History of Thought Course Video: Hayek and the Knowledge Problem

Not surprisingly, given the title of this blog and the focus of my research, the last video in the series for my history of economic thought course provides an introduction to Hayek and the knowledge problem. Hayek’s work in the 20th century explored a range of ideas, one of the most important of which was … More History of Thought Course Video: Hayek and the Knowledge Problem

Cato Unbound’s “Empirics of Austrian Economics”

Lynne Kiesling The title of this month’s Cato Unbound, “The Empirics of Austrian Economics”, makes it sound more like inside baseball than it really is. The valuable discussion does have some elements of insider talk, but most of the exchange is externally focused, and as such is well worth reading if you are interested in … More Cato Unbound’s “Empirics of Austrian Economics”

New Paper: Knowledge Problem

Lynne Kiesling I have a new paper that may be of interest to KP readers, since the subject of the paper is the same as the name of this site: Knowledge Problem. I am honored to have been invited to contribute this paper to the forthcoming Oxford Encyclopedia of Austrian Economics (Peter Boettke and Chris … More New Paper: Knowledge Problem