– Geldtheorie und Konjunkturtheorie. (Beitrage zur Konjunkturforschung, heraus-gegeben vom Österreichisches Institut für Konjunkturforschung, No. 1). Vienna and Leipzig: Hölder-Pichler-Tempsky, 1929/2, xii, 147 pp. (England 1933, Japan 1935, Spain 1936.) Translated into English by Lionel Robbins as Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle. London: Jonathan Cape, 1933, 244 pp. American edition, New York: Harcourt Brace & Co., 1933. Reprinted New York: Augustus M. Kelley, 1966.
– Studies in Economics and Political Science, edited by the director of the London School of Economics and Political Sciences. No. 107 in the series of Monographs by writers connected with the London School of Economics and Political Science.) London: Routledge & Sons, 1931/2, xv, 112 pp. 2nd revised and enlarged edition, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1935/9, also 1967 edition, xiv, 162 pp. American edition, New York: Macmillan, 1932.
The German essay, of which the following is a translation, represents an expanded version of a paper prepared for the meeting of the Verein für Sozialpolitik, held in Zurich in September… More
– Geneva, 1937; London: Longmans, Green (The Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, Publication Number 18), 1937, xiv, 94 pp. Reprinted New York: Augustus M. Kelley, 1964, 1971, 1974.
These seven works taken together represent the first integration and systematic elaboration of the Austrian theories of money, capital, business cycles, and comparative monetary… More
– London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1939/3, viii, 266 pp., also 1969 edition. Reprinted New York: Augustus M. Kelley, 1969, 1970; Clifton, New Jersey: Augustus M. Kelley, 1975.
From Preface: “The five lectures which are here reproduced are necessarily confined to certain aspects of the wide subject indicated by the title. They are printed essentially as they… More
– London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1941/2 (also 1950 edition); Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1941 (also 1950, 1952 and 1975 editions); xxxi, 454 pp. (Spain 1946, Japan 1951 and 1952).
From Preface: “The essays collected in this volume are a selection from the various attempts made in the course of the past ten years to improve and develop the outline of a theory of… More
– London: George Routledge & Sons, 1944/1945/20 (also 1969 edition); Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1944/1945/20 (also 1969 edition), 250 pp.
The Pure Theory of Capital, F. A. Hayek’s long-overlooked, little-understood volume, was his most detailed work in economic theory. Originally published in 1941 when fashionable economic… More
– London: George Routledge & Sons, 1948/5, also 1960, 1976; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1948/5, also 1969, 1976, vii, 272 pp.
An unimpeachable classic work in political philosophy, intellectual and cultural history, and economics, The Road to Serfdom has inspired and infuriated politicians, scholars, and general… More
– London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1951/1969; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1951/1969, 320 pp.
Excerpt: “Although the essays collected in this volume may at first appear to be concerned with a great variety of topics, I hope that the reader will soon discover that most of them… More
– Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1952, 255 pp; new edition New York, 1964; 2nd edition with 1959 Preface to German edition, Indianapolis, Indiana: Liberty Press, 1979, also available in Liberty Press paperback.
Excerpt: “The literary portrait which in the Autobiography John Stuart Mill has drawn for us of the woman who ultimately became his wife creates a strong wish to know more about her.… More
– London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1952; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1952, xxii, 209 pp; new edition 1963/1976. Reprinted Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Phonenix Book paperback, 1963 (out of print). University of Chicago Press has reissued the paperback in a Midway Reprint, 1976, with the Heinrich Klüver Introduction.
Early in the last century the successes of science led a group of French thinkers to apply the principles of science to the study of society. These thinkers purported to have discovered the… More
– Cairo: National Bank of Egypt, Fiftieth Anniversary Commemorative Lectures, 1955, 76 pp. Publication of four lectures Hayek delivered at the invitation of the National Bank of Egypt.
– London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1960; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960/1963/5 (also 1969 edition); Toronto: The University of Toronto Press, 1960, x, 570 pp. Also available in paperback: Chicago: Henry Regnery Co. Gateway Edition, 1972.
A great deal of explanation would be necessary were I to justify why an economist ventures to rush in where psychologists fear to tread. But this excursion into psychology has little… More
– London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1967/1969; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967/1969; Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1967/1969; x, 356 pp. Reprinted in paperback New York: Simon and Schuster Clarion Book, 1969.
