Jepson Conference on Hayek, April 2013, with Bruce Caldwell, Jerry Gaus & many others

Conference Papers

Peter McNamara
Poltical Science, Utah State University
“F.A. Hayek and the Eighteenth Century Science of Human Nature”

Jerry Gaus
James E. Rogers Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona
“The Evolution, Evaluation and Reform of Social Morality: A Hayekean Analysis”

Sandra Peart & David Levy
Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond and Economics, George Mason University
“Hayek and the Individualists”

Bruce Caldwell
Research Professor of Economics, Duke University
Director, Center for the History of Political Economy
“F. A. Hayek and the ‘Economic Calculus’: The Cambridge and Virginia Lectures”

Emily Skarbek
Department of Political Economy, King’s College, London
“F.A. Hayek and the Early Foundations of Spontaneous Order”

Chris Martin
Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond
“Hayek and the Nomothetes”

Ekkehard Kohler
Walter Eucken Institute
“Hayek’s Search for a Monetary Constitution – (Confessions of a Crisis Ridden Economist)”

Kenneth Minogue
Political Science, Emeritus, London School of Economics
“Hayek and the Conditions of Freedom”

Jason Clemens
Executive Vice-President, Fraser Institute
“Hayekian Perspectives on Canada’s Economic and Social Reforms of the 1990′s”

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2 Responses to Jepson Conference on Hayek, April 2013, with Bruce Caldwell, Jerry Gaus & many others

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  2. Nicholas Panayi says:

    This is the URL for the working paper that goes with his presentation.

    http://hope.econ.duke.edu/sites/default/files/FA%20Hayek%20and%20the%20Economic%20Calculus.pdf

    I have to say it blew my mind a little. Caldwell brings out the connections in Hayek’s thought much more then one can easily see reading the individual works. It makes me sad that Hayek never produced a mature book on the Economic Calculus. No doubt today it would be hailed as a classic.

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