Has Tony Blair Turned Hayekian?
Posted by Chris Grocott in School of Business Blog on April 22, 2015
Lecturer in Management and Economic History at the School, Chris Grocott, reckons so. This year, I ran the inaugural third year BA Management Studies module ‘Organisations in Economic Context’. It analyses how the political economy over the past thirty years has had a profound effect on the state and trade unions, as well as on […]
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Addressing Liberty: Hayek, Gibraltar and The Road to Serfdom
Posted by Chris Grocott in School of Business Blog on February 4, 2015
Lecturer in Management and Economic History at the School, Chris Grocott, outlines a little known escapade of a largely known economist Friedrich Hayek’s ideas on how economies should be organised, or on how state power should be restrained, have affected us all. Daniel Stedman Jones’s Masters of the Universe selected Hayek, alongside Milton Friedman, […]
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