From Introduction: “If old truths are to retain their hold on men’s minds, they must be restated in the language and concepts of successive generations. What at one time are… More
– Tübingen: Walter Eucken Institut (Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche und wirtschaftsrechliche Untersuchungen 5) J.C.B. Mohr/P. Siebeck, 1969, 284 pp.
– (3 volumes) London: Routledge & Kegan Paul; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1973, xi, 184 pp. A trilogy published in the following sequence:
The reason for the collection of essays presented here by Hayek is succinctly presented in the author’s preface: “This volume contains a selection from the work of the last… More
- Vol. I, Rules and Order, 1973
- Vol. II, The Mirage of Social Justice, 1976
- Vol. III, The Political Order of a Free People, 1979
– London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1978; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1978.
Law, Legislation and Liberty is the 1973 magnum opus in three volumes by Nobel laureate economist and political philosopher Friedrich Hayek. In it, Hayek further develops the philosophical… More
– William Warren Bartley, ed. The University of Chicago Press. 1991.
Excerpt: “On the whole the present volume deals again equally with problems of philosophy, politics and economics, though it proved to be a little more difficult to decide to which… More
Editorial Foreword Preface Introduction: Was Socialism a Mistake? 1. Between Instinct and Reason 2. The Origins of Liberty, Property and Justice 3. The Evolution of the Market: Trade and… More
– “Das Stabilisierungsproblem in Goldwährungsländern.” Zeitschrift für Volkswirtschaft und Sozialpolitik, N.S. 4 (1924).
– “Diskontopolitik und Warenpreise.” Der Österreichische Volkswirt 17 (1,2), (Vienna 1924).
– “Das amerikanische Bankwesen seit der Reform von 1914.” Der Österreichische Volkswirt 17 (29–33), (Vienna 1925).
– “Die Währungspolitik der Vereinigten Staaten seit der Überwindung der Krise von 1920.” Zeitschrift für Volkswirtschaft und Sozialpolitik. N.S. 5 (1925).
– “Bemerkungen zum Zurechnungsproblem.” Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 124 (1926): 1–18.
– “Die Bedeutung der Konjunkturforschung für das Wirtschaftsleben.” Der Österreichische Volkswirt 19 (2), (Vienna 1926).
– “Konjunkturforschung in Osterreich.” Die Industrie 32 (30), (Vienna 1927).
– "Zur Problemstellung der Zinstheorie." Archiv für Sozialwissenschaften und Sozialpolitik 58 (1927): 517-532.
– Hermann Heinrich Gossen. Entwicklung der Gesetze des menschlichen Verkehrs und der daraus fliessenden Regeln für menschliches Handeln. Introduced by Friedrich A. Hayek. 3rd edition. Berlin: Prager, 1927, xxiii, 278 pp.
– “Das intertemporale Gleichgewichtssystem der Preise und die Bewegungen des ‘Geldwertes.’” Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv 28 (1928): 33–76.
– “Einige Bemerkungen über das Verhältnis der Geldtheorie zur Konjunkturtheorie.” Schriften des Vereins für Sozialpolitik 173/2 (1928): 247–295.
– “Diskussionsbemerkungen über ‘Kredit und Konjunktur.’” Shriften des Vereins für Sozialpolitik 175, Verhandlungen 1928, (1928).
– “Theorie der Preistaxen.” Közgazdasági Enciklopédia, Budapest, 1929.
– Das Mieterschutzproblem, Nationalökonomische Betrachtungen. Vienna: Steyrermühl-Verlag, Bibliothek für Volkswirtschaft und Politik, No. 2, 1929.
– “Wirkungen der Mietzinbeschränkungen.” Munich: Schriften des Vereins für Sozialpolitik 182 (1930)
– “Bemerkungen zur vorstehenden Erwiderung Prof. Emil Lederers.” Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie 1 (5), (1930).
– “The Pure Theory of Money: A Rejoinder to Mr. Keynes.” Economica 11, no. 34 (November 1931): 398–403.
– "Money and Capital: A Reply to Mr. Sraffa.” Economic Journal 42 (June 1932): 237–249
“The Laws of Human Relationships and of the Rules to be Derived Therefrom for Human Action.” Cf.: A-15. Gossen’s (1810–1858) fame rests on this one book, first published in… More
– “A Note on the Development of the Doctrine of ‘Forced Saving’.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 47 (November 1932): 123–133.
