J M Kaplan Workshop in Politics, Philosophy and Economics

-Spring 2000-

Papers will be available 1 week prior to the workshop outside of Professor Boettke's office, 324 Enterprise Hall. The workshop will meet on Fridays from 2:00 to 3:30 in the Economics Department Seminar Room,  318 Enterprise Hall.
January 28 William Butos
Department of Economics
Trinity College
Mind, Market and Institutions: The Knowledge Problem in Hayek's Thought
February 4 David Rose
Department of Economics
University of Missouri, St. Louis
Value Systems, Contracts, and Transaction Costs
February 11 Peter Lewin
School of Management
University of Texas at Dallas
The Market Process and the Economics of QWERTY
February 18 Malcolm Rutherford
Department of Economics
University of Victoria
Institutionalism Between the Wars
February 25 Charles McCann
Department of Economics
University of Pittsburgh
F. A. Hayek: The Liberal as Communitarian
March 3 Maria Pia Paganelli
Department of Economics
George Mason University
Competition as a Cognitive Process and the Sources of the Law
March 10 Jon Elster
Department of Political Science
Columbia University
Rational Choice History: A Case of Excessive Ambition
March 24 Neil Skaggs
Department of Economics
Illinois State University
Lost and Found (and Finally Used): The Theory of Money in Economic Development
March 31 Catherine Labio
Department of Comparative Literature
Yale University
Between Literature and Economics: Gap or Dialogue?
April 7 John Mueller
Department of Political Science
University of Rochester
The Role of Business Virtue in Economic Development
April 14 Juliet Williams
Department of Political Science
University of California, Santa Barbara
Many Roads to Serfdom: Liberalism Against Democracy in the Writings of F. A. Hayek
April 21 George Selgin
Department of Economics
University of Georgia
Network Effects, Adaptive Learning, and the Transition to Fiat Money
April 28 John Hasnas
School of Law
Georgia Mason University
Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and the Anti-Discrimation Principle
May 5 Mario Rizzo
Department of Economics
New York University
The Tendency to Discover: What Can It Mean?