Monthly Archives: March 2010

Hayek, Healthcare & the Rule of Law

Gary Wolfram weighs in.

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AUDIO: New Hayek on Audio

The Foundation for Economic Education has put up some new audio of Hayek speaking on law, socialism, and intellectuals from the early 1960s, now collected as part of the “Taking Hayek Seriously” audio collection: “Hayek on ‘Meet the Press’” (mp3) … Continue reading

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Meltdown – What Would Hayek Say?

Bruce Caldwell speaking at the Heritage Foundation on Hayek and the America meltdown. UPDATE: I’ve found a PDF text version of Cadlwell’s talk titled “Ten Mostly Austrian Insights for These Trying Times”.  This is just an outstanding general introduction to … Continue reading

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VIDEO: _The Road to Serfdom_ on C-SPAN

Here are two excellent C-SPAN videos on F. A. Hayek’s mega-seller The Road to Serfdom. Historian Bruce Caldwell discusses his new edition of F. A. Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom on C-SPAN. The Great Books Council of Delaware has a … Continue reading

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Closing in on 1,000,000 views

It’s a YouTube sensation — the Keynes vs. Hayek Rap:

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Justin Wolfers – Hayek is a Serious Influence on My Own Work

I don’t think I’m going too far out of school if I report that Justin Wolfers in personal correspondence has identified F. A. Hayek as a serious influence on his own work in economics.  Perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised then … Continue reading

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