Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Road to Serfdom — Ingram prints 20,000 copies in 5 days

Hayek might call this the magic of the market.  It certainly demonstrates the wonder of modern technology and the force of entrepreneurial drive. The U. of Chicago Press began Wednesday, June 9 with about 13,000 copies of F. A. Hayek’s … Continue reading

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A new Hayekian coordination puzzle

From Don Boudreaux.  Teachers in particular will want to steal Bourdreaux eye opening thought experiment.

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Keynesian economics — dead all over again

Andrew Coyne on the failure of the great Keynesian experiment of 2008-2010.  Coyne is interviewed on the topic here.

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Beck’s The Overton Window knocks Hayek from #1

Hayek’s Road to Serfdom has been knocked from the #1 spot at Amazon by Glenn Beck’s The Overton Window. This may not be such a bad thing for the sales of The Road to Serfdom — Amazon suggests customers buy … Continue reading

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What every business executive should know

about Hayek and Austrian economics. A good start, but I might suggest a few things are missing here.

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Get schooled in my Austrian perspective

A special shout out for Paul Krugman. Lyrics here.

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