American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Hayek, Friedrich August von 1899-1992. Austrian-born British economist. He shared a 1974 Nobel Prize for work on the theory of optimum allocation of resources.
- n. English economist (born in Austria) noted for work on the optimum allocation of resources (1899-1992)
“Ms. SALMA HAYEK (Actress): (Foreign language spoken) BEAUBIEN: Paraphrasing the Irish-American John F. Kennedy, Hayek says, ask not what Mexico can do for you, but what you can do for Mexico.”
“The key thing in Hayek is systematic disorder across the time structure/capital structure of the economy, which can be caused by things other than the interest rate policies of a central bank.”
“Salma Hayek is also in negotiations to co-star to make sure the film is sexy enough (although she was unable to do anything to save her last film, Cirque du Freak).”
“Carla has been a part of bigger grossing films, but as a name, Salma Hayek is still has more awareness. themoviedoc”
“I think Salma Hayek is quite talented and has had impressive turns in movies like Frida and In The Time Of Butterflies.”
“Hayek is perhaps known among economists mainly for emphasizing the information and incentive content of the price system.”
“Hayek is saying that rigidity of relative wages impedes economic adjustment, which would mean that economic shocks would tend to cause unemployment.”
“My goodness, Hayek is an even more original political thinker than I had previously surmised.”
“Economics needs more humility after the current crisis and, as Sen says, Hayek is a crucial part of the dialectic within economics.”
“Hayek is not mentioned, nor is Newt Gingrich, so these are later additions.”
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