Monthly Archives: December 2011
AUDIO: NBC Radio Dramatization of F. A. Hayek’s “The Road to Serfdom” – Episode 96 of “Words at War”
NBC Radio’s “Words at War” – The Road to Serfdom, broadcast May 15, 1945. Be patient. The broadcast begins at about 00:15. Read a backgrounder on “Words at War” here.
The first thing to say about this book is that much the most of it is a fantasy. But there are bigger problems with the book that that. Nicholas Wapshott grew up as a British journalist and his approach to … Continue reading
From a letter to Walter Lippman written in 1937: My main doubt is whether it really is the corporate law which has given rise to corporations bigger than they would become under the . . . free market, or whether … Continue reading
A new collection of essays on Hayek’s work in neuroscience, psychology, and the philosophy of science and mind. Table of contents and abstracts at the link. Of special interest: “Hayek in Today’s Cognitive Neuroscience” by Joaquín M. Fuster Abstract: Purpose … Continue reading
You can find the new Econ Stories T-shirt, mug & mouse pad store here. Here’s what I bought: