Monthly Archives: February 2011

QUESTIONS FOR BEN BERNANKE FROM DAVID BECKWORTH

On the housing bubble and Bernanke’s Global Saving Glut Hypothesis.

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DEWEY & HAYEK ON LIBERAL DEMOCRACY

A paper from Colin Koopman.

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RECENT WORK IN AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS

An essay by Mario Rizzo. (pdf)

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A NATION OF LAWS OR A NATION OF CENTRAL BANKERS?

Larry White is just asking. (pdf)

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UNWRAPPING THE ADAM SMITH AT THE CORE OF FRIEDRICH HAYEK

Daniel Klein cracks through the crust of modernism encasing Hayek’s social philosophy to discover the rich earth of Smithian liberalism at heart of Hayek’s work — “Liberty Between the Lines in a Statist and Modernist Age: Unfolding the Adam Smith … Continue reading

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THE HAYEK-KEYNES LETTERS OF 1932 DECONSTRUCTED

Two American “communications” professors take on Hayek and Keynes debating trade cycle theory and British public policy in 1932 — “From the Great Depression to the Great Recession: The 1932 Hayek-Keynes Debate: A Study in Economic Uncertainty, Contingency, and Criticism” … Continue reading

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