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Thu Oct 16 17:52:21 2014 UTClccn-n500766840.22Scarcity and planning0.470.96Backgrounder /136014942n 50076684110399np-kahn, terryKahn, Terrylccn-n80126331Hayek, Friedrich A. von(Friedrich August)1899-1992lccn-n80036604Walt Disney Educational Media Companync-terry kahn organizationTerry Kahn Organizationnc-supreme court projectSupreme Court Projectlccn-n2001128116Idea Channel (Firm)lccn-n80109901CaliforniaSupreme Courtlccn-n80062928Johnson, Phillip E.1940-nc-idea channelIdea Channellccn-n50043777Bork, Robert H.Foundation for Research in Economics and EducationInterviewsPeriodicalsEconomicsSupply and demandEconomistsHayek, Friedrich A. von--(Friedrich August),Great BritainMarketingCalifornia.--Supreme CourtJudges--ElectionCaliforniaAustriaProduction (Economic theory)Economics--PhilosophyJudges--Selection and appointmentWagesLaborWorking classLabor movementIndustrial managementCostCapitalismConsumption (Economics)ScarcityBusiness planningDemand (Economic theory)PricesInventoriesRight of propertyPollution--Economic aspectsProduction management197619771978197919851453849338.5K2100 J83 V.30, NO.3191ocn013142648book19850.88Johnson, Phillip EThe Court on trial : the California judicial election of 1986111ocn005645055visu19770.30Wages and productionApplies the principles of supply and demand to labor, showing how wage rates affect the kinds and amounts of labor services offered and the amount of those services demanded. Examines the factors involved in determining wage rates101ocn005644980visu19770.22Scarcity and planningIntroduces the economic concept of scarcity and the problem of organizing and coordinating labor to achieve the production of desired goods101ocn005645050visu19770.24DemandExplains the economic law of demand and illustrates factors such as price-effect, wealth, family size, and taste which affect the demand for a certain product101ocn005645053visu19770.29SupplyShows how the amount of a product produced and supplied depends on its market price, and how anticipated sales, selling prices, costs, and profits guide a potential producer102ocn005645047visu19770.24CostExplains the economic concept of opportunity cost using the costs of giving a party as an illustration82ocn014950200serial0.96BackgrounderPeriodicals82ocn003697306visu19770.22Market clearing priceExplains how the price of a product equates the amount demanded with the amount supplied of that product. Examines the role of inventories in helping to provide reliable supply at more predictable prices72ocn051873836visu19780.47A conversation between Friedrich von Hayek, PhD Economics, and James Buchanan, Professor, V.P.IInterviewsJames Buchanan interviews Austrian-born economist, Friedrich von Hayek, winner of the 1974 Nobel prize in economics72ocn048125421visu19780.63A Conversation between Friedrich von Hayek, PhD Economics and Axel Leijonhufvud Professor of Economics, UCLAInterviewsFriedrich von Hayek, Ph. D. Economics and Nobel prize winner, and Axel Leijonhufvud, Professor of Economics at UCLA, discuss Friedrich von Hayek's background and his contact with noted scholars who influenced his life and work. Hayek gives his opinion of what economic students should learn, and opines about the university system in general. He discusses how the university system has changed over time, and how scholars formerly studied more than one field. He comments on the specialization evident in current academia, and how academics no longer have the technique of learning multiple subjects. Hayek also talks about the intellectual circles he traveled in his native Austria, and his opinion of the intellectuals with whom he studied there. Hayek reminisces on his first economic paper about how a nation might have a sort of "double government," and he explains how his interests have strangely come full circle. Hayek describes how intellectual forces came to dominate his life, and describes both his literary and personal influences. He gives his opinion of whether there was an Austrian School of Economics, and about the revival of interest in that school. Finally, he gives his opinion of the theory of markets as an a priori system71ocn005645058visu19770.23Property rights and pollutionShows how the exchange of well-defined property rights can direct goods to their highest valued uses, and contrasts this with the difficulties encountered when property rights are not well defined or exchangeable. Illustrates this concept in the context of air and water usage62ocn046831927visu19780.47A conversation between Frederich [i.e. Friedrich] von Hayek ... and Judge Robert H. BorkInterviewsJudge Robert Bork interviews Austrian-born British economist Friedrich von Hayek, winner of the 1974 Nobel prize in economics32ocn051874136visu19780.92A conversation between Friedrich von Hayek, PhD Economics, and Armen Alchian, Professor of Economics, UCLAInterviewsArmen Alchian interviews Austrian-born economist, Friedrich von Hayek, winner of the 1974 Nobel prize in economics32ocn051874244visu19780.47A conversation between Friedrich von Hayek, PhD Economics, and Jack High, graduate student, EconomicsInterviewsJack High interviews Austrian-born economist, Friedrich von Hayek, winner of the 1974 Nobel prize in economics22ocn650279146visu19780.47A conversation between Friedrich von Hayek, PhD Economics, and Robert Chitester, President, WQLNInterviewsRobert Chitester interviews Austrian-born economist Friederich von Hayek, winner of the 1974 Nobel prize in economics22ocn051868610visu19780.47A conversation between Friedrich von Hayek, PhD Economics, and Leo Rosten, authorInterviewsLeo Rosten interviews Austrian-born economist, Friedrich von Hayek, winner of the 1974 Nobel prize in economics22ocn051867706visu19780.47A conversation between Friedrich von Hayek, PhD Economics, and Tom HazlettInterviewsTom Hazlett interviews Austrian-born economist, Friederich von Hayeck, winner of the 1974 Nobel prize in economics11ocn861463725visu19770.47Wages and production11ocn755693265visu19780.47A conversation between Friedrich von Hayek, PHD Economics and Armen Alchian, Professor of Economics, UCLA11ocn755693266visu19780.47A conversation between Friedrich von Hayek, PHD Economics and Leo Rosten, authorThu Oct 16 15:34:06 EDT 2014batch10966