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  1. The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism (The Collected Works of F. A. Hayek) by F. A. Hayek, 1991-10-04
  2. The Economics of Friedrich Hayek, Second Edition by G.R. Steele, 2007-02-15
  3. Camino de servidumbre / The Road to Serfdom: Tax free (El Libro De Bolsillo / the Pocket Book) (Spanish Edition) by Friedrich A. Hayek, 2005-06-30
  4. CONVERSATIONS WITH GREAT ECONOMISTS: Friedrich A. Hayek, John Hicks, Nicholas Kaldor, Leonid V.Kantorovich, Joan Robinson, Paul A.Samuelson, Jan Tinbergen by Diego Pizano, 2009-09-23
  5. (THE ROAD TO SERFDOM) Text and Documents by Hayek, Friedrich A. Von(Author)Paperback{The Road to Serfdom: Text and Documents} on01-Mar-2007 by Friedrich A. Von Hayek, 2007-03-01
  6. Friedrich Hayek: A Biography by Alan Ebenstein, 2003-04-15
  7. Constitution of Liberty by Friedrich Hayek, 1978-10
  8. Law Legislation and Liberty by Friedrich A. Von Hayek, 1973-10
  9. Hayek on Liberty by John Gray, 1998-06-05
  10. HAYEK ON HAYEK: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL DIALOGUE (Collected Works of F. A. Hayek) by F A HAYEK, 2008-11-30
  11. Hayek's Journey: The Mind of Friedrich Hayek by Dr. Alan Ebenstein, Alan Ebenstein, 2003-07-01
  12. Studies on the Abuse and Decline of Reason: Text and Documents (The Collected Works of F. A. Hayek) by F. A. Hayek, 2010-03-15
  13. Good Money: The New World (Hayek, Friedrich A. Von,Works. V. 5) by F. A. Hayek, 1999-06-15
  14. New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas by Friedrich Hayek, 1985-07

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2. Friedrich A. Hayek
Friedrich A. Hayek (18991992). As a defender of the free market and of classical liberal (i.e. libertarian) principles, F.A. Hayek lived to see his
Friedrich A. Hayek (1899-1992)
As a defender of the free market and of classical liberal (i.e. libertarian) principles, F.A. Hayek lived to see his doctrine and warnings justified by the failure of command and socialist economies in the late 1980's. The influence of the Kant-Friesian tradition on Hayek is evident in his use of two precepts: Hume's principle that the propositions of ethics cannot be proven, and Popper's principle that scientific knowledge proceeds by falsification, not by verification. Hume's principle was really just a reformulation of Aristotle's doctrine that the first principles of demonstration cannot themselves, by definition, be proven. Kant's conception of synthetic a priori propositions thus sought the truth of such propositions in some external ground that would unite subjects and predicates whose meanings are not analytically related. Hume is commonly misunderstood to doubt the reality of the principle of causality or of moral propositons expressing "oughts"; but Kant realized that Hume had no doubt of the truth of such matters and famously said that Hume's critics (showing little more understanding than many of his advocates today), "were ever taking for granted that which he doubted, and demonstrating with zeal and often with impudence that which he never thought of doubting..." [

Friedrich August von Hayek (1899 ), a central figure in twentieth-century economics and foremost representative of the Austrian tradition,

    John Eatwell, Murray Milgate, and Peter Newman, eds.
    The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics London: Macmillan Press Ltd., 1987, pp. 609-614
    Friedrich August von Hayek by Roger W. Garrison and Israel Kirzner I. Introduction
    During the late 1930s and early 1940s Hayek's research focused on the role of knowledge and discovery in market processes, and on the methodological underpinnings of the Austrian tradition, particularly subjectivism and methodological individualism. His contributions in these areas were an outgrowth of his participation in the debate over the possibility of economic calculation under socialism.
    In 1950 Hayek moved to the United States joining the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago. His research there engaged the broader concerns of social, political and legal philosophy. He returned to Europe in 1962 with appointments at the University of Freiburg, West Germany, and then (1969) at the University of Salzburg, Austria. Since 1977 Hayek has resided in Freiburg.
    Hayek's scholarly output spans more than six decades. Still growing in the mid 1980s, his bibliography (Gray, 1984) includes eighteen books, twenty-five pamphlets, sixteen books edited or introduced, and two hundred thirty-five articles. Although these publications have brought Hayek international renown and honors in several disciplines, his contributions to other social sciences emerged, to a significant degree, as extensions of his scholarship in the field of economics and its methodological foundations. The following survey refers rather narrowly to the career and contributions of Hayek the economist.

