Hayek on Keynes — 1978
Hayek on Keynes — 1983
Roger Garrison – Hayek and Keynes Head to Head
Roger Garrison — Hayek v. Keynes
See also Roger Garrison’s PowerPoint presentation: Hayek vs Keynes — Head-to-Head
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“In view of the apparently widespread impression that the influence of liquidity considerations on the rate of interest is a new discovery, the present author may perhaps be excused for pointing out that more than ten years ago he described cyclical fluctuations as largely due to the fact that the rate of interest is in . . . → Read More: Hayek on the Role of Money Liquidity … Another Idea Keynes Did _Not_ Originate
The Hayek vs Keynes L.S.E./BBC debate featuring George Selgin & Robert Skidelsky will be broadcast today at 3 p.m. Eastern, 12 noon Pacific, and at 8 p.m. in Britain — go here and click on the “Listen” button for the broadcast to listen live, or download here later after the broadcast has appeared.
George Selgin’s case for Hayek & Robert Skidelsky’s case for Keynes — from last week’s L.S.E. / BBCRadio4 debate.
Hayek was a close student of the economic of John Maynard Keynes — he was, after all, the one who made the “General Theory” necessary after his seismic detonation of Keynes’ earlier “Treatise”. So what did this master economist — one of the all time leading students of economic thought — what was his considered . . . → Read More: Hayek on John Maynard Keynes & the Keynesian Economists
INTRO: John Maynard Keynes. F. A. Hayek Round Two. Round 2.0 Same economists. Same beliefs. New microphones. New Mustaches. Let’s go. Let’s go. Let’s go.
Here we are. Peace out. Great Recession. Thanks to ME. As you see. We’re not in a depression. Recovery. Destiny. If you follow my lesson. More Keynes. . . . → Read More: VIDEO & LYRICS — “Fight of the Century” Hayek vs. Keynes Rap Round 2
Steve Horwitz, “Contrasting Conceptions of Capital: Yet Another Look at the Hayek-Keynes Debate”.
Although much of the debate between Hayek and Keynes is today portrayed in terms of policy differences, those are not the most fundamental divisions between their conceptions of economics. I argue that their economics diverges most significantly in how they understand . . . → Read More: ARTICLE: Horwitz Explains Hayek vs Keynes on Production Goods & Investment
Counting multiple translations, the Hayek vs. Keynes “Fear the Boom and Bust” rap is well beyond 2,000,000 views on YouTube. Here’s the original English version.
Arnold Kling looks under the hood.
UPDATE: Don Boudreaux on the same topic.