Monthly Archives: April 2010
“I wish to celebrate . . F.A. Hayek for teaching us that an economist who is only an economist cannot be a good economist; that fruitful social science must be very largely a study of what is not; that reason … Continue reading
UCLA Law Professor Stephen Bainbridge: Both [Bruce] Bartlett and [James] Joyner seem to have forgotten a point Hayek made in the preface to the 1976 edition of The Road to Serfdom: Sweden … is today very much socialistically organized than … Continue reading
Jack Birner’s list of publications.
From a paper by Arash Vassei: Hayek attacks the Böhm-Bawerkian formulation of intertemporal choice in “Utility Theory and Interest”, published in 1936. Hayek attributes the ‘confusion’ characterizing the subsequent controversies about the proper relationship between Böhm-Bawerk’s three ingredients, especially the … Continue reading