Keynes vs. Hayek, An On-going Debate

A recap from the BBC of one of the most important economic debates throughout history:

Keynes v Hayek: Two economic giants go head to head

John Maynard Keynes and Friedrich August Hayek were two prominent economists of the Great Depression era with sharply contrasting views. The arguments they had in the 1930s have been revived in the wake of the latest global financial crisis.

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About Jeremiah Dow
I have a B.S. in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics with a minor in Economics. I finished school in 2010 and am currently working on independent research in various areas including political and economic philosophy, government, and history. I am also currently looking for work in research, particularly the social sciences dealing with public policy work. I aspire to a top-level graduate institution, but would first prefer some professional research experience. Some of my primary influences are Ayn Rand, Noam Chomsky, and Howard Zinn among others.

One Response to Keynes vs. Hayek, An On-going Debate

  1. Pingback: The Current Economic Crisis Part One: Twentieth Century Economics | The Social Spectator

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