Monthly Archives: April 2010

Hayek as Duchampian Art Object

JOSHUA MOSLEY:  “In the animation and sculpture work I built a conversation between Hayek and George Brown using several sources. This is not formed as a political statement. It is focused on the way that both George Brown and Hayek … Continue reading

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Gerald O’Driscoll on Crony Capitalism

and the price system. Compare also Arnold Kling on the looting classes.

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GMU’s Eli Dourado

blogs Hayek’s “The Use of Knowledge in Society”.

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It’s Now the _Award Winning_ Hayek vs Keynes Video

“Fear the Boom and Bust” has won a Sammie.  The video is now at 1,076,897 views:

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Some Advice for George Soros

Foy and Stransky on the bust and Soros’s Institute for New Economic Thinking.  Quotable: George Soros’s $50M investments would have been better spent by sending a copy of .. F.A. Hayek’s The Constitution of Liberty to everyone in his rolodex.

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Just Don’t Call Him an “Austrian”

George Selgin on how he became an economics and other matters.  Quotable: After college I first tried to combine my main interests by working toward a degree in marine resource economics at the University of Rhode Island. The program turned … Continue reading

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