Monthly Archives: November 2011
And economist Steven Horwitz calls them on it. There is a massive amount of both scholarly incompetence or disingenuous malevolence when you look at the literature on Hayek. It’s an embarrassment to the peer review process, to the scholarly pretensions … Continue reading
Here. From the article: The crowd had started out as 47% pro Keynes, 33% pro Hayek, and 20% undecided. At the end of the debate, 52% favored Keynes, 42% favored Hayek, and 6% were undecided. So Keynes still had the … Continue reading
Larry White’s prepared “Talking Points” for the Hayek vs Keynes debate which took place last night in New York City: Friedrich Hayek developed a business cycle theory that explains how overly cheap credit from the central bank gives rise to … Continue reading
Here’s the Reuters web site where the Hayek vs Keynes debate will be streamed live from New York City TODAY, Tuesday, Nov. 8: The HAYEK vs Keynes Debate Web Site The debate features Nobel Laureate Edmund Phelps, Hayek scholar Lawrence … Continue reading
Nicholas Wapshott speaking Nov. 3 on his book Keynes Hayek: The Clash That Defined Modern Economics at Duke University.