The socialist disaster in Venezuela reminds our guest, Carmen Dorobat, of her native Romania during its communist period. Plus, we discuss protectionism at the World Trade Organization and other economic topics.
About the Guest
Carmen Dorobat is an instructor in economics at Coventry University (U.K.), and a doctoral candidate at the University of Angers.
“Inflation, Shortages, and Social Democracy in Venezuela,” by Matt McCaffrey and Carmen Elena Dorobat
“The Socialist Sinking Ship: Then and Now,” by Carmen Elena Dorobat
“Bubble Unto Others,” by Carmen Elena Dorobat
“‘Foreign Policy and Domestic Policy Are But One System’: Mises on International Organizations and the World Trade Organization,” by Carmen Elena Dorobat
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Ep. 408 The Main Reason Socialism Can’t Work (Mateusz Machaj)
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Ep. 399 Lenin and the Russian Revolution: Institutionalized Insanity
Ep. 251 The Transition from Communism: The Case of Poland (Mateusz Machaj)
Ep. 133 The Last Soviet Defector? (Yuri Maltsev)
Ep. 91 No, Marx Was Wrong (Peter Klein)
Ep. 90 Was Marx Right? (Peter Klein)
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