Monthly Archives: September 2010

“U.S. sovereign debt crisis”

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A grad student in economics reads The Road to Serfdom

Quotable: I have finished reading Friedrich August von Hayek’s magnum opus, The Road to Serfdom. There is much to commend it. I came to this work with a preconception about Hayek, that he was an impractical right-wing nut job. Yet … Continue reading

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An interview with Jim Powell

Here.  Powell remembers his school years at the U. of Chicago: I decided to go to the University of Chicago because I received a subscription flyer for NEW INDIVIDUALIST REVIEW. I heard of several of the authors the journal published, … Continue reading

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The Hayek Fund — the freedom friendly investment fund

Steven Kiel explains his new investment fund.  And here’s an interview with Steven Kiel.

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Hayek vs Keynes — a post-crisis fight card

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Quote of the Day

Arnold Kling: We are in the middle of three crises. The first crisis, the failure of the securitization model in finance, is being papered over. Washington and Wall Street are trying to return to this failed model, which can only … Continue reading

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