Thursday, February 26, 2009

Pathfinder: Chris Clancy's Chinese adventure

While on a Chinese theme, and as this site is dedicated to all things combining England with Austrianism, I thought I ought to mention the following.

Lew Rockwell is currently posting a really interesting series of essays by Chris Clancy, an ex-pat Brit who has spent the last five years in China, where he is now an Associate Professor of Financial Accounting at Zhongnan University of Economics and Law in Wuhan, Hubei Province, People's Republic of China.

Here are some of Chris's posts so far:

=> It’s Never Too Late (this describes Mr Clancy's discovery of Austrian economics, while he was in his second year in China)

=> It’s Really Never Too Late (this is a pre-amble to his description of life in China)

=> Walter Block Wins (on the evils of political correctness in the UK, and other places, and how this drove him to leave the sceptred isle)

=> Understanding Austrian Business Cycle Theory (an excellent road map on how to understand the ABCT)

=> Working in a Non-Welfare State: A Libertarian Would Love It – I Think! (the all-encompassing break from Blighty begins)

=> Getting On With It In China! (The first year in China)

I await the further postings of Mr. Clancy, with interest.

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