Monthly Archives: June 2010

Hayek vs Keynes in the London Times Oct. 19, 1932

UPDATE:  Mario Rizzo has posted a pdf image of newspaper clips from the London Times of both the Hayek letter and the Pigou/Keynes letter. Hayek vs Keynes is the watchword of the economic debate of your time, the debate between … Continue reading

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A new audio edition of The Road to Serfdom releases tomorrow, July 1

A new audio edition of F. A. Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom read by William Hughes is due for release tomorrow, July 1.

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Hayek — against a Fed created post-bust deflation

“The moment there is any sign that the total income stream may actually shrink [during a post-bust deflationary crash], I should certainly not only try everything in my power to prevent it from dwindling, but I should announce beforehand that … Continue reading

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A new photo of F. A. Hayek

This must have been taken some time in the late 1980s.  By his expression perhaps after the fall of the Berlin Wall.  It’s the oldest picture of Hayek I’ve seen.

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“Still as relevant today as it was in 1960″

The Constitution of Liberty at 50 — some thoughts from Peter Boettke.

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Tom DiLorenzo & the Mises Institute offer an online course on Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom

The 5 week course begins Monday, July 5th.  You can read about the course and sign up here. Professor DiLorenzo has penned a  brief introductory essay “Hayek’s Road to Serfdom, despotism then and now” explaining the significance of Hayek’s The … Continue reading

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