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Legacy of Friedrich Von Hayek

ISBN 10: 0865976120 / ISBN 13: 9780865976122
Edité par Liberty Fund Inc, United States, 2005
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Language: English . Brand New Book. No one has characterized market mechanisms better than Friedrich von Hayek. —Herbert Simon I . . . owe him a great debt . . . his powerful mind . . . his lucid and always principled exposition have helped to broaden and deepen my understanding of the meaning of the requisites of a free society. —Milton Friedman In celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of Friedrich von Hayek s birth, Liberty Fund is proud to make available a series of lectures featuring outstanding scholars of Hayek s work. Speakers include Gary Becker, James Buchanan, Richard Epstein, Ralph Harris, Kurt Leube, Kenneth Minogue, Michael Novak, and Sherwin Rosen. Filmed at the University of Chicago and hosted by Robert Pippin, Chairman of the Committee on Social Thought. Volume 1 - Austrian and Neoclassical Economics: Any Gains from Trade? By Sherwin Rosen One of the leading macroeconomists in the United States, Rosen has researched such fields as theoretical and empirical work on income distribution, dynamics of professional labor markets, health economics, social security, and group decision-making. 61 minutes.Volume 2 - Hayekian Socialism By Richard Epstein Epstein is one of the most influential contemporary proponents of law and economics. He has written on a variety of legal topics from a perspective that seeks to blend concerns about individual liberty with the need for collective social control. 84 minutes.Volume 3 - Hayek, Practitioner of Social Justice By Michael Novak Novak is the author of twenty-five books and over five hundred articles in the philosophy and theology of culture, including The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism (1982), for which he was awarded the Antony Fisher Prize by Margaret Thatcher. Novak has served as Ambassador of the U.S. Delegation to the U.N. Human Rights Commission and head of the U.S. Delegation to the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. 79 minutes.Volume 4 - Hayek, Radical Reactionary By Lord Ralph Harris Lord Harris graduated from Cambridge in 1947 and lectured at St. Andrews University until 1957, when he became the General Director of the Institute of Economic Affairs, where Arthur Seldon joined him as Editorial Director in 1958. Together they wrote studies of advertising, hire purchase, state and private welfare, and other applications of classical liberal analysis to public policy, and helped rehabilitate the classical liberal tradition of market microanalysis. 80 minutes.Volume 5 - Hayek s Legacy By Kurt Leube Leube is a historian of economic thought, with an emphasis on Austrian economics, and a scholar of law and economics and economic philosophy. 82 minutes.Volume 6 - Hayek and the Fate of Liberty in the Twentieth Century By Kenneth Minogue Born in New Zealand and educated in Australia, Minogue is the author of The Liberal Mind (1963), Nationalism (1967), The Concept of a University (1974), Alien Powers: The Pure Theory of Ideology (1985), and Politics: A Very Short Introduction (1995). Minogue has lectured at major universities and research institutes worldwide. 86 minutes.Volume 7 - Morality and Community in the Extended Market Order By James M. Buchanan Buchanan is a pioneer of the theory of public choice, extending models of economic exchange to the realm of political decision-making. Buchanan s work on the constitut. N° de réf. du libraire AAG9780865976122

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Titre : Legacy of Friedrich Von Hayek

Éditeur : Liberty Fund Inc, United States

Date d'édition : 2005

Reliure : DVD

Etat du livre :New

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Seven of the world's most eminent contemporary economists explore the rich legacy Friedrich von Hayek left to economics. These seven DVDs each represent one of a series of lectures sponsored in 1999 by Liberty Fund and the Committee of Social Thought at the University of Chicago, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Hayek's birth. The approximate running time: 720 minutes.

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