It’s not me, according to the 25-question economics quiz given at the Mises Institute. I only scored 96/100. However, I must say that I take serious exception to what is given as the Austrian position on a particular question; to be more precise, I assert that the official Mises Institute position on the subject is incorrect both empirically and in light of properly applied Austrian logic.
So, let me know how you did and bonus credit for anyone who can identify the question to which I am referring and explain why I would take exception to the official “Austrian” position on the matter. If you don’t understand a question, then simply skip it and go on, as the score awarded is cumulative and is less indicative of ideological identification than of a basic understanding of Austrian economics.