Excerpt: “With an article devoted to a critical discussion of my Prices and Production, Mr. Sraffa has recently entered the arena of monetary controversy. There is no denying the fact… More
– “Reflections on the Pure Theory of Money of Mr. J. M. Keynes.” Economica 12 (February 1932 - Part II): 22–44.
– “Das Schicksal der Goldwährung.” Der Deutsche Volkswirt 6 (20), (1932).
– “Foreign Exchange Restrictions.” The Economist 6 (1932).
– “Kapitalaufzehrung.” Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv 36 (July 1932/II): 86–108.
– “Gossen, Hermann Heinrich.” Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan, 1932. Vol. 7, p. 3.
– “Macleod, Henry D.” Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan, 1933. Vol. 2, p. 30.
– “Norman, George W.” Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan, 1933. Vol. 2.
– “Über Neutrales Geld.” Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie 4 (October 1933).
– Contribution to Gustav Clausing, ed. Der Stand und die nächste Zukunft der Konjunkturforschung. Festschrift für Arthur Spiethoff. Munich: Duncker & Humblot, 1933.
– Beiträge zur Geldtheorie. Edited and prefaced by Friedrich A. Hayek. Contributions by Marco Fanno, Marius W. Holtrop, Johan G. Koopmans, Gunnar Myrdal, Knut Wicksell. Vienna, 1933.
– “Capital and Industrial Fluctuations.” Econometrica 2 (April 1934): 152–167.
Excerpt: “The enhanced interest in the problem of “forced saving,” due to recent developments in the theory of industrial fluctuations, has led to the discovery of so many more or… More
– “On the Relationship between Investment and Output.” Economic Journal 44 (1934): 207–231.
– “Carl Menger.” Economica N.S. 1 (November 1934): 393–420.
Excerpt: A sympathetic criticism of the kind to which the views of the present author have been subjected by Messrs Hansen and Tout in a recent issue of ECONOMETRICA, offers a welcome… More
– “Philippovich, Eugen von.” Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan, 1934. Vol. 12, p. 116.
– “Saving.” Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan, 1934. Vol. 13, pp. 548–552.
– “The Outlook for Interest Rates.” The Economist 7 (1934).
– “Stable Prices or Neutral Money.” The Economist 7 (1934).
– “A Regulated Gold Standard.” The Economist (May 11, 1935).
Excerpt: “The history of economics is full of tales of forgotten forerunners, men whose work had no effect and was only rediscovered after their main ideas had been made popular by… More
– “Spor miedzy szkola ‘Currency’ i szkola ‘Banking’.” Ekonomista 55 (Warsaw, 1935).
– “Edwin Cannan” (Obituary). Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie 6 (1935): 246–250.
– Collectivist Economic Planning: Critical Studies on the Possibilities of Socialism. Edited with an Introduction and a Concluding Essay by F. A. Hayek. Contributions by N. G. Pierson, Ludwig von Mises, Georg Halm, and Enrico Barone. London: George Routledge & Sons, 1935.
Excerpt: “It is still impossible to predict when conditions will make a solution of international currency problems appear practicable. This does not mean that it is too early to ask… More
– Boris Brutzkus. Economic Planning in Soviet Russia. Edited and prefaced by Friedrich A. Hayek. London: George Routledge & Sons, 1935; xvii, 234 pp.
Excerpt: “There is reason to believe that we are at last entering an era of reasoned discussion of what has long uncritically been assumed to be a reconstruction of society on… More
– “The Mythology of Capital.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 50 (1936): 199–228.
From a review: These two volumes, together with a translation (yet to appear) of Mises’ Die Gemeinwirtschaft, constitute a formidable counterattack by laissez-faire on all forms of… More
– “Technischer Fortschritt und Überkapazität.” Österreichische Zeitschrift für Bankwesen 1 (1936).
– “Utility Analysis and Interest.” Economic Journal 46 (1936): 44–60.
– “La situation monétaire internationale.” Bulletin Périodique de la Societé Belge d'Études et d'Expansion (Brussels), No. 103. (1936).
– “Economics and Knowledge.” Economica N.S. 4 (February 1937): 33–54.
Excerpt: “Professor Knight’s crusade against the concept of the period of investment revives a controversy which attracted much attention thirty and forty years ago but was not… More
– “Investment that Raises the Demand for Capital.” Review of Economic Statistics 19 (November 1937).
