Monthly Archives: May 2009
Well, you’ve got to put Matthew Yglesias near the top of any list. Tom Woods has more evidence supporting a vote for Yglesias. Quotable: Note that although Yglesias himself does not know the first thing about Austrian business cycle theory, … Continue reading
Anna Schwartz, Eamonn Butler, Kevin Dowd, Philip Booth and others provide a comprehensive survey (pdf), with special focus on the situation in Britain.
confession: U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner – It Was a Hayekian Artificial Boom, i.e. a Money Driven Misdirection of Resources Made the Bust Inevitable
U.S. Treasury Sec. & former NY Fed President Timothy Geithner on the Charlie Rose show: Mr. Geithner: ” .. I would say there were three types of broad errors of policy and policy both here and around the world. One … Continue reading
Here’s David Gordon’s paper napkin version of the boom and bust cycle, sketched in a piece on the idea of a global reserve currency: What happens when we expand the money supply? As Austrian school economists .. have explained, an … Continue reading
That’s my impression, but you be the judge.
World renowned UCLA neuroscientist Joaquin Fuster discusses Friedrich Hayek’s work in global brain theory in a video from 2006 (Spanish). You can read Fuster’s professional credentials and scientific achievements listed here. From Fuster’s 2003 book Cortex and Mind: Unifying Cognition: … Continue reading