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2 INSTITUTIONS, ECONOMIC FREEDOM, AND ROBUSTNESS In his most recent book, The Pandemic Century (2020), medical historian Mark Hongisbaum chronicles the series of pandemics that have gripped the world, from the Spanish Flu of 1918 to the current COVID‐19 pandemic, and the processes of containing their spread. In spite of the improvements in epidemiology to understand the causes of infectious diseases, as well as advances in medical technology that resulted in greater preparedness against the spread of infectious disease, nevertheless, they have always taken us by surprise. From this historical perspective, the question with regard to the future of pandemics is not if we can predict the outbreak of another infectious disease, but how prepared we are to absorb and recover from unanticipated negative consequences. In terms of economic analysis, the distinction is not one regarding the ability to calculate risk, the probability of particular outcome, or a “known unknown.” Rather, the economic analysis of pandemics must be framed in terms of uncertainty, or “a phenomenon that produces overlapping distributions of potential outcomes” (Alchian, 1950 , p. 212, fn. 5; see also Knight, 1921 ), or a “unknown unknown.” The point here is not to sensationalize or otherwise exacerbate the psychological, social, or economic impact of pandemics. Rather, it's the opposite. If we understand that economic analysis begins with human choice in an open‐ended world of uncertainty, then our understanding of how alternative institutional arrangements generate different patterns of incentives and knowledge to sites cope with uncertainty lends itself directly to a robust political economy of pandemics. As Hayek argues, the roots of robust political economy run deep, tracing its intellectual origins back to classical political economists, such as Adam Smith. As Hayek states this point: [T]he main point about which there can be little doubt is that Smith's chief concern was not so much with what man might occasionally achieve when he was at his best but that he should have as little opportunity as possible to do harm when he was at his worst. It would scarcely be too much to claim that the main merit of the individualism which he and his contemporaries advocated is that it is a system under which bad men can do least harm. It is a social system which does not depend for its functioning on our finding good men for running it, or on all men becoming better than they now are, but which makes use of men in all their given variety and complexity, sometimes good and sometimes bad, sometimes intelligent and more often stupid (emphasis added, Hayek, 1948, pp. 11–12). Taking their cue from predecessors in classical political economy, Mises and Hayek argued for the productive superiority of a market economy, and simultaneously, against the impossibility of economic calculation under socialism, by relaxing the assumption of omniscience among actors within each system, and assessing systemic patterns of knowledge generated within an institutional framework of capitalism compared to that of socialism. Under the best‐case scenario, Mises and Hayek assumed central planners to be endowed perfect motivation as well as having at their disposal perfect knowledge of all technological possibilities at the point of policy inception (Mises, 1949  : 696). Nonetheless, outside the context of private property and the ability to exchange the means of production, market pricing in the means of production cannot emerge. Building on the insights of Mises and Hayek, Powell ( 2005 ) illustrates the deficiencies inherent to state planning, even of a non‐comprehensive nature. Though not framed explicitly in terms of a robust political economy approach, Powell ( 2005 ) makes this point implicitly in the context of assessing the causes of sustained economic growth among East Asian countries during the post‐WWII era, and the extent to which large increases in GDP per capita can be attributed to state development planning. Given that state development planning is unable to solve the knowledge problem of allocating scarce resources to their most valued consumer uses, as well as the high levels of economic freedom in Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan, “we can explain East Asia's growth despite the existence of some state planning” (emphasis original, 2005, p. 315; see also Lavoie 1985b). Lacking residual claimancy in their decision making, state planners are precluded from the knowledge generated through the market discovery process, knowledge which is not only tacit and dispersed (Hayek, 1945 ), but contextual to a particular time and place (Boettke, 1998 .https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/soej.12489