Monthly Archives: July 2010
From Tom Palmer. And well deserved.
If you are one of the 100,000 who purchased a copy of Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom in the last month or so, and you’re cruising by here for a look, please consider taking a moment to let the world … Continue reading
Hong Kong Shue Yan University, August 6-7, 2010. The main theme of the conference this year is “The Relevance of F.A. Hayek on China’s Economy and Society” . Topics: F.A. Hayek on economics, law, politics, psychology and social philosophy – … Continue reading
Perhaps he would have saved hundreds of hours spent writing risible tripe about Hayek and “neo-liberalism” — and saved Australians billions of wasted dollars and perhaps his job.
Two top economists talk about ideas and economic personalities. Part 1. Part 2. Quotable: One point which deserves mention in this connection is that Keynes knew appallingly little about nineteenth-century economics, or about nineteenth-century history. He hated the nineteenth century … Continue reading
“For persons entering economics in the 1940s, ‘Keynesian’ economics was shockingly ‘revolutionary’ because it was shockingly activist by comparison with all earlier, other than Marxian, economic teaching. Laidler’s book brilliantly traces the ‘fabrification’ of a textbook revolution in activist economics … Continue reading