Charles Koch Extols Medicare and Social Security To Friederich Hayek Not from the Onion.
The Keynes v. Hayek BBC debate at the LSE which pits Lord Robert Skidelsky and Duncan Weldon arguing for Keynes against George Selgin and Jamie Whyte arguing for Hayek is now available in an online podcast. From Keynes v. Hayek Debate — Marginal Revolution Going to listen to this on way in to work.
in The Road to Serfdom Hayek ends up committing himself to a view of environmental regulations that’s well tot he left of where today’s center-left politicians are: Nor can certain harmful effects of deforestation, or of some methods of farming, or of the smoke and noise of factories, be confined to the owner of the […]
Hayek’s Friends Should Apologize for, Not Endorse, His Road to Serfdom Hayek wanted to make the much stronger claim that the attempt to implement Labor’s policies would necessarily lead to a loss of personal and political freedom. This makes perfect sense because when you look at the most repressive regimes in world what makes them stand out […]