Video set of New Austrian Economics

I have finally completed rendering and preparing the videos we took of the first session of The School of New Austrian Economics, presented by Professor Antal Fekete, in Budapest. The videos (18 DVD long!) are a complete record of the Augus school session, and feature Sandeep Jaitly from the UK, Peter Coppenole from Belgium and myself as assistant presenters.

The videos are full of amazing new insights from the Professor, as well as more earthy explanations and examples by the assistants. If you are interested in keeping up  to speed with the latest developments in economics theory, this video set is for you.

The cost of attending the Budapest session was 1,000 Eu, plus travel expense, accommodations, etc. The videos retail for only Eu500… a real bargain. If you are an attendee of any of the GSI events, the GSU events, or a member in good standing of The Gold Standard Institute, you are entitled to a substantial discount.

Contact me or TGSI if you are interested in purchasing a set

About Rudy Fritsch

I was born in Hungary in 1947, and fled Socialist tyranny during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. My family had lived through WWII and the consequent Hungarian hyperinflation, thus I have intimate experience with financial destruction. My Dad used Gold to buy our way out of Hungary. Paper money was as good as toilet paper. Later in life, during my studies of Austrian economics, I came to realize that only Gold could solve the Global Financial Crisis (which should be called the Global Monetary Crisis), just as Gold solved our otherwise insoluble problem of getting out of Communist Hungary.
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