Monthly Archives: July 2010
Gerald O’Driscoll explains the significance of the Hayek vs Keynes debate of 1932 for today. Quotable: “Is all spending equally productive, or should government policies aim to simulate private investment? If the latter, then Mr. Obama is following in FDR’s … Continue reading
Maybe after the weekend.
Edward Leamer and Russ Roberts have explained how the boom/bust cycle has been shaped by government policy, and directed into such sectors as housing and finance. In Hayek’s economics housing is a long-term production good, an open target for malinvestment … Continue reading
Brian Lamb interviews Milton Friedman about his 50th Anniversary edition of Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom.
at about 4:20 in the opening moments of his 2010 IEA Hayek Lecture on immigration.
The pdf Reader’s Digest edition of Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom at the IEA web site was downloaded over 20,000 times in the month of June.