Excerpt: “The ambiguity of the title of this paper is not accidental. Its main subject is of course the role which assumptions and propositions about the knowledge possessed by the… More
– “Einleitung zu einer Kapitaltheorie.” Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie 8 (1937): 1–9.
– “Das Goldproblem.” Österreichische Zeitschrift für Bankwesen 2 (1937).
– “Freedom and the Economic System.” Contemporary Review (April 1938).
Excerpt: “The purpose of this article is to state a proposition which underlies the modern “monetary over-investment theories” of the trade cycle in a form in which, as… More
– "The Paradox of Saving," Profits, Interest and Investment: and Other Essays on The Theory on Industrial Fluctuations. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1939.
Excerpt: The link between classical liberalism and present-day Socialism — often still misnamed liberalism — is undoubtedly the belief that the consummation of individual freedom… More
– “Price Expectations, Monetary Disturbances and Malinvestments," Profits, Interest and Investment: and Other Essays on The Theory on Industrial Fluctuations. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1939.
Excerpt: “The assertion that saving renders the purchasing power of the consumer insufficient to take up the volume of current production, although made more often by members of the… More
– “The Maintenance of Capital,” Profits, Interest and Investment: and Other Essays on The Theory on Industrial Fluctuations. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1939.
Excerpt: “The most characteristic feature of the work of our generation of economists is probably the general endeavor to apply the methods and results of the pure theory of… More
– “Economic Conditions of Inter-State Federation.” New Commonwealth Quarterly 5 (London, 1939).
Excerpt: “The significance of the problem. It is not likely that in the whole field of economics there are many more concepts which are at the same time so generally used and so… More
– “Pricing versus Rationing.” The Banker 51 (London, September 1939).
– Henry Thornton. An Enquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain (1802). Edited and introduced by Friedrich A. Hayek. London: Allen and Unwin, 1939.
Excerpt: “It is rightly regarded as one of the great advantages of inter-state federation that it would do away with the impediments as to the movement of men, goods, and capital… More
– “Socialist Calculation: The Competitive ‘Solution’.” Economica N.S. 7 (May 1940): 125–149.
Excerpt: “To most of the contemporaries of Henry Thornton his authorship of the book which is now reprinted after one hundred and thirty-six years would by no means have been regarded… More
– “The Counter-Revolution of Science.” Parts I-III. Economica N.S. 8 (February - August 1941): 281–320.
Excerpt: “Two chapters in the discussion of the economics of socialism may now be regarded as closed. The first deals with the belief that socialism will dispense entirely with… More
– “Maintaining Capital Intact: A Reply [to Professor Pigou.]” Economica N.S. 8 (1941): 276–280.
Excerpt: “In the course of its slow development in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries the study of economic and social phenomena was guided in the choice of its methods in… More
– “Planning, Science and Freedom.” Nature 148 (November 15, 1941).
Excerpt: “Professor Pigou’s defense of the conception of “maintaining capital intact” consists essentially of two parts. The first is a restatement of his own attempt to… More
– “The Ricardo Effect.” Economica N.S. 9 (1942).
Excerpt: “The last ten years have witnessed in Great Britain a strong revival of a movement that for at least three generations has been a decisive force in the formation of opinion… More
– “Scientism and the Study of Society.” Part I: Economica N.S. 9 (1942). Part II: Economica 10 (1943). Part III: Economica 11 (1944).
Excerpt: “When in a recent essay on industrial fluctuations the author introduced “the familiar Ricardian proposition that a rise in wages will encourage capitalists to substitute… More
– “A Comment on an Article by Mr. Kaldor: ‘Professor Hayek and the Concertina Effect’.” Economica N.S. 9 (November 1942): 383–385.
– John Stuart Mill, The Spirit of the Age. Introduced by F.A. Hayek. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1942.
Excerpt: “In the course of its slow development in the 18th and early 19th centuries the study of economic and social phenomena was guided in the choice of its methods in the main by… More
– “A Commodity Reserve Currency.” Economic Journal 53 (1943).
Hayek’s Introduction is entitled, “John Stuart Mill at the Age of Twenty-Four,” and surveys Mill’s intellectual development at the time of Mill’s famous essay, “The… More
– “The Facts of the Social Sciences.” Ethics 54 (October 1943).
Excerpt: “The gold standard as we knew it undoubtedly have some grave defects. But there is some danger that the sweeping condemnation of it which is now the fashion may have secure… More
– “The Geometrical Representation of Complementarity.” Review of Economic Studies 10 (1942–1943): 122–125.
