Monthly Archives: March 2011
Paul Krugman proudly tells us he can’t bring himself to learn any economics produced before he was a graduate student and written in plain English — and he’s constantly proving the case with crashingly ignorant discussion of economic history and … Continue reading
Taking Hayek Seriously is not funded by George Soros, or by the Koch brothers, or by American taxpayers. It’s funded by me — and by readers like you — who purchase products via the Amazon links on the Taking Hayek … Continue reading
Economist John Cochran explains the significance of Hayek’s macroeconomics for understanding the boom of the ’00s’ and ongoing bust of the ’10s.
April 15-17, Arlington, VA.
Hayek speaking in 1983 at the 33rd Meeting of Nobel Laureates at Lindau. The video contains many excellent photos of Hayek participating at these meetings over the years. Hayek happily reports on his sense of the vindication of long held … Continue reading
An amazing collection of works. The collection does not include Hayek’s extensive library of books on monetary economics, which Hayek had sold in 1938. And here is the pdf copy of Hayek’s very rare 1778 2nd edition of Adam Smith’s … Continue reading