Faith-Based Economics

Part of the Archival Insights into the Evolution of Economics book series (AIEE)


The official Hayek biographer is funded by the John W. Pope Foundation which ‘supports organizations that work to advance free enterprise and teach the next generation about the blessings of liberty’ and is the sixth largest contributor to what Robert Brulle describes as the ‘Climate Change Counter Movement.’ Between 2007 and 2011, the Koch brothers donated $30.5 million to 221 colleges and universities, usually to fund Austrian School ‘academic’ programs. According to the Godfather of Austrian economic ‘science,’ ‘A logically competent defense of a free society requires divinely revealed information; all other defenses fail’—the defense of a ‘free’ society rests on ‘revelation.’ This chapter examines Austrian economics in the context of the aspirations of those who promote it.


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