Monthly Archives: May 2010

de Soto on Property Rights & the Crash

here. My ancestors recorded property right claims with a central registrar in the no-mans land of Oregon when the region had no legitimately recognized government.  The people of the region followed customs of law and governance share among the English … Continue reading

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Leonard on Oskar Morgenstern & Pre-War Vienna

Robert Leonard has mined the Oskar Morgenstern papers at Duke University and the archives of Vienna, Chicago and New York to produce a richly sourced paper on “The Collapse of Interwar Vienna: Oskar Morgenstern’s Community, 1925-1950”. The paper is strong … Continue reading

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YouTube: Robert Bork & Hayek on The Intellectuals

Transcript: BORK: Doctor Hayek, I think that if there’s one area in which I disagree with you slightly, it is about — We were discussing the intellectuals, and I guess it is that I see something a little more sinister … Continue reading

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Robert Skidelsky — Hayek vs Keynes: The Road to Reconcilliation

Here.  Quotable: “The common ground [between Hayek and Keynes] was created by the run-up to the war, and by the war itself. The war clarified for both men the values they shared. ‘Our object in this mad, unavoidable struggle’, Keynes … Continue reading

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Yuichi Kimura — Kaldor on Hayek’s Theory of Capital

Abstract.  (pdf)

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Greg Hill on George Shackle – Between Hayek & Keynes

Here.  (doc)

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