian economics, click here and check it out. It will be available for download for members very soon.

A Sneak Peek at Our Austrian Economics Course

Jeff Herbener, chairman of the economics department at Grove City College and a senior fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, has just completed his course on Austrian economics for us! It’ll be up on the site by next month, along with recommended readings to accompany each lecture (as we have with all our courses). Here’s how the course is organized:

I. Scope and Method of Economics

Method of Economics
Scope of Economics: Human Action

II. Laws of Personal Action

Implications of Human Action
Laws of Utility
The Law of Returns
Capital Formation

III. Laws of Voluntary, Interpersonal Action

Voluntary Exchange
The Division of Labor
The Unhampered Market Economy
Prices of Consumer Goods
Prices of Producer Goods
Economic Calculation
Profit and Production Decisions
Equity and Investment Decisions
The Capital Structure
Competition and Monopoly
The Time Market: The Rate of Interest
Income: Sources and Disbursements
The Money Market: The Purchasing Power of Money
Bond Markets
Stock Markets
Economic Progress

IV. Laws of Involuntary, Interpersonal Action

Booms and Busts
Money and Banking
Monetary Policy: Monetary Inflation and Credit Expansion
The Business Cycle
Fiscal Policy
Interventionism: Price Controls
Interventionism: Product Controls
The Mixed Economy
The Command Economy: Socialism and Fascism

I have known Professor Herbener for nearly 20 years. He is one of the most knowledgeable Austrian economists we have. I would give my right arm to study under him, which is why I was so thrilled when he agreed to come on board with us.

In the meantime, check out this great interview with Professor Herbener.

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