Monthly Archives: July 2009
Served up by Nick Gillespie: Scarborough dedicates his book “to conservatives of all parties,” in homage to the Nobel Prize-winning economist Friedrich Hayek, whose 1944 book, “The Road to Serfdom,” was dedicated “to the socialists of all parties.” If he … Continue reading
The clip is from this Hayek interview with John O’Sullivan.
Brad DeLong explains: The economic logic behind a public [health insurance] plan springs from these information and selection problems. Private health-insurance companies are currently spending a fortune in a negative-sum game by which they try to make other private companies … Continue reading
a 119 character “Tweet” for Barack Obama.
Energy regulation economist Robert Murphy weighs in: Fans of Austrian economist Friedrich Hayek — who warned against the “pretense of knowledge” — should be even more concerned about the sheer audacity of the field of climate economics. After all, it … Continue reading