Does More Technology Create Unemployment?

by A. D. Sharplin and R. H. Mabry on Mar 18, 1986

Mabry and Sharplin argue that technology improves the standard of living, and that it is rent-seeking that causes the true problem.


The Hayek Bibliography

by Various Authors on Dec 1, 1982

Literature of Liberty’s attempt to produce a full bibliography of works by, about, and relevant to Friedrich Hayek.


Editorial: Hayek

by Leonard P. Liggio on Dec 1, 1982

“Hayek…weave[d] together the legal, historical, political, and economic dimensions of the freedoms implied in a spontaneous-order social science methodology.”


The Tradition of Spontaneous Order

by Norman Barry on Jun 1, 1982

“Men will have to design those institutions that will automatically encourage them to maximize their long-run interests.”


Editorial: Social Order & Economics

by Leonard P. Liggio on Jun 1, 1982

“There are many aspects of society (most of the interesting aspects) that can be understood and explained only through the use of invisible hand explanations.”


Editorial: Hayek, Harper, and Libertarian Utopia

by Leonard P. Liggio on Dec 1, 1981

“F.A. Hayek and F.A. Harper [founder of the IHS], underline the esteem in which utopian thinking was held by two of the most persuasive advocates of liberty.”


Smith, Commerce & the Common Good

by Literature of Liberty Reviewer on Jun 1, 1981

“Despite his praise of the market economy’s “invisible hand,” Smith conceived a wide and elastic range of activities for government.”


Socialist Economic Calculation

by Literature of Liberty Reviewer on Mar 1, 1981

“Hayek analyses is of central importance to the growing literature of the “economic of information.”


Austrian vs. Neoclassical Economics: Equilibrium

by Literature of Liberty Reviewer on Mar 1, 1981

“Neoclassical economics ignores the…market process in organizing information [to] facilitate individual decision-making and…subjective…welfare.”


The Economics of Strict Liability

by Literature of Liberty Reviewer on Dec 1, 1980

“Rizzo contends that strict liability would not necessarily increase the scope of liability.”