Excerpt: “There there exists today no commonly accepted term to describe the group of disciplines with which we shall be concerned in this paper. The term “moral sciences,” in the… More
– “Gospodarka planowa a idea planowania prawa.” Economista Polski (London, 1943).
– “John Rae and John Stuart Mill: A Correspondence.” Economica N.S. 10 (1943): 253–255.
– The Case of the Tyrol. London: Committee on Justice for the South Tyrol, 1944.
– “Richard von Strigl” (Obituary). Economic Journal 54 (1944): 284–286.
Excerpt: “Geometrical representation of complementarity encounters difficulties because complementarity involves a relationship between the three commodities and three-dimensional… More
Strigl, who died in 1944, was a “Neo-Austrian” involved in developing the theory of saving and investment and analyzing monopolistic competition theory.
– Report on the Changes in the Cost of Living in Gibraltar 1939–1944 and on Wages and Salaries. Gibraltar, no date (1945).
– “The Use of Knowledge in Society.” American Economic Review 35 (September 1945): 519–530.
– “Time-Preference and Productivity: A Reconsideration.” Economica, N.S. no. 4, 12 (February 1945): 22–25.
Excerpt: “What is the problem we wish to solve when we try to construct a rational economic order? On certain familiar assumptions the answer is simple enough if we possess all the… More
– “Nationalities and States in Central Europe.” Central European Trade Review 3 (London, 1945): 134–139.
– Edited: “‘Notes on N.W. Senior's Political Economy’ by John Stuart Mill.” Economica N.S. 12 (1945): 134–139.
Excerpt: “The question I wish here to reconsider is in the 1st instance the purely theoretical one of the relative importance, in determining the marginal productivity of investment,… More
Excerpt: “The following notes are reproduced from an interleaved copy of the first (quarto) edition of N.W. Senior’s Outline of the Science of Political Economy.”
– Individualism: True and False. (The Twelfth Finlay Lecture, delivered at University College, Dublin, on December 17, 1945.) Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co. Ltd. 1946; and Oxford: B. H. Blackwell Ltd. 1946, 38 pp.
– “Fuld Beskaeftigelse.” Nationalökonomisk Tidsskrift 84 (1946): 1–31.
– “The London School of Economics 1895–1945.” Economica N.S. 13 (February 1946): 1–31.
Excerpt: “To advocate any clear-cut principles of social order today is an almost certain way to incur the stigma of being an unpractical doctrinaire. It has come to be regarded as… More
– “Probleme und Schwierigkeiten der englischen Wirtschaft.” Schweizer Monatshefte 27 (1947).
– “Le plein emploi.” Economie Appliquée 1, no. 2–3, (Paris, 1948): 197–210.
– “Der Mensch in der Planwirtschaft.” In Simon Moser (ed.) Weltbild und Menschenbild. Innsbruck and Vienna: 1948.
– “Die politischen Folgen der Planwirtschaft.” Die Industrie. Zeitschrift der Vereinigung Österreichischer Industrieller. No. 3 (Vienna, January 1948).
– “Wesley Clair Mitchell 1874–1948” (Obituary). Journal of the Royal Statistical Society 111 (1948).
– “The Intellectuals and Socialism.” The University of Chicago Law Review 16, no. 3 (Spring 1949): 417–433.
Excerpt: “In October, 1945, the London School of Economics and Political Science completed its 50th year. It had been hoped that this event would be marked by the publication of a… More
– “A Levy on Increasing Efficiency. The Economics of Development Charges.” The Financial Times (April 26–28, 1949).
– “Economics.” Chambers’ Encyclopaedia 4 (Oxford 1950).
– “Ricardo, David.” Chambers’ Encyclopaedia 11 (Oxford 1950).
– “Full Employment, Planning and Inflation.” Institute of Public Affairs Review 4 (6) (Melbourne, Australia 1950).
Excerpt: “In all democratic countries, in the United States even more than elsewhere, a strong belief prevails that the influence of the intellectuals on politics is negligible. This… More
– “Capitalism and the Proletariat.” Farmand 7, no. 56 (Oslo: February 17, 1951).
– “Comte and Hegel.” Measure 2 (Chicago, July 1951).
