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    Mises University 2021 LIVE STREAMS / VIDEO / AUDIO (SUN July 18 - SAT July 24)

    NOTE: This year, Mises University won't be live-streamed on YouTube. Instead, the live streams will be carried by Odysee.

    Also, a single URL will serve for all the streams. In other words, there won't be a separate URL for each live-streamed presentation, either.

    Here is the link for the live stream at Odysee: Mises University Live!

    However, I expect that video recordings of the live-streamed presentations will be uploaded to YouTube as well as Odysee. I will try to update this thread as those become available - but Odysee videos don't currently embed at RPFs, so I will have to embed the YouTube uploads instead (I will also try to include a link to each Odysee upload as well). As usual, links to any corresponding audio (or slide) files will be added to the charts below as they become available.


    Mises University 2021 LIVE STREAMS / VIDEOS / AUDIO

    SCHEDULE OF LIVE STREAMS (all times Central Daylight Time)

    Source: Mises University 2021 Schedule (PDF)

    SUNDAY: 18 JULY 2021
    TIME (CDT) SPEAKER TITLE VIDEO AUDIO SLIDES
    7:00 PM Tho Bishop
    Jeff Deist
    Joseph Salerno
    Welcome and Opening Remarks POST #3 MP3 N/A

    MONDAY: 19 JULY 2021
    TIME (CDT) SPEAKER TITLE VIDEO AUDIO SLIDES
    9:00 AM Joseph Salerno The Birth of the Austrian School POST #4 MP3 PPTX
    10:00 AM Jeffrey Herbener Subjective Value and Market Prices POST #5 MP3 PPTX
    11:00 AM Peter Klein Entrepreneurship POST #6 MP3 PPTX
    1:00 PM Shawn Ritenour The Division of Labor and Social Order POST #7 MP3 PPTX
    2:00 PM Sandra Klein Money POST #8 MP3 PPTX
    3:00 PM Patrick Newman Banking POST #9 MP3 PPTX
    4:00 PM Patrick Newman Austrian Capital Theory POST #10 MP3 PPTX
    5:00 PM Jeffrey Herbener
    Peter Klein
    Sandra Klein
    Shawn Ritenour
    panel discussion POST #11 MP3 N/A
    6:30 PM Andrew Napolitano An Evening with Judge Andrew P. Napolitano POST #32 MP3 N/A

    TUESDAY: 20 JULY 2021
    TIME (CDT) SPEAKER TITLE VIDEO AUDIO SLIDES
    9:00 AM David Gordon Praxeology: The Method of Economics POST #12 MP3 PPTX
    10:00 AM Joseph Salerno Calculation and Socialism POST #13 MP3 PPTX
    11:00 AM Jeffrey Herbener The Theory of Interest POST #14 MP3 PPTX
    1:00 PM Peter Klein Competition and Monopoly POST #15 MP3 PPTX
    2:00 PM Per Bylund Austrian Economics in Business POST #16 MP3 PPTX
    3:00 PM Jonathan Newman The Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle POST #17 MP3 PPTX
    4:00 PM Mark Thornton Prohibition and Legalization: The Way Forward POST #18 MP3 PPTX
    5:00 PM Per Bylund
    David Gordon
    Jeffrey Herbener
    Peter Klein
    Jonathan Newman
    Joseph Salerno
    Mark Thornton
    panel discussion POST #19 MP3 N/A

    WEDNESDAY: 21 JULY 2021
    TIME (CDT) SPEAKER TITLE VIDEO AUDIO SLIDES
    9:00 AM Thomas DiLorenzo Mises's Theory of Socialist Destructionism: The American Reality POST #22 MP3 N/A
    10:00 PM Timothy Terrell Government Land Ownership and Management POST #23 MP3 PPTX
    11:00 AM Peter Klein The Economics of Big Tech POST #24 MP3 PPTX
    1:00 PM Shawn Ritenour Growth Theory: Two Views POST #25 MP3 PPTX
    2:00 PM Lucas Engelhardt Modern Monetary Theory POST #26 MP3 N/A
    3:00 PM Jonathan Newman Austrian Alternatives to Conventional Economic Statistics POST #27 MP3 PPTX
    4:00 PM David Gordon The Political Philosophy of Hans Hoppe POST #31 MP3 PPTX
    5:00 PM Thomas DiLorenzo
    Lucas Engelhardt
    David Gordon
    Peter Klein
    Jonathan Newman
    Shawn Ritenour
    Timothy Terrell
    panel discussion POST #28 MP3 N/A

