Monthly Archives: January 2011

TOM PALMER — INTERVIEW

Quotable: Did anyone or any event especially influence your beliefs in life? When I was young, I had the opportunity to attend a lecture given by [Friedrich August] von Hayek, the great Austrian economist whom I quite admired. And at … Continue reading

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ARTICLE — “THE CURRENT EVIDENCE FOR HAYEK’S CULTURAL GROUP SELECTION THEORY”

here. (pdf)

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CALL FOR PAPERS — “HAYEK & BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS”

CALLL FOR PAPERS “Hayek and Behavioural Economics” (2011). Palgrave Macmillan. Vol 4 of Archival Insights into the Evolution of Economics. Robert Leeson Series Editor. Vol 4 editors, Roger Frantz and Robert Leeson. Papers on all aspects of Hayek’s work as … Continue reading

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GRAPH OF THE DAY

ht Calculated Risk.

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YES, THERE IS NO INTELLECTUAL DIVERSITY

At Yale University.

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STUFF BY HAYEK YOU’VE NEVER READ — “THE ECONOMICS OF PLANNING”

Sometime in the 1940s Hayek’ presented a popular version of the arguments found in his “Use of Knowledge in Society” and “Collectivist Economic Planning” essays to the Oxford University Liberal Club, which was published in the mimeographed “official organ” of … Continue reading

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