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October 25, 2011, 04:52:25 PM
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So there's an economics StackExchange site currently in private beta and I must say it's absolutely overwhelmed by Keynesians. Even daring to mention Austrian concepts leads to lovely chats like this one:

http://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/1610/discussion-between-david-perry-and-chad

Now I'm not economist enough to argue every point a (possibly?) professional economist wants to bring up, but I am a big believer in the Austrian ideals and I know there are folks here who can argue all those points. For now all I have to offer is a chat room for debate, but once econ.SE goes into public beta, I think we should all head over and make sure that the Austrian viewpoint doesn't get absolutely trampled. I'd like econ.SE to represent a fair multi-sided debate between the varying schools, unfortunately that's not currently the case.

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October 25, 2011, 07:38:45 PM
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And speak of the devil... I say we should hit it when it goes public and a few hours later... It does  Grin
http://economics.stackexchange.com/ is now in public beta folks!

Oh, and feel free to upvote all my questions and answers! GO FORTH MY SOCK PUPPET ARMY!!!

Actually, no, I'm a mod on the Bitcoin SE so that might look bad..... Do bring some intellectual discussion to these boards though. They're in sore need of differing opinions, especially where those opinions are more (formally) educated than mine.

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