Recollections of F. A. Hayek from Ronald Hamowy, part of his essay “Rothbard and Hayek: A Personal Memory” collected in Walter Block’s I Choose Liberty: Autobiographies of Contemporary Libertarians:
“F.A. Hayek began his career at the University of Chicago in the fall of 1950, and during his tenure there he was associated with the Committee . . . → Read More: HOW TO MAKE HAYEK LAUGH — AND HOW TO MAKE HIM ANGRY
I really enjoyed this post from the Clare Spark Blog. From the posting:
“It is a revelation to compare David Riesman’s conception of American character in The Lonely Crowd (1950) and the possibility of individuality with that of Friedrich Hayek’s stubborn seeker after truth in The Road to Serfdom (1944). Riesman’s book (co-written with Nathan . . . → Read More: David Riesman vs Hayek on the individual
at about 4:20 in the opening moments of his 2010 IEA Hayek Lecture on immigration.
Charles Rowley on the unfolding tragedy — Intro, Part 1 and continuing.
Bruce Caldwell, “The Chicago School, Hayek & Neoliberalism” (pdf) draft, Feb. 1, 2009. From the paper:
Friedrich A. Hayek taught at the University of Chicago from the fall semester of 1950 through 1962, a period during which the second, or new, Chicago School of Economics was formed.
The question naturally arises: What was his role . . . → Read More: chicago: Bruce Caldwell on Hayek & the Formation of “The Chicago School” of Economics