By Abigail R. Hall | Wednesday December 28, 2016 at 3:30 PM PDT | Comments Off on William Easterly and the Pitfalls of Foreign Intervention
In one of my recent blog posts, I discussed the work of NYU economist William Easterly. In particular, I noted how his work on the pitfalls of modern economic development planning bear a striking resemblance to the work and ideas of F. A. Hayek and James M. Buchanan. Easterly makes a distinction between “planners”...
Read More »
Tags: Easterly, Economics, Foreign Intervention, foreign policy, William Easterly
By Peter Klein | Friday July 17, 2009 at 7:02 AM PDT | 3 Comments
Mary, not everyone is so pleased. Paul Walker pointed me to this item from New Zealand’s National Business Review, which worries that the free-content model of the blogosphere has spawned a huge band of amateur, untrained, unqualified bloggers who have swarmed over the internet pouring out columns of unsubstantiated “facts” and hysterical opinion. Most...
Read More »
Tags: Alex Tabarrok, Economics, Independent Institute, marginal revolution, Media, National Business Review, Tyler Cowen, William Easterly