From a good interview with Milton Friedman from 1992:
“One of the major benefits that I personally derived from the first meeting of the Mont Pelerin Society in 1947 was meeting Karl Popper and having an opportunity for some long discussions with him, not on economic policy at all, but on methodology in the social . . . → Read More: Milton Friedman meets Karl Popper, talks philosophy of science
Here’s an archive of “Hayek” tweets Twittered from FriedrichHayek on Twitter.
From Axel Leijonhufvud’s INET Berlin paper “The Unstable Web of Contracts”:
“The bubble that burst was caused by a lengthy period of interest rates that were too low. We are now trying to cure the consequences by maintaining still lower interest rates for a lengthy period.6
6Ludwig Mises and Friedrich Hayek would have told . . . → Read More: Axel Leijonhufvud on the Causes of the Current Crisis
Beginning at about the 5:30 mark former BIS chief economists William White explains why the Keynesian “solution” has failed and why the “Hayek vs Keynes” debate is one again:
I’d also recommend Roman Frydman’s case against the Phelps / Lucas macroeconomic modeling strategy, for those with a technical / mathematical bent:
And an . . . → Read More: VIDEO – William White at the Berlin INET Conference
Taking Hayek Seriously has been removed from Google search engine results.
Anyone have any idea why that would have happened?
I would just add: economics IS a science, like Darwinian biology, global brain theory, and other essentially complex sciences.