Monthly Archives: January 2011
Why have macroeconomists maintained a narrow intellectual consensus in the face of massive, widely publicized intellectual failure?
Things aren’t less ugly than you thought — Paul Krugman is likening Tea Party Republicans to blood-thirsty Nazis.
The Economists takes a look.
You didn’t know that? It’s perhaps time we take the warning signs seriously. Paul’s crazy-guy darkly Manichean view of the world is beginning to scare me. It’s not tied to reality and its fixated on violence. And now Krugman has … Continue reading
Click here to assess the books and articles behind the NGRAM. Ironically, Hayek’s massively influential Econometrica articles of early 1940s are not listed.
Has Hayek been refuted? Has he been understood? Listen to Philip Pettit talk about Hayek, group agency, and his new book here.