Hayek Sessions at the SEA Meeting in Atlanta, Nov. 2010

Sessions and papers for the annual meeting of the Society for the Development of Austrian Economics at the SEA conference in Atlanta this November have been announced. Find all papers and sessions here (pdf).

Session on the 50th Anniversary of F. A. Hayek’s The Constitution of Liberty — Organizer & Moderator: Bruce J. Caldwell, Duke University

Panelists: Peter J. Boettke, George Mason University; Steven Ealy, Liberty Fund; Mario Rizzo, New York University; Todd Zywicki, George Mason University

Selected Papers:

“The Hayekian Knowledge Problem in Ethics” by Mario Rizzo, New York University

“Emergent Properties in the Work of Friedrich Hayek” by Paul Lewis, King’s College London

“Mirroring, Classification, and Social Institutions: Implications of Recent Neuroscience Research for Interpreting Hayek’s The Sensory Order” by Lynne Kiesling, Northwestern University

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