Excerpt: “In the five years that have elapsed since the war, central planning, “full employment,” and inflationary pressure have been the three features which have dominated… More
– “Comments on ‘The Economics and Politics of the Modern Corporation’.” The University of Chicago Law School, Conference Series no. 8, (December 7, 1951).
– “The Ideals of Economic Freedom: A Liberal Inheritance,” in The Owl (London 1951), pp. 7–12.
Excerpt: “The discussions of every age are filled with the issues on which its leading schools of thought differ. But the general intellectual atmosphere of the time is always… More
– “Gleichheit und Gerechtigkeit.” Jahresbericht der Züricher Volkswirt-schaftlichen Gesellschaft (1951).
– “Friedrich Freiherr von Wieser” The Development of Economic Thought: Great Economists in Perspective. Edited by Henry William Spiegel. New York & London: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1952, 1961, pp. 554–567.]
Excerpt: “At the end of the First World War the spiritual tradition of liberalism was all but dead. True, it was still uppermost in the thoughts of many a leading figure of public and… More
Commemorative article on the occasion of the death of Hayek’s Austrian School of economics mentor, von Wieser (1851–1926).
– “Die Ungerechtigkeit der Steuerprogression.” Schweizer Monatshefte 32 (November 1952).
– “The Case Against Progressive Income Taxes.” The Freeman 4 (December 28, 1953): 229–232.
– “Leftist Foreign Correspondent.” The Freeman 3 (January 12, 1953): 275.
– “The Actonian Revival.” Review of Lord Acton by Gertrude Himmelfarb and Acton's Political Philosophy by G. E. Fasnacht. The Freeman3 (March 23, 1953): 461–462.
– “Decline of the Rule of Law. Part I.” The Freeman 3 (April 20, 1953): 518–520; Part II The Freeman 3 (May 4, 1953): 561–563.
– “Substitute for Foreign Aid.” The Freeman 3 (April 6, 1953): 482–484.
Excerpt: “The editorial comments of The Freeman on the apparent professional bias of foreign correspondents tempt me to set down on paper some observations which have long puzzled me.… More
– “Entstehung und Verfall des Rechtsstaatsideales.” In: Albert Hunold (ed.) Wirtschaft ohne Wunder. Volkswirtschaftliche Studien für das Schweizerische Institut für Auslandsforschung. Zurich, 1953.
– “Marktwirtschaft und Wirtschaftspolitik.” Ordo 6 (February 1954): 3–18.
– Capitalism and the Historians. Edited and introduced by F. A. Hayek. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, and Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1954.
Excerpt: “For the time being financing for rearmament has in a large measure taken the place of other forms of capital movements to Europe. But this provides only a partial and… More
– “Wirtschaftsgeschichte und Politik.” Ordo 7 (March 1955).
– “Degrees of Explanation.” The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 6, no. 23 (1955): 209–225.
Excerpt: “The influence which the writers of history thus exercise on public opinion is probably more immediate and extensive than that of the political theorists who launch new… More
– “Towards a Theory of Economic Growth, Discussion of Simon Kuznets’ Paper.” In: National Policy for Economic Welfare at Home and Abroad. New York: Columbia University Bicentennial Conference, 1955.
– “Comments.” In: Congress for Cultural Freedom (ed.) Science and Freedom. London: (Proceedings of the Hamburg Conference of the Congress for Cultural Freedom) 1955.
– “Progressive Taxation Reconsidered.” In: Mary Sennholz (ed.) On Freedom and Free Enterprise: Essays in Honor of Ludwig von Mises. Princeton: D. von Nostrand Co., 1956
Excerpt: “The discussion of scientific method has been guided almost entirely by the example of classical physics. The reason for this is mainly that certain features of the… More
– “The Dilemma of Specialization.” In Leonard D. White (ed.) The State of the Social Sciences. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956.
Excerpt: “Among the measures of economic policy which are gradually transforming our society and producing far-reaching results which few people yet clearly grasp, few are as firmly… More
– “Uber den ‘Sinn’ sozialer Institutionen.” Schweizer Monatshefte 36 (October 1956).
– Review of Mill and His Early Critics by J.C. Rees. Leicester: University College of Leicester, 1956. In Journal of Modern History (June 1957): 54.
– “Grundtatsachen des Fortschritts.” Ordo 9 (1957): 19–42.
– “Inflation Resulting from the Downward Inflexibility of Wages.” In: Committee for Economic Development (ed.) Problems of United States Economic Development, New York: 1958, Vol. I, pp. 147–152.
