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Anthony Evans
5 August 2015
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I've written quite a bit about ‘neoliberalism’, not least in my 2009 book The neoliberal revolution in Eastern Europe. My frustration with the critics of neoliberalism is that they so...
Anthony J. Evans
4 February 2015
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In a recent article in the Financial Times, Tim Harford retells a classic source of argument amongst economists: ‘Imagine that you have a free ticket (which you cannot resell) to see Radiohead...
Anthony J. Evans
30 October 2013
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In a must-read article for City AM, Andrew Lilico has taken aim at the ‘cranks’ who claim that orthodox economics cannot account for the 2008 financial crisis. As usual, his analysis is...
Anthony J. Evans
11 March 2011
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In this month's Standpoint magazine Tim Congdon has written a rich and insightful contribution to the debate about quantitative easing. He challenges Gordon Brown's portrayal of his own...
Anthony J. Evans
25 May 2010
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Last month the FT’s Martin Wolf asked a simple question, “Does Austrian economics understand financial crises better than other schools of thought?” After admitting that neo-...
Anthony J. Evans
31 October 2009
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I was shocked but delighted to learn that Elinor Ostrom has won the 2009 Nobel Prize in economics. Elinor Ostrom defies neat categorisation. She has a faculty position and an education in...
Anthony J. Evans
6 May 2009
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Recently in The Times Anatole Kaletsky attacked the “many financiers [that] have been calling… for a ‘market solution’ based on the so-called Austrian school of economic...