Monthly Archives: January 2011

DAVID BECKWORTH, F. A. HAYEK, AND MONETARY DISEQUILIBRIUM

A helpful discussion.

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GRAPH OF THE DAY

From Bob Murphy’s reply to Paul Krugman on the Great Recalculation.

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IT’S REMEDIAL EDUCATION TIME FOR PAUL KRUGMAN

Robert Murphy helps Paul Krugman with the economic education he didn’t get at MIT. Best part — Murphy’s reply to Krugman’s confused “empirical” challenge to the Hayekian account of the Great Recalculation.

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$100-$200 — THE PRICE OF “UNIVERSITY ECONOMICS” IN GOOD CONDITION

Getting a copy of Alchian & Allen’s classic University Economics will set you back at least $56, and a copy in good or excellent condition will run you $100-200 dollars. Anyone have any old copies sitting around they can cut … Continue reading

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CHARLES BAIRD IN A VW BEATTLE WITH F. A. HAYEK

“I picked Hayek up from the airport in my VW Beetle and drove him to the Mills campus. I tried to talk with him about his work, but he seemed much more interested in learning about me.” From the Berkeley … Continue reading

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DON BOUDREAUX — HAYEKIAN OF THE DAY

Don talks about inflation, aggregates, and other matters with Russ Roberts.

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