Excerpt: “We have been commemorating the foundation of a research centre within our University, and our thoughts have inevitably often touched upon the problem of the relation between… More
– “La Libertad, La Economia Planificada y el Derecho.” Temas Contemporaneos (Buenos Aires) 3 (1958).
– “Das Individuum im Wandel der Wirtschaftsordnung.” Der Volkswirt No. 51–52 (Frankfurt am Main 1958).
– “The Creative Powers of a Free Civilization.” In: Felix Morley (ed.) Essays in Individuality. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1958.
Excerpt: “Contrary to what is widely believed, the crucial results of the “Keynesian revolution” is the general acceptance of a factual assumption and, what is more, of an… More
– “Freedom, Reason, and Tradition.” Ethics 68 (1958).
Excerpt: “The socratic maxim that the recognition of our ignorance is the beginning of wisdom has a profound application to social life. If we are to comprehend how society works we… More
– “Gleichheit, Wert und Verdienst.” Ordo 10 (1958): 5–29.
– “Attualitá di un insegnamento,” In: Angelo Dalle Molle, ed. Il Maestro dell’ Economia di Domani (Festschrift for Luigi Einaudi on his 85th Birthday). Verona, 1958, pp. 20–24.
– “Liberalismus (1) Politischer Liberalismus.” Handwörterbuch der Sozialwissenschaften 6 (Stuttgart-Tübingen-Göttingen, 1959).
Excerpt: “Though freedom is not a state of nature but an artifact of civilization, it did not arise as a result of design. The institutions of freedom, like all that freedom has… More
– “Unions, Inflation and Profits.” In: Philip D. Bradley (ed.) The Public Stake in Union Power. Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press: 1959.
Excerpt: The term is now used with a variety of meanings which have little in common beyond describing an openness to new ideas, including some which are directly opposed to those which are… More
– “Freiheit und Unabhängigkeit.” Schweizer Monatshefte 39 (1959).
– “Verantwortlichkeit und Freiheit.” In: Albert Hunold (ed.) Erziehung zur Freiheit. Erlenbach-Zürich: E. Rentsch, 1959: 147–170.
– “Marktwirtschaft und Strukturpolitik.” Die Aussprache 9 (1959).
– “An Röpke.” In Wilhelm Röpke, Gegen die Brandung. Zürich: E. Rentsch, 1959.
– “The Free Market Economy: The Most Efficient Way of Solving Economic Problems.” Human Events 16, no. 50 (Dec. 16, 1959).
– “The Economics of Abundance,” in Henry Hazlitt, ed. The Critics of Keynesian Economics. Princeton and London: Van Nostrand Co., 1960, pp. 126–130.
Excerpt: “Tendencies are observable in the field of labor economics which most seriously threaten our future prosperity. The developments which are bringing this about are not of… More
– “The Social Environment.” In B. H. Bagdikian (ed.) Man's Contracting World in an Expanding Universe Providence, R.I.: 1960.
– “Freedom, Reason and Tradition.” Proceedings of the 16th Annual Meeting: The Western Conference of Prepaid Medical Service Plans, (Winnipeg 1960).
– “Progenitor of Scientism.” National Review (1960).
– “Gobierno Democratico y Actividad Economica.” Espejo 1 (Mexico City 1960).
– “The Corporation in a Democratic Society: In Whose Interest Ought It and Will It Be Run?” In: M. Anshen and G. L. Bach (eds.)Management and Corporations 1985. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1960.
Excerpt: “Now in such a situation, in which abundant unused reserves of all kinds of resources, including all intermediate products, exist, may occasionally prevail in the depths of… More
– In The Constitution of Liberty (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1960)
Excerpt: “My thesis will be that if we want effectively to limit the powers of corporations to where they are beneficial, we shall have to confine them much more than we have yet done… More
– "The Case for Freedom." The Freeman (October 1960). Reprinted from The Constitution of Liberty (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1960).
Excerpt: At a time when most movements that are thought to be progressive advocate further encroachments on individual liberty, those who cherish freedom are likely to expend their… More
– “What is ‘Social’—What Does It Mean?” Translated in an unauthorized English translation in Freedom and Serfdom (ed. A. Hunold), Dordrecht, 1961.
Excerpt: “What is the problem we wish to solve when we try to construct a rational economic order? On certain familiar assumptions the answer is simple enough. If we possess all the… More
– “The ‘Non Sequitur’ of the ‘Dependence Effect’.” The Southern Economic Journal 27 (April 1961).
