Peter Boettke & Richard Ebeling on the Modern State of Liberalism

On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Peter Boettke and Richard Ebeling discuss the emergent threats to today's liberal order and what can be done to foster a spirit conducive to liberty, both subjects of Ebeling's book, "For a New Liberalism." Along the way, the pair recall the work of previous scholars, such as Lionel Robbins and Wilhelm Roepke, as masters of economics and advocates for the humaneness and value of a free and open society. They also address the coevolution of liberal political and economic orders, particularly highlighting the role of free trade.

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Peter J. Boettke
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Aug 11, 2021
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Peter Boettke & Richard Ebeling on the Lost Papers of Ludwig von Mises

On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Richard Ebeling joins Peter Boettke to discuss his work on the lost papers of Ludwig von Mises. Ebeling recounts the history of Mises's escape from the Nazi expansion into Europe, the confiscation of his papers, and how Ebeling's later discovery of the papers in Russia led to the creation of the three volume series, The Selected Works of Ludwig von Mises. Additionally, Boettke and Ebeling discuss the continuing relevance of Mises's critiques of socialism and how the work of Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk shaped his thinking.

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Peter J. Boettke
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Jul 28, 2021
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