    THURSDAY: 22 JULY 2021
    TIME (CDT) SPEAKER TITLE VIDEO AUDIO SLIDES
    9:00 AM Robert Murphy Bidenomics POST #33 MP3 PPTX
    10:00 AM Thomas DiLorenzo The Curse of Economic Nationalism POST #34 MP3 N/A
    11:00 AM Timothy Terrell Markets and Medical Care POST #35 MP3 PPTX
    1:00 PM Lucas Engelhardt Minimum Wage POST #36 MP3 N/A
    2:00 PM Per Bylund The Seen, the Unseen, and the Unrealized POST #37 MP3 N/A
    3:00 PM Thomas DiLorenzo The Great Nonsense of the Great Reset POST #38 MP3 N/A
    4:00 PM Robert Murphy Understanding Money Mechanics POST #39 MP3 PPTX

    FRIDAY: 23 JULY 2021
    TIME (CDT) SPEAKER TITLE VIDEO AUDIO SLIDES
    9:00 AM Patrick Newman Cronyism: Liberty versus Power in America, 1607-1894 POST #42 MP3 PPTX
    10:00 AM Timothy Terrell Higher Education in Crisis POST #43 MP3 PPTX
    11:00 AM Ryan McMaken Political Decentralization as a Road to Anarcho-Capitalism POST #44 MP3 N/A
    1:00 PM Lucas Engelhardt Business Cycles and Skyscrapers POST #45 MP3 N/A
    2:00 PM Patrick Newman Progressives: Then and Now POST #46 MP3 N/A
    3:00 PM Lucas Engelhardt
    David Gordon
    Jeffrey Herbener
    Peter Klein
    Jonathan Newman
    Shawn Ritenour
    Joseph Salerno
    Faculty Panel: Theory and Method POST #48 MP3 N/A
    3:45 PM Per Bylund
    Thomas DiLorenzo
    Sandra Klein
    Patrick Newman
    Timothy Terrell
    Mark Thornton
    Faculty Panel: Policy and History POST #49 MP3 N/A

    SATURDAY: 24 JULY 2021
    TIME (CDT) SPEAKER TITLE VIDEO AUDIO SLIDES
    NOON Ryan McMaken We're in the Middle of a Long War with the State POST #47 MP3 N/A
    12:45 PM Joseph Becker
    Felicia Jones
    Karras Lambert
    David McClain
    Mises Institute Graduate Program and Research Fellowship Panel POST #50 MP3 N/A
    1:30 PM Tho Bishop The Case for Economic Populism POST #51 MP3 N/A
    2:30 PM Hunter Hastings Your Purpose: Creating a Career N/A N/A N/A
    3:00 PM Jeff Deist
    Steven Phelan
    Human Action Podcast: Startup Stories POST #52 MP3 N/A
    3:30 PM Closing Remarks and Awards Ceremony N/A N/A N/A
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    Welcome to Mises University 2021!
    Welcome and opening remarks by Tho Bishop, Joseph Salerno, and Jeff Deist.
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/welcome-...ersity-2021!:d
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwwkvYTwYXM
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    Faculty Panel | Mises University
    Featuring Peter Klein, Sandra Klein, Shawn Ritenour, and Jeffrey Herbener.
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/faculty-...s-university:5
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abfFS55Qq24
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    Faculty Panel | Mises University
    Featuring Peter Klein, Per Bylund, David Gordon, Jonathan Newman, Jeffrey Herbener, Mark Thornton, and Joseph Salerno.
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/faculty-...university-2:f
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BLBdjLwsV8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    The Birth of the Austrian School | Joseph T. Salerno
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/the-birt...ian-school-7:1
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pkPZRsNInA
    Watched.

    Recommended, highly...
    = John 6:38,39

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Praxeology: The Method of Economics | David Gordon
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/praxeolo...-economics-6:3
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-GF13hQuto
    Watched. Recommended.
    = John 6:38,39

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    Mises's Theory of Socialist Destructionism: The American Reality | Thomas J. DiLorenzo
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/mises's-...of-socialist:b
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPmTScZ7_sk

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    Austrian Alternatives to Conventional Economic Statistics | Jonathan Newman
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/austrian...nventional-2:e
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvengR9Gf68

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    Faculty Panel | Mises University
    Featuring Peter Klein, David Gordon, Jonathan Newman, Lucas Engelhardt, Thomas DiLorenzo, Shawn Ritenour, and Timothy Terrell.
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/faculty-...university-3:a
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1bCIr3FPQQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Mises's Theory of Socialist Destructionism: The American Reality | Thomas J. DiLorenzo
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/mises's-...of-socialist:b
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPmTScZ7_sk
    Watched. This is a MUST WATCH.

