I’ve been reading about economics for a couple of years now. What I’ve found is that there’s a lot of pseudo knowledge. There’s also one overlooked, old, sensible school of thought called Austrian economics (because it was founded by Austrians on the late 19th and early 20th century). This school understands, explains and promotes the expansion of liberty in economics.
I’m wondering if anyone else here is familiar with this? I think that every economic consideration with regards to safecoin should be inspected through the lens of Austrian economics.
A few things that Austrians advocate: abolishing central banking, an end to government intervention in economic affairs, competing free market currencies.
The Austrians have been much maligned because they wouldn’t accommodate their views to special interests and stick to their rational understanding of the market, which unlike mainstream economics is not hidden behind mathematical formulas.
To me this seems like the perfect fit.