Monthly Archives: July 2010

Video – Hayek on Keynes in 1977

“I regard him as a real genius but not as a great economist, you know. He’s not a very consistent or logical thinker. He might have developed in almost any direction. The only thing I am sure of is that … Continue reading

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Video — Peter Lewin on Hayekian capital theory

here and here.

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Survey says …

36% of German economist surveyed say that Friedrich Hayek’s ideas are “Very Important” for today’s economics, in a poll of 1,158 German economists by the Financial Times of Germany.  Another 32% say that Hayek’s ideas are “Somewhat Important” for today’s … Continue reading

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26 days on the Amazon top 10 list

Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom has just concluded an amazing run of 26 straight days on Amazon’s list of the top ten bestselling books in America.

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5 books — Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Friedrich Hayek and the Koran.  From the interview: what I did after September 11 was I analysed bin Laden’s words, his quotations, his explanations, and his mission statement which is: ‘We are at war with the … Continue reading

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5 books — the Governor of Indiana

Mitch Daniels on The Road to Serfdom. From the interview: You’re a sitting governor [of Indiana], you’ve been an OMB [US Office of Management and Budget] director and you deal day to day with people who want to plan stuff … Continue reading

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