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Mostrando postagens com marcador Hayek. Mostrar todas as postagens
Mostrando postagens com marcador Hayek. Mostrar todas as postagens

terça-feira, 11 de junho de 2019

Grandes economistas no Google Scholar: Adam Smith, Keynes, Hayek, Friedman, Marx

Eis, pela ordem, os economistas mais citados por outros economistas, segundo a volumetria do Google Scholar (coloquei os percentuais dos demais economistas em relação a um hipotético benchmark de 100% para Adam Smith, o mais citado de todos: 

1. Adam Smith (100%).
2. John Maynard Keynes (73%)
3. Friedrich von Hayek (34%)
4. Milton Friedman (22%)
5. Karl Marx (20%)

segunda-feira, 1 de março de 2010

1729) Mont Pelerin Society - Hayek contest

From: Mont Pelerin Society [mailto:mps@heritage.org]
Date: Friday, February 26 2010 14:52
Subject: Mont Pelerin Society-Hayek Essay Contest

Dear MPS Members:

As you know, the MPS 2010 General Meeting in Sydney, Australia is quickly approaching. I anticipate a wonderful program, and hope that you are beginning to make your travel plans. Along with the General Meeting comes the Friedrich A. Hayek Essay Contest. The essay contest will officially be announced on March 1st, although preliminary information can now be found on the website. Again, this year we are asking our members to help get the word out about the Hayek Essay.

I have attached a flyer with all pertinent information. I ask that you present this at your university campus, around your place of business, or to specific individuals that you think display the promise of writing a winning essay! I encourage you to promote the essay contest in your home country, as the contest is open to all young adults around the world. If you have any questions about the contest, please email mps@heritage.org.

Also, while I have your attention, we are making an effort to update our membership directory with correct and complete contact information. At this time, if you could send your email “signature”, business card, or other contact information that you would like in the directory, it would really help us out!

Deepak Lal

The Board of Directors of the Mont Pelerin Society Announces
Friedrich A. Hayek Fellowships
(Sydney, Australia – October 10-15, 2010)

Examine whether authoritarian capitalism is a viable alternative to its Western liberal version, to promote long term economic growth and development.
First prize: $2500 cash award + travel grant*
Second prize: $1500 cash award + travel grant*
Third prize: $1000 cash award + travel grant*
Visit www.montpelerin.org for more information on the Hayek Essay contest
Visit www.mps2010.org for more information on the Mont Pelerin Society General Meeting

The Hayek Essay Contest is open to all individuals 35 years old or younger.
Entrants should write a 5,000 word (maximum) essay. Essays are due on May 31, 2010 and the winners will be announced on July 15, 2010. Essays should be submitted in English only. Electronic versions should be sent to:
Prizes are given to the top three essays and include a Hayek Fellow cash award plus a travel grant* to our Society’s next General Meeting in Sydney on October 10-15, 2010. The essays will be judged by an international panel of three senior members of the Society.
*Travel grant includes coach class airfare, registration fee, and some meals. Hotel, food, and other expenses will be the responsibility of the attendee.
Made possible by a generous gift from the Aequus Institute