    Mises was writing about Antifa/BLM 100 years ago. In this talk, DiLorenzo sketches out the entire global Marxist strategy with specific names, details and facts.

    This is the real information!!
    = John 6:38,39

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Modern Monetary Theory | Lucas M. Engelhardt
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@mises:1/modern-m...ory-lucas-m.:8
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WB54zgQaI2o
    Engelhardt is a roundabout speaker. A forthright statement of his point: debt is not money, nor can it be money apart from the intervention of the State.

    Why is debt not money? To start with, absolutely no one would have confused debt and money before about 150 years ago. And even after Marxist academics began corrupting the scholarly understanding of money and economics, any John Q. Public on the street would have immediately known the difference between debt and money until at least 50 years ago when the dollar's last tie to gold was cut by Nixon in 1971. But perhaps pre-Marxist people were just confused about money and we needed modern Marxism to straighten us out...

    The Austrian account of the emergence of money from barter[1] is not necessarily a historical argument. Engelhardt briefly mentions this account of money but says nothing further about it. But it's important to emphasize that the emergence of money from barter is a notional argument, meaning, it's an argument that stands even if it is a historical fiction. "Suppose there was a time when there was no money and humans solely engaged in barter... in that case, this is how money (must have) eventually emerged even from that condition." So even if there has never been a time that humans did not use something as money, the Austrian account of the emergence of money from barter is a sound argument. In that case, it's a reductio ad absurdum, because even if you start with a society without a money commodity, very quickly, you have a society that is using a money commodity.

    Debt lacks almost all of the properties that we now recognize are key to the emergence of a money commodity from barter. Debt is not fungible because every debtor is unique. Debt is not divisible because each debt is an indivisible "legal claim" against the debtor. Debt is not durable because debtors can die, become disabled or destitute or go into default. The liquidity of debt is subject to extreme fluctuations based on legal and political uncertainty because the collection of debt instruments is logically dependent on their enforceability in court -- if your country is taken over by socialists and these socialists declare "all debts are hereby dissolved", then all those IOUs in your vault have become completely worthless overnight.

    So the idea that debt is money or even could be money (apart from the say-so of the State) is ludicrous. If anything, debt is an illusion. Combined with the multiplication of corporate entities that can hold debt, debt can be manufactured without limit. Debt-as-money creates a kind of "fully privatized central bank" (operated by the commercial banking system) and this results in unbounded inflation as anyone who can create a corporation and take on debt in the name of that corporation is thereby able to print their own money[2].

    Money is the most saleable good, and it is used as the primary medium of exchange. You can invent creative, postmodern definitions of money to your heart's content, but these definitions cannot change what money is, any more than creative, postmodern definitions of gravity can change what gravity is. You can leap over the cliff with firm faith that your definition of gravity is true and the "outdated, obsolete" definition of gravity is false, but the outcome will be the same, no matter what thoughts and feelings are passing through your mind as you fall to your death.

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    [1] - Short version: Imagine a pre-money society in which people exclusively barter goods they have for goods they need. One fur skin for two baskets of fish. And so on. Among the goods that are traded, some are more easily traded than others (less waiting time is required in order to find someone who wants to trade for that good). These goods are called liquid goods. As a small set of liquid goods emerges, people will begin to recognize that some of those goods have an additional use-value because of their high liquidity. So you will have a "convergence" on demand for one or a few such goods, and these goods will become money. The properties of these goods are not completely arbitrary but are quite logically connected to their usefulness as a monetary good (durability, fungibility, scarcity, and so on).

    [2] - Our current monetary system still has the Fed at the center of this scheme so debt cannot be created beyond what the Fed allows. However, creating lots of corporate debt is basically how you open a no-limit credit card with the Fed. And now that we have QE-forever, they are printing up unlimited debt/"cash" for anyone willing to open a line of credit with them...
    = John 6:38,39

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