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  2. F.A. Hayek - Hayek’s intellectual contributions | Britannica

    Hayek’s writings span seven decades. He was professionally active through most of his adult life, and he contributed to a variety of disciplines, among them economics, political philosophy, psychology, the history of ideas, and the philosophy and methodology of the social sciences. Hayek was also controversial. A member of the Austrian school of economics, he was part of a tradition that was ...

  3. F.A. Hayek - The critique of socialism and the defense of ...

    Throughout his life Hayek criticized socialism, often contrasting it with a system of free markets. Although his earlier critiques were based on economic grounds, he later drew upon political, ethical, and other arguments in making his case. His economic arguments themselves had many dimensions. Hayek noted, for example, that market prices, which reflect the appraisal of millions of market ...

  4. Friedrich von Hayek summary | Britannica

    Below is the article summary. For the full article, see F.A. Hayek . Friedrich von Hayek, (born May 8, 1899, Vienna, Austria—died March 23, 1992, Freiburg, Ger.), Austrian-born British economist. He moved to London in 1931 and held positions at the University of London and the London School of Economics, becoming a British citizen in 1938.

  5. Why We Need Hayek Today - Foundation for Economic Education

    Economics F. A. Hayek classical liberalism Spontaneous Order Central Planning Road to Serfdom. One hundred and twenty years ago today, on May 8, 1899, Friedrich August von Hayek was born in Vienna. The 1974 Nobel Prize winner in economics would go on to live, as Peter Boettke puts it in his recent edition of Great Thinkers, quite the life.

  6. The Road to Serfdom - Wikipedia

    The Road to Serfdom. The Road to Serfdom ( German: Der Weg zur Knechtschaft) is a book written between 1940 and 1943 by Austrian-British economist and philosopher Friedrich Hayek. Since its publication in 1944, The Road to Serfdom has been popular among liberal (especially classical) and conservative thinkers, and remains referenced in modern ...

  7. 30+ Hayek Quotes That Everyone Should Read | Libertas Bella

    The Road to Serfdom Quotes. “To act on behalf of a group seems to free people of many of the moral restraints which control their behaviour as individuals within the group.”. – The Road to Serfd om by Friedrich Hayek. “Probably it is true enough that the great majority are rarely capable of thinking independently, that on most questions ...

  8. Friedrich Hayek - The School Of Life

    Friedrich August von Hayek (1899-1992) was a political economist who had a tremendous influence upon how people in capitalist societies understand the concept of liberty. Controversially, for Hayek ‘liberty’ did not mean democracy or a commitment to a set of ‘liberal’ ideals.

  9. The Denationalization of Money - Wikipedia

    The Denationalisation of Money is a 1976 book by Friedrich Hayek, in which the author advocated the establishment of competitively issued private moneys. In 1978 Hayek published a revised and enlarged edition entitled Denationalisation of Money: The Argument Refined, where he speculated that rather than entertaining an unmanageable number of currencies, markets would converge on one or only a ...

  10. Friedrich von Hayek and mechanism design -

    Friedrich von Hayek’s work was an important precursor to the modern theory of mechanism design. Indeed, Leonid Hurwicz – the father of the subject – was directly inspired by the Planning Controversy between Hayek and Ludwig von Mises on the Rev Austrian Econ (2015) 28:247–252 DOI 10.1007/s11138-015-0310-3

  11. Friedrich Hayek: in defence of dictatorship | openDemocracy

    Hayek intended his writings to serve as a wake-up call to defenders of liberalism. When such defenders took actions in support of private property, Hayek was unashamed in his support for them.

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