Monthly Archives: July 2009

calling it: Kurt Richebächer in 2004 on The Coming Economic Bust

Here’s another Hayekian macroeconomist who saw the artificial boom and the coming of the inevitable bust — economist Kurt Richebächer, writing Dec. 29, 2004 in a paper titled “The Missing Link”: What governs the U.S. trade deficit is not the … Continue reading

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article: F. A. Hayek, “Substitute for Foreign Aid”

Newly available on the Internet — “Substitute for Foreign Aid” by F. A. Hayek, publish in The Freeman April 6, 1953, pp. 482-484 (pdf).  Here is the article in full: For the time being financing for rearmament has in a … Continue reading

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Government Controlled Car Care

Attention Hayek Heads.  It’s Pop Quiz time.  Your assignment — identify 3 Hayekian insights illustrated in this YouTube video: ht Division of Labour.

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Rand, Hayek, and the Bestseller List

Frank Wilson: In April, University of Tennessee law professor Glenn Reynolds noted on his very popular blog, “Instapundit,” that sales of Friedrich von Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom had shot up since last year’s election. At the time it was … Continue reading

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America in Freefall — China in Ascent

It’s time for the American people to wake up.

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“Road Trip” to Serfdom

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