This will be interesting. An LSE and BBC Radio 4 public debate on Keynes v Hayek is to be held on Tuesday 26 July 2011 at the LSE Old Theatre, Old Building, between 6.30pm and 8pm. To be chaired by Paul Mason, the speakers are still being confirmed. However, an early email suggests that Professor Lord Skidelsky will be defending Keynes while TCC Advisory Board member Dr. Jamie Whyte will be promoting Hayek.
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Alternatively, the debate will be transmitted on Wednesday 3rd August, 8pm (repeated on Saturday 6th August at 10.15pm) on BBC Radio 4.
Looks good, I’ll be going.
As our money becomes worthless and our society collapses it’ll be interesing to hear how someone can justify Keynesian economics.
Skidelsky must be trying to defend some form of neo-Keynesian thinking. And so we all have the link to the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTQnarzmTOc
Will this be recorded and made available for us serfs?
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