The Use of Knowledge in Society
Can one person or a group of people know everything necessary to make an economy function? Join the Mises Circle as we examine Hayek’s classic essay, “The Use of Knowledge in Society.”
Friedrich Hayek argued that distributed knowledge in a free market is what allows social coordination to happen, not central planning.
The article is freely available via the Ludwig von Mises Institute:
When: Monday, April 23rd at 7pm
Where: Waggener 308