This group is for everyone curious about economics, regardless of previous knowledge.
There are various schools of economic thought, of which we find the Vienna School the most convincing, due to its predictive track record and elegant theory. It was founded by Carl Menger (group photo) and most prominently represented by Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich A. Hayek. Of course, critical questions and objections from any other perspective are always welcome.
A great introduction to the principles of sound economic thinking is given in the videos The Broken Windows Fallacy (here with Spanish subtitles) and I, Pencil. The best primer is Economics in One Lesson. You can learn more about the Vienna School and find more free ebooks, links and videos in our Pages section.