Milton Friedman’s 100th Birthday – Celebrate by Spending some Time with Milton

Here’s a great conversation with Milton Friedman hosted by Brian Lamb, and another with Russ Roberts from EconTalk.

Google and YouTube have a great collection of Milton Friedman video highlights.

No man was a greater influence on the thinking of Milton Friedman than Friedrich Hayek — and no man influenced by the ideas Friedrich Hayek . . . → Read More: Milton Friedman’s 100th Birthday – Celebrate by Spending some Time with Milton

Hayek & Wittgenstein — The Parallel Rejection of Formal Modeling as a Proxy for Capturing the Significance of Language or the Causal Mechanism of the Economic Process

Academics attempting to make sense of the significance of words & logical implication had a framework for doing so exactly parallel to that of economists attempting to make sense of the significance of prices & the implication of prices for distribution.

In fact, both modern programs in their mature form came out the the same . . . → Read More: Hayek & Wittgenstein — The Parallel Rejection of Formal Modeling as a Proxy for Capturing the Significance of Language or the Causal Mechanism of the Economic Process

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The most important player on Ronald Reagan’s economic team is Ronald Reagan. The person most responsible for creating the economic program that came to be known as Reaganomics is Reagan himself. For over twenty years he observed the American economy, read and studied the writings of some of the best economists in the world, including the giants of the free market economy — Ludwig von Mises, Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman. — Martin Anderson

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