Professor Bruce Caldwell on the Keynes-Hayek Relationship
28 April 2010 12:00AM
The Director of the Center for the History of Political Economy, Bruce Caldwell, recently gave a talk on F.A. Hayek and the Keynes-Hayek relationship at a conference in Cambridge on "new economic thinking." Here you can watch talks by Caldwell and other leading economic researchers, policy makers and historians of economic thought.
The conference held in April was titled "The Economic Crisis and the Crisis in Economics," and was created by The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), an organization started in 2009 with a $50 million pledge from George Soros and headquartered in New York City.
Speakers at the four-day event included Nobel Laureates George Akerlof, Joseph Stiglitz, Andrew Spence and Sir James Alexander Mirrlees, FBA. See the full list of speakers.
INET aims to support creative thought and open discourse to advance reform in economic thinking and policy worldwide. In hosting conferences and funding research grants, INET seeks to confront the flawed mechanisms in our economic and financial infrastructure and develop new paradigms in economic understanding.
Learn more about Professor Caldwell at his profile page.