Monthly Archives: October 2010

Cat playing with a mouse — Robert Murphy teaches Paul Krugman macro 101

Bob Murphy takes Paul Krugman to school with some basic facts about the rise in unemployment by economic sector. Krugman has been an absolute disgrace to science and the economics profession with his deeply dishonest “explications” of Hayekian macro — … Continue reading

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IN THE MAIL: Studies in the Abuse And Decline of Reason by F. A. Hayek, edited by Bruce Caldwell

Studies in the Abuse and Decline of Reason:  Text & Documents, The Collected Works of F. A. Hayek Vol. 13, edited by Bruce Caldwell. Synopsis: Studies on the Abuse and Decline of Reason is a series of fascinating essays on … Continue reading

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New in books – Amar Bhide, A Call for Judgment: Sensible Finance in a Dynamic Economy

Amar Bhide has an important new book out, A Call for Judgment: Sensible Finance in a Dynamic Economy. Bhide’s home page has lots of information on the book, including a PowerPoint presentation and a podcast.

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If Hayek-avoiding economists a…

If Hayek-avoiding economists are so smart, why are we in a depression?

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If Princeton economists are so…

If Princeton economists are so smart, why are we in a depression?

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If “rocket science” math econo…

If “rocket science” math economists are so smart, why are we in a depression?

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