Jesús Huerta de Soto

Lessons in Economics with Jesús Huerta de Soto (www.jesushuertadesoto.com),
Professor of Political Economy at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain.

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Day 35

1/7. The Difference between a LAW and a Command.

Reference Text

 F. A. Hayek, "Laws, Commands, and Order,"
chap. 10 in The Constitution of Liberty

    


2/7. The Different Processes of Social Coordination Sparked by LAWS versus Commands (1/5): Liberty, Ends, and Social Peace.

Reference Texts, by Friedrich A. Hayek

"Laws, Commands, and Order," chap. 10 in
The Constitution of Liberty and
"The Market Order or Catallaxy," chap. 10 in
Law, Legislation, and Liberty, vol. 2.


3/7. The Different Processes of Social Coordination Sparked by LAWS versus Commands (2/5): The Type of Order Which Emerges from Each.

Reference Texts, by Friedrich A. Hayek

"Laws, Commands, and Order," chap. 10 in
The Constitution of Liberty and
"The Market Order or Catallaxy," chap. 10 in
Law, Legislation, and Liberty, vol. 2.

 


4/7. The Different Processes of Social Coordination Sparked by LAWS versus Commands (3/5): Justice.

Reference Texts, by Friedrich A. Hayek

"Laws, Commands, and Order," chap. 10 in
The Constitution of Liberty and
"The Market Order or Catallaxy," chap. 10 in
Law, Legislation, and Liberty, vol. 2.
 


5/7. The Different Processes of Social Coordination Sparked by LAWS versus Commands (4/5): The Political and Economic Systems They Give Rise To and Privileged Special-Interest Groups.

Reference Texts, by Friedrich A. Hayek

"Laws, Commands, and Order," chap. 10 in
The Constitution of Liberty and
"The Market Order or Catallaxy," chap. 10 in
Law, Legislation, and Liberty, vol. 2.
 


6/7. The Different Processes of Social Coordination Sparked by LAWS versus Commands (5/5): Open Societies and Closed Societies.

Reference Text

 F. A. Hayek, "The Discipline of Abstract Rules
and the Emotions of the Tribal Society,"
chap. 11 in Law, Legislation, and Liberty, vol. 2.


7/7. The Relation between Economic Freedom and Political Freedom.

Reference Text

Milton Friedman,
"The Relation between Economic Freedom
and Political Freedom," chap. 1 in
Capitalism and Freedom.


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