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Review of Theodore Burczak’s “Socialism after Hayek”

Discussion in 'Business & Economics' started by Onion Eater, Aug 1, 2009.

  1. Onion Eater

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    Theodore Burczak’s Socialism after Hayek is the 2007 winner of the Smith Center Annual Prize in Austrian Economics.

    Socialism after Hayek has been trumpeted as a “stimulating book” in the pages of the Review of Austrian Economics.

    “Very deep” gushes Steve Horwitz, the organizer of a conference at the Institute for Humane Studies to promote this latest advance in Austrian Economics.

    I have written a short review of Burczak’s Socialism after Hayek.

    Have I given this “needed socialist vision for the twenty-first century” a fair and accurate critique? Let me hear your opinion!
     
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    Onion Eater has absolutely no understanding of Burczak's adaptation of Hayekian insights into distributed and tacit knowledge problems, as evidenced by his inaccurate reference to him and David Ellerman as "communists."
     
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