Monthly Archives: July 2010

Video — Hayek’s 1978 UCLA Interviews

They are all here, full length, streaming on the internet.  Every one of them.  These are the interviews organized by Armen Alchian and Robert Chitester in 1978 and recorded as part as the UCLA Oral History project.  Conversations with Axel … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

“Hayek is a better and more profound writer than most who write about him. So if you are unfamiliar with Hayek’s works, you are better off skipping the commentary pro and con and going directly to his “The Road to … Continue reading

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Hayek links 7/11/10

A Hayekian take on Obamacare from Will Wilkinson Hayek for Dummies Misreading Hayek on healthcare a Beck reader (my guess) reviews The Road to Serfdom

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Paul Krugman’s bogus “authority”

UPDATE:  Richard Ebeling responds to Krugman — and Krugman partially replies. UPDATE II:  “Well, it seems that Paul Krugman is taking on F.A. Hayek, but, as usual, Krugman really has no idea as to what Hayek was saying in 1932, … Continue reading

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Hayek links 7/10/10

The NY Times — Hayek:  The Back Story. Raghu Rajan goes Hayek. More Hayek bashing from history of economics illiterate Paul Krugman. A reply to Krugman on Hayek. Bob Murphy on deflation and “the waffler Hayek”. Why not replace the … Continue reading

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Hayek on Keynes, Britain, wage rates & deflation during the British Depression of the 20s & 30s

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