Valin verk síđustu ţriggja ára

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Viđ kennarar í stjórnmálafrćđideild vorum nýlega beđin ađ skila inn upplýsingum um áhugasviđ, menntun, starfsferil og valin verk síđustu ţriggja ára vegna sjálfsmats deildarinnar á ensku. Hér er framlag mitt, en mörgu varđ ađ sleppa, ţví ađ ţađ mátti ađeins vera ein blađsíđa:

Research Field: Political philosophy; political economy; contemporary history

Education

B.A. History and Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities, University of Iceland 1979.

cand.mag. History, Faculty of Humanities, University of Iceland 1982.

D.Phil. Politics, Faculty of Social Studies, University of Oxford 1985.

Employment

Director of Jon Thorlaksson Institute, 1983–93.

Professor of Politics, University of Iceland, 1988–

Member of the Board, Mont Pelerin Society, 1998–2004.

Member of the Board, Central Bank of Iceland, 2001–9.

Academic Director of RNH (Icelandic Research Centre for Innovation and Economic Growth), 2012–

Visiting Professor or Scholar, Stanford University, UCLA, George Mason University, LUISS (Rome).

Selected Publications (last three years)

Ólafur Björnsson [biography of a leading Icelandic economist]. Andvari, 141 (2016), 11–74.

The Nordic Models. Brussels: New Direction, 2016. 107 pp.

In Defence of Small States. Brussels: New Direction, 2016. 82 pp.

Saga stjórnmálakenninga [History of Political Thought]. Reykjavík: Almenna bókafélagiđ, 2016. 352 pp.

No Wrongdoing: The First Casualty of the Panama Papers. Cayman Financial Review, 43 (2016), 14–15.

The Saga of Egil [condensation of Egils saga]. Reykjavík: Almenna bókafélagiđ, 2016.

Liberalism in Iceland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Econ Journal Watch, 14:3 (2017), 241–73.

Anti-Liberal Narratives about Iceland. Econ Journal Watch, 14:4 (2017), 362–92.

Marx in a Cold Climate. The Conservative, 3 (2017), 42–46.

Why Small Countries Are Richer and Happier. The Conservative, 4 (2017), 79–82.

Voices of the Victims: Towards a Historiography of Anti-Communist Literature. Brussels: New Direction, 2017. 61 pp.

Green Capitalism: How to Protect the Environment by Defining Private Property Rights. Brussels: New Direction, 2017. 69 pp.

Lessons for Europe from the Icelandic Bank Collapse. Brussels: New Direction, 2017. 93 pp.

The Saga of Gudrun [condensation of Laxdćla]. Reykjavík: Almenna bókafélagiđ, 2017. 58 pp.

The Saga of Burnt Njal [condensation of Brennu-Njáls saga]. Reykjavík: Almenna bókafélagiđ, 2017. 72 pp.

Icelandic Liberalism and Its Critics: A Rejoinder to Stefan Olafsson. Econ Journal Watch, 15:3 (2018), 322–50.

Two Germans in Iceland: The Jewess who Became an Icelander and the Nazi who Became a Communist. Totalitarianism, Deportation and Emigration. Proceedings of an international conference in Viljandi, Estonia, 2016, 58–73. Prague: Platform of European Memory and Conscience, 2018.

Totalitarianism in Europe: Three Case Studies. Brussels: ACRE, 2018. 50 pp.

Til varnar vestrćnni menningu: Rćđur sex rithöfunda 1950–1958 [Collection of speeches by prominent anti-communists]. Introduction (40 pp.) and Endnotes (70 pp.). Reykjavík: Almenna bókafélagiđ, 2018.

Foreign Factors in the 2008 Icelandic Bank Collapse. Report to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs. Reykjavík: Félagsvísindastofnun Háskóla Íslands, 2018. 211 pp.

Why Conservatives Should Support the Free Market. Brussels: New Direction, 2018. 65 pp.

Spending Other People’s Money: A Critique of Rawls, Piketty and Other Redistributionists. Brussels: New Direction, 2018. 103 pp.


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