Dear Deirdre, First off. Thank you for being unorthodox. Always an attractive quality in classical liberal people. I’m just getting started on your Virtues, and plan to make it the topic for one of my reading groups, namely the slightly anarchistic liberal reading group, as we call it. Liberal in the continental sense, of course. (more…)
GREECE: Lectures at Department of Economics, University of Athens
I don’t remember when was the last time I saw such a narcissistic website, self-congratulatory and self-obsessed. Perhaps in tandem with the author’s push of the idea of ethical capitalism, a lot of self-promotion does not go unnoticed.
Prof. McCloskey, I stumbled on your blog site by accident, but glad I did. I was a former undergrad econ student of yours back in the early 80s. I started out in political theory (John Nelson) and intellectual history (Alan Megil), took one of your courses on British Econ History and I’ve been hooked on (more…)
Dear Prof McCloskey, I read economics at Cambridge Univ. closing in on ten years ago and I am currently writing on my PhD in Evolutionary Economics. A part of which is related to gender issues in economic theory. While we were covering the UK Ind.Rev. as part of the Cambridge Tripos, I seem to recall (more…)
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