4. Friedrich August Von Hayek - Wikipedia
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    Friedrich August von Hayek (2.v.r.) im Gespr¤ch mit (v.l.) Andrew Melnyk, Chandran Kukathas und Hannes H³lmsteinn Gissurarson im Jesus College Oxford , Fr¼hling 1985. Foto von Marie Gray. Friedrich August von Hayek war der ¤lteste von drei S¶hnen des Arztes und Botanikprofessors der Universit¤t Wien August von Hayek und von dessen Frau Felicitas (geborene Juraschek). Die Familie stammte aus dem kleinen Milit¤r- und Beamtenadel und war m¼tterlicherseits einigermaŸen beg¼tert. Der Vater von Hayeks Mutter, Franz von Juraschek war Professor und wurde sp¤ter zum Pr¤sidenten der statistischen Zentralkommission ernannt. Eugen von B¶hm-Bawerk war h¤ufiger Gast im Hayek'schen Elternhaus. In seiner Kindheit interessierte sich Friedrich (von den Eltern Fritz genannt) zun¤chst vor allem f¼r Mineralogie, Insektenkunde und Botanik. Sp¤ter folgte ein Interesse f¼r Fossile und f¼r die

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7. Friedrich Hayek - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Friedrich August von Hayek, 1889-1992
Among the most masterful and insightful of 20th Century economists, Friedrich A. von Hayek alone could have stood shoulder-to-shoulder with his great rival, J.M. Keynes . Trained by Wieser and Böhm-Bawerk in the Austrian tradition at Vienna, F.A. Hayek nonetheless carved a distinct spot in the economic pantheon - in some ways more different from the Austrian School than that of his friend and intellectual companion, Ludwig von Mises After some fundamental early contributions (e.g. his 1928 article is often credited with having introduced the concept of a fully intertemporal equilibrium), Hayek's early work was primarily in monetary cycle theory (1929, 1931, 1939). Drawing upon the "cumulative process" of Knut Wicksell and a Continental tradition of multi-sectoral overinvestment models, Hayek argued that when finance permitted investment to be greater than savings, then both desired investment and consumption demand cannot be met by actual output - thus there will be "forced saving"

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If any twentieth-century economist was a Renaissance man, it was Friedrich Hayek. He made fundamental contributions in political theory, psychology, and economics. In a field where the relevance of ideas often is eclipsed by expansions on an initial theory, many of his contributions are so remarkable that people still read them over forty years after they were written. Many graduate economics students today, for example, study his articles from the thirties and forties on economics and knowledge, deriving insights that some of their elders in the economics profession still do not totally understand. It would not be surprising if a substantial minority of economists still read and learn from his articles in the year 2050. Hayek was the best-known advocate of what is now called Austrian economics. He was, in fact, the only major recent member of the Austrian school who was actually born and raised in Austria. After World War I Hayek earned his doctorates in law and political science at the University of Vienna. Afterward he, together with other young economists, Gottfried Haberler, Fritz Machlup,

10. Salma Hayek Vs. Friedrich Hayek Scorecard
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The Salma Hayek versus Friedrich Hayek Scorecard
So, you're an intellectual who appreciates the subjectivist economic theory and classical liberal political theory of Friedrich Hayek. And you're also a moviegoer who appreciates the exotic allure of Mexican screen goddess Salma Hayek. But who would win, if they went head to head? Lucky for you, I'm keeping score.
Salma Hayek Friedrich Hayek Age ...and the edge goes to... 34 years old, alive for all of them 101 years old, dead for the last eight Salma Nominee, Best Kiss (for "Desperado"), MTV Movie Awards, 1996 Nobel laureate in economic science, 1974 Friedrich Distance Traveled From Veracruz, Mexico to the U.S. From Vienna, Austria to the U.S. by way of Great Britain Friedrich Entertainment Value "Desperado"; "From Dusk til Dawn" Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle; Prices and Production Salma Number of Works 23 movies and a Mexican soap opera 25 books and 130 articles Friedrich Appearance Named by People Magazine as one of world's 50 most beautiful people, 1996 Large nose and funny mustache Salma Philosophical Depth "I keep waiting to meet a man who has more balls than I do."

