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Hannes H Gissurarson

Hannes

Hannes H. Gissurarson is Professor of Politics at the University of Iceland and Director of Research at RNH, the Icelandic Research Centre for Innovation and Economic Growth. The author of several books in Icelandic, English and Swedish, he has been on the governing boards of the Central Bank of Iceland and the Mont Pelerin Society and a Visiting Scholar or Professor at Stanford, UCLA, LUISS, George Mason and several other universities. He holds a D.Phil. in Politics from Oxford University and a B.A. and an M.A. in History and Philosophy from the University of Iceland. His most recent work is Twenty-Four Conservative-Liberal Thinkers (2020) in 884 pages, first and second volume.

Cultural Capital, Not Race

Black Liberty Matters

10 May 2021

Personal Recollections

Hayek in Oxford and London

9 May 2021

The 1980 Visit

Hayek in Iceland

8 May 2021

4 May 1979: a turning point

Thatcher: She Changed the World

4 May 2021

Absurd Claims about Iceland

Refusing to Correct Errors: voxeu on Iceland

20 April 2021

Iceland is not a failed state

The Corrections voxeu Refused to Publish

16 April 2021

Israeli Independence Day

Israel as a Nation-State

15 April 2021

Response to a Finnish Scholar

Iceland: Not a Corrupt Country

13 April 2021

A frequent and welcome visitor

Prince Philip and Iceland

12 April 2021

China, the EU and Capitalism

Political Lessons from the Pandemic

25 March 2021

Eloquent opponent of slavery

Adam Smith, of All People

18 March 2021

Reciprocal control by monarchy

The Case For Monarchy, and Against Meghan

11 March 2021

Protectionists Refuted

Free Trade Benefits Developing Countries

9 March 2021

Richard Krebs’ Turbulent Life

An Explosive Account of the Interwar Years

2 March 2021

Founded Austrian Economics

Menger’s Many Lessons

26 February 2021

Capitalism best for the poor

Where Rawls was Wrong

22 February 2021

Socialism Failed Everywhere!

Socialist Failures: Explained by Mises

21 February 2021

Spano Should Resign

Unresolved Scandal at the ECtHR

20 February 2021

30 years of friendship

Congratulations, Lithuania!

14 February 2021

Exposed the inconsistencies

Refuted Marxism: Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk

12 February 2021

Two powerful ideas

Why Include Rand?

2 February 2021

Comprehensive Liberal Reforms

David Oddsson: Iceland’s Most Successful Politician

17 January 2021

Three Profound Insights

Lord Acton: Still Relevant

10 January 2021

Trump’s record was decent

Trump: Good President, Bad Loser

7 January 2021

UK should reclaim her EEZ

The Folly of the Common Fisheries Policy

10 December 2020

Churchill visited in 1941

Churchill in Iceland

30 November 2020

A Caricature, Not a Portrayal

The Real Thatcher: Not in The Crown

29 November 2020

Why vote against, and not for?

The Paradox of the Anti-Vote

18 November 2020

Nozick: remarkable thinker

Nozick and the Experience Machine

16 November 2020

No Democratic Landslide

U.S. Election Results: Could Have Been Worse

11 November 2020