Monday, July 18, 2011

Mark Brandly on the Political Economy of the Petroleum Industry

Another great interview on In Studio at the Ludwig von Mises Institute with Jeff Tucker. This time he interviews Mark Brandly who is a former oil man and current  professor of economics at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan. Brandly explains what's happening with gasoline prices, why petroleum prices are so high, and how our rulers in Washington, DC help create the problem. Enjoy this thought provoking and informative interview.

I have previously linked to the article referenced in the interview here.

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