Monthly Archives: May 2009
Worth your time.
Larry Elliott, economics editor of the Guardian, takes a look at the economics profession and sees a professoriate detached from reality and incapable of fielding an “Fantasy Football” team of living All-Stars to fill out a modern “TEAM KEYNES” or … Continue reading
The Mises Institute has made a free PDF edition of F. A. Hayek’s book Individualism and Economic Order available for download here. The collection includes some of the most influential articles every written in economics. Table of Contents: 1. Individualism: … Continue reading
Leftist are being dishonest in their attacks on the legacy of Milton Friedman, but Stephen Moore just has the facts wrong when it comes to Milton Friedman and Federal Reserve monetary policy. Friedman as late as July, 2006 had little … Continue reading
In a recent column NY Times writer David Brooks writes the following: Right-leaning thinkers from Edmund Burke to Friedrich Hayek understood that emotion is prone to overshadow reason. They understood that emotion can be a wise guide in some circumstances … Continue reading