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Welcome to my homepage.  Here you will find the papers and research I am working on and other items which might be of varying degrees of interest to you. 

You can also find a link to helpful information on the courses I teach, including the syllabi. 

Thanks again,


Brooklyn, New York  USA

contact:  cameron_weber@hotmail.com



"Myths of the 1 Percent: What Puts Some People at the Top", J. Rothwell, NYT,  November 24, 2017.  Those working in sectors protected from competition by government policy continuously receive super-profits and capture wealth faster than everyone else. 

Edmund Phelps, New York Review of Books, "What is Wrong with the West's Economies?", August 2015. Utilitarian and Rawlsian philosophies as manifested in policy in the modern welfare state has reduced self-determination, entrepreneurship and human creativity.   

"Monopoly Isn't Always What We Think It Is", J.R. Rogers, Law & Liberty, November 2018.  If there are no barriers to entry, there is no monopoly. And who best to limit competition but the state with it's monopoloy on legal coercion. 

"In Money We Trust?", New Special from PBS, January 2019. Like anything, lack of competition gives a poor product at a high price.

"Digital Economics", Goldfarb & Tucker, Journal of Economic Literature, March 2019. We are in a new economy, one of perhaps epochal significance, and which can be of great interest to theoriticians of economic thought in many fields. A well-done concise survey.


For fans of economics, here is a photo of the Economics Faculty building in Belgrade, Serbia (the center of economics for the former Yugoslavia).





 From BYO Records, UK and from Nancy Folbre's website.





Here's Hayek's 1944 Road to Serfdom in cartoons, courtesy of the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE). 


Paul Kelpe, Machinery (Abstract #2), 1933-34.





 Thorstein Veblen, a great economist and more.




Veblen's "Why is Economics not an Evolutionary Science" (1898)

Hayek's "Use of Knowledge in Society" (1945)

Kreuger's "Political Economy of the Rent-Seeking Society" (1974)

Rothbard's "Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy" (1995 / 2011)


Keynes v. Hayek rap video, Part I: "Fear the Boom and Bust"

Keynes v. Hayek rap video, Part II: "Fight of the Century"

Milton Friedman "On Greed" and on "Abolishing the Central Bank"

James Buchanan and F.A. Hayek discuss science and method and ambition


For those interested in both theology and political economy, here is a classic piece, "Market as God" by Harvey Cox in the Atlantic (1999), recently (early 2018) circulated by Anwar Shaikh at the New School for Social Research. Where Cox has it wrong though is that bailouts are not a 'market correction', a market correction is allowing bancrupt assets to go bancrupt. 


This is a great news compiler and source of independent commentary on current events and classical liberal philosophy and policy: rationalreview.org



"Liberalisam, or social democracy, unraveled with stagflation and ungovernability in the 1970s....Keynesian/social democratic policymakers succumbed to hubris, an intellectual corruption that convinced them they possessed the knowledge and the tools to manage and control the economy and society from the top. This was the malady against which Hayek had inveighed in his classic The Road to Serfdom (1944)."

- Robert Skidelsky Money and Government: The Past and Future of Economics (2018)