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12. Friedrich August Von Hayek Winner Of The 1974 Nobel Prize In Economics
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1974 Nobel Laureate in Economics
    for their pioneering work in the theory of money and economic fluctuations and for their penetrating analysis of the interdependence of economic, social and institutional phenomena.

    Place of Birth: Vienna, Austria
    Residence: Great Britain
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13. Friedrich August Von Hayek - Prize Lecture
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Friedrich August von Hayek
The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 1974
Prize Lecture
Lecture to the memory of Alfred Nobel, December 11, 1974
The Pretence of Knowledge
The particular occasion of this lecture, combined with the chief practical problem which economists have to face today, have made the choice of its topic almost inevitable. On the one hand the still recent establishment of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science marks a significant step in the process by which, in the opinion of the general public, economics has been conceded some of the dignity and prestige of the physical sciences. On the other hand, the economists are at this moment called upon to say how to extricate the free world from the serious threat of accelerating inflation which, it must be admitted, has been brought about by policies which the majority of economists recommended and even urged governments to pursue. We have indeed at the moment little cause for pride: as a profession we have made a mess of things. It seems to me that this failure of the economists to guide policy more successfully is closely connected with their propensity to imitate as closely as possible the procedures of the brilliantly successful physical sciences - an attempt which in our field may lead to outright error. It is an approach which has come to be described as the "scientistic" attitude - an attitude which, as I defined it some thirty years ago, "is decidedly unscientific in the true sense of the word, since it involves a mechanical and uncritical application of habits of thought to fields different from those in which they have been formed."

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Samuel Brittanwho I believe is extremely perceptive and penetrating (although not at all unsympathetic)on friedrich hayek. From hayek, Freedom
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Moral Philosophy Samuel Brittanwho I believe is extremely perceptive and penetrating (although not at all unsympathetic)on Friedrich Hayek. From "Hayek, Freedom, and Interest Groups," in The Role and Limits of Government (London: Maurice Temple Smith, 1983): The first page of the first chapter of Hayek's own Constitution of Liberty starts with the sentence: We are concerned in this book with that condition of men in which coercion of some by others is reduced as much as possible. He contrasts his idea of freedom with Ignatius Loyola's of the Jesuit who should be 'as soft wax' in the hands of his superior.... Yet... the Epilogue of the final volume of his last major work, Law, Legislation, and Liberty , includes a fierce denunciation of permissiveness in general and educational permissiveness in particular.... [I]t is remarkable that someone who wishes to reduce the role of coercion in human affairs should express unqualified hostility to those who wish to reduce the role of coercion in the bringing-up of young people.... The most revealing part of Law, Legislation, and Liberty

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H-; hayek, friedrich A. (1900-92) Born in Vienna, Professor hayek was the director of the Austrian Institute for Economic Research (1927-31);
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Buchanan, a professor of economics, was the Nobel Laureate in Economic Science in 1986. I recommend Buchanan's work, The Limits of Liberty (University of Chicago Press, 1975).

