HAYEK VS. HAYEK ON THE EFFICIENCY OF SPONTANEOUSLY ORDERED LAW

Michael Giberson on Buchanan vs. Stringham & Zywicki.

Video — law vs legislation

Don Boudreaux explains:

Elena Kagan & Class Analysis

Are you familiar with Friedrich Hayek, the practitioner of class analysis and ideological unmasking?  Hayek in The Constitution of Liberty pointed out that individuals who were merely organizational employees or bureaucrats and have never participated as constantly re-calibrating risk takers, entrepreneurial learners, and production re-arrangers would be individuals with a very different understanding of the . . . → Read More: Elena Kagan & Class Analysis

Hayek & Sable on Reason, Rules, Organization & Law

Amy J. Cohen,  “Governance Legalism: Hayek and Sabel on Reason and Rules, Organization and Law”.  From the abstract:

The field of new governance has generated passionate debate about the potential effects of its efforts to democratize political decision making through the bottom-up production of law. Some analysts suggest that new governance may reinforce neoliberal efforts . . . → Read More: Hayek & Sable on Reason, Rules, Organization & Law

college: Harvard Law Students Confront Hayek’s Critique of “Social Justice”

Final Report to the Office of Public Interest Advising and Program on the Legal Profession at Harvard University:

.. in Week 6, we read a chapter by Friedrich Hayek in which he presents a free market critique of the concept of “social” justice. Discussion for that week began with participants elaborating on their written critiques . . . → Read More: college: Harvard Law Students Confront Hayek’s Critique of “Social Justice”

law: Hayek & the “Many-Minds” Argument in Legal Theory

From Harvard Law professor Adrian Vermeule’s paper “Many-Minds Arguments in Legal Theory”:

B. Evolution and Hayek

In legal theory, evolutionary many-minds arguments are likely to focus either on Hayek or Burke, whose ideas on this subject overlap to some degree. I will focus on Hayek here, bringing Burke into the picture in the next section. . . . → Read More: law: Hayek & the “Many-Minds” Argument in Legal Theory

audio: Richard Epstein on the Rule of Law

Russ Roberts has a conversation with U. of Chicago Law professor Richard Epstein.  One of the brightest men in the country explains one of the most important problems in political economy.  Epstein takes on Barack Obama’s use of arbitary power between 44:30 and 46:30 in the audio.  Good stuff.

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The time to prevent the coming of a depression is the [artificial] boom. — F. A. Hayek

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