Monthly Archives: May 2009
David Gordon recalls Hayek in the classroom teaching the philosophy of social science to a room full of undergraduates at UCLA in 1969. Read the whole thing, but here’s a teaser: Hayek delivered his lectures seated at a desk. He … Continue reading
The picture comes from Richard Zundritsc’s blog “Hayek in Vienna”. If you’d like to raise one tonight in honor of Friedrich Hayek, consider popping a Burgundy, the man’s beverage of choice. In his later years he’s open a bottle at … Continue reading
Robert Robb takes a look at Obama’s manipulation of the Chrysler bankruptcy in light of Hayek’s writings on economic decision-making and the rule of law: The Obama administration’s proposed restructuring is more than just unjustified, however. It dangerously undermines the … Continue reading
You can see what a “Taking Hayek Seriously” twitter looks like here. If you have a Twitter account, please consider “following” the Taking Hayek Seriously blog.
As we’ve learned in the last year, this hardly captures the half of it.
I can’t recommend more highly Russ Roberts’ conversation with Ed Leamer on the stylized facts of the business cycle and the nature of economic explanation. I’ll comment more here later. But before then, I do have a question for Austrian … Continue reading