June 29, 2022

Groping in the Dark

This year, Ludwig von Mises’ Socialism turns 100 years old. Pandemic policies went beyond ordinary collectivism in utterly suppressing rather than seizing industries. We now face costly delays, shortages, and rising prices; this is what Mises’ “groping in the dark” looks like.

Harwood Economic Review

Table of Contents

The Misuse of Knowledge in Society: Intervention Means Prices are Lying
Art Carden

The Costly but Deliberate U.S. Labor Shortage
Richard M. Salsman

An Armor Conspired: the Global Shipping Freeze
Peter C. Earle

The Curse of Resources, Coups, and Business
Todd Myers

Monetary Inflation’s Game of Hide-and-Seek
Richard M. Ebeling


This article, Groping in the Dark, was originally published by the American Institute for Economic Research and appears here with permission. Please support their efforts.