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Professor of Political Economy at Oxford (1891-1922), Edgeworth is reputed to be the Father of the mathematical school of economics ( Heilbroner , p. 164.) Edgeworth is best known for his book, Mathematical Psychics (1881). As to Edgeworth's formulae, Heilbroner was of the view: "Considerations so abstract, it would of course be ridiculous to fling upon the floodtide of practical politics." (p. 166.)
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Quantity Theory of Money (1956) and A Monetary History of the United States
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16. Friedrich The Great - The Boston Globe
It s an intellectual biography of friedrich hayek, replied Caldwell, a professor at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. He got a blank look.
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Dismissed by critics as a free-market extremist, economist Friedrich Hayek is gaining new attention as a forerunner of cognitive psychology, information theory, even postmodernism. A reintroduction to one of the most important thinkers you've barely heard of.
January 11, 2004 AT A RECENT think-tank luncheon in Raleigh, economist Bruce J. Caldwell chatted with a local lawyer active in Democratic party circles. The man asked Caldwell what his new book was about. "It's an intellectual biography of Friedrich Hayek," replied Caldwell, a professor at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. He got a blank look. "He was an economist. A libertarian economist." What an understatement. Hayek, who died in 1992, was not just any economist. He won the Nobel Prize in economics in 1974. His 1945 article, "The Use of Knowledge in Society," is a touchstone work on the role of prices in coordinating dispersed information. His 1944 bestseller "The Road to Serfdom" helped catalyze the free-market political movement in the United States and continues to sell thousands of copies a year. Economist Milton Friedman calls him "the most important social thinker of the 20th century." Hayek's most significant contribution, he explains, "was to make clear how our present complex social structure is not the result of the intended actions of individuals but of the unintended consequences of individual interactions over a long period of time, the product of social evolution, not of deliberate planning."

17. Liberty Guide
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Friedrich Hayek Expert Areas Academic Disciplines Economics F. A. Hayek was a Nobel-winning Austrian economist renowned for both his popular arguments against collectivism in The Road to Serfdom and his scholarly work on the business cycle, the function of prices and the nature of spontaneously emerging social orders. Hayek studied economics at the University of Vienna under Wieser and later under Mises in the Austrian bureaucracy and at the Institute for Business Cycle Research, which he helped Mises to found. On the basis of his work on the business cycle encapsulated in Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle , Hayek was offered a presitigious professorship at the University of London, where he wrote The Road to Serfdom and conducted a famous debate with John Maynard Keynes.

18. Friedrich A. Hayek: A Centenary Appreciation | The Foundation For Economic Educa
In February 1931, friedrich August von hayek had arrived in England from Vienna, Austria, to deliver a series of lectures at the London School of Economics.

19. Up From Serfdom: Friedrich A. Hayek And The Defense Of Liberty
Up from Serfdom friedrich A. hayek and the Defense of Liberty Richard M. Ebeling, August 1992.
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Up from Serfdom: Friedrich A. Hayek and the Defense of Liberty
by Richard M. Ebeling , August 1992 Friedrich August von Hayek was one of the greatest economists and political philosophers of the 20th century. After Ludwig von Mises, Professor Hayek was the leading figure of the Austrian School of Economics during the last six decades. He also was one of the most profound defenders of liberty during the last two hundred years. With his death on March 23,1992, an era ends. Born on May 8,1899, Professor Hayek served in the Austro-Hungarian Army during the First World War, seeing action on the Italian front. At the end of the war, he returned to Vienna and earned a doctorate in law, with an emphasis in economics. He then acquired another doctorate in political science. In 1923, he became an assistant to Ludwig von Mises at the Austrian Reparations Commission, and in 1927, they founded the Austrian Institute for Business Cycle Research, with Hayek as the director and Mises serving as the executive vice president. In 1929, Hayek published Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle and an article on "The Paradox of Savings." As a result, he was invited by the London School of Economics to deliver a series of lectures, which were published in 1931 as Prices and Production. The success of these lectures also resulted in his being appointed the Tooke Professor of Economics and Statistics at the University of London, a position he held until 1948. While in England, Hayek published Monetary Nationalism and International Stability (1937), Profits, Interest and investment (1939), The Road to Serfdom (1944), and Individualism and Economic Order (1948); and he edited Collectivist Economic Planning (1935).In 1947, he brought together many of the leading proponents in the world of classical liberalism and economic liberty for a conference at Mont Pelerin, Switzerland, and founded the Mont Pelerin Society.

20. Friedrich Von Hayek - Liberal Thinkers - Liberalism
friedrich August von hayek´s role in the late 20th century collapse of socialism can be compared to the role Adam Smith played in 18th century enlightenment

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