Excerpt: “Except in the fields of philology and logic, there are probably few cases in which one would be justified in devoting a whole article to the meaning of a single word.… More
– “Freedom and Coercion: Some Comments and Mr. Hamowy's Criticism.” New Individualist Review 1, no. 2 (Summer 1961): 28–32.
– “Die Ursachen der ständigen Gefährdung der Freiheit.” Ordo 12 (1961): 103–112.
– “How Much Education at Public Expense?” Context 1 (Chicago 1961).
– Two Essays on Free Enterprise. Bombay: Forum of Free Enterprise, 1962.
– “The Moral Element in Free Enterprise.” In: National Association of Manufacturers (eds.) The Spiritual and Moral Significance of Free Enterprise. New York: 1962.
Excerpt: “For well over a hundred years the critics of the free enterprise system have resorted to the argument that if production were only organized rationally, there would be no… More
– “Wiener Schule.” Handwörterbuch der Sozialwissenschaften 12 (Stuttgart-Tübingen-Göttingen, 1962).
– “The Uses of ‘Gresham's Law’ as an Illustration of ‘Historical Theory’.” History and Theory 1 (1962).
Excerpt: “Economic activity provides the material means for all our ends. At the same time, most of our individual efforts are directed to providing means for the ends of others in… More
– “Rules, Perception and Intelligibility.” Proceedings of the British Academy 48 (1962), London, 1963, pp. 321–344.
Excerpt: “Mr. A. L. Burns’ use of Gresham’s Law as an illustration provides a good example for showing how useful it would be for the historian if he examined what… More
– “Alte Wahrheiten und neue Irrtümer.” In: Internationales Institut der Sparkassen, ed. Das Sparwesen der Welt, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Savings Banks. Amsterdam: 1963.
– “Arten der Ordnung.” Ordo 14 (1963).
Excerpt: “The most striking instance of the phenomenon from which we shall start is the ability of small children to use language in accordance with the rules of grammar and idiom of… More
– “Recht, Gesetz und Wirtschaftsfreiheit.” In: Hundert Jahre Industrie und Handelskammer zu Dortmund 1863–1963. Dortmund, 1963.
– Introduction to “The Earlier Letters of John Stuart Mill.” In F.E. Mineka, ed. John Stuart Mill, Vol. XII. Toronto: Toronto University Press and London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1963.
Excerpt: “We call a multitude of men a society when their activities are mutually adjusted to one another. Men in society can successfully pursue their ends because they know what to… More
– “The Legal and Political Philosophy of David Hume.” Il Politico 28, no. 4 (December 1963): 691–704.
Excerpt: “John Stuart Mill has not been altogether fortunate in the manner in which his memory was served by those most concerned and best authorized to honour it. It is true that… More
– “The Theory of Complex Phenomena.” In Mario A. Bunge (ed.) The Critical Approach to Science and Philosophy: Essays in Honor of Karl R. Popper. New York: The Free Press of Glencoe, Inc., 1964.
Excerpt: “It is always misleading to label an age by a name which suggests that it was ruled by a common set of ideas. It particularly falsifies the picture if we do this for a period… More
– Parts of “Commerce, History of.” Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. VI. Chicago: 1964.
– Was der Goldwährung geschehen ist. Ein Bericht aus dem Jahre 1932 mit zwei Ergänzungen. Tübingen: Walter Eucken Institut (Vorträge und Aufsätze, 12), 1965, 36 pp. (France 1966): Révue d'Economie Politique 76 (1966), for French version. [“What Has Happened to the Gold Standard. A Report Beginning with the Year 1932 with Two Supplements.”]
– “Die Anschauungen der Mehrheit und die zeitgenössische Demokratie.” Ordo 15/16 (1965): 19–41.
– “Kinds of Rationalism.” The Economic Studies Quarterly 15, no. 3 (Tokyo, 1965).
Excerpt: “Man has been impelled to scientific inquiry by wonder and by need. Of these wonder has been in comparably more fertile. There are good reasons for this. Where we wonder we… More
– “Personal Recollections of Keynes and the ‘Keynesian Revolution’.” The Oriental Economist 34 (Tokyo, January 1966).
Excerpt: “In the course of my critical examination of certain dominance beliefs of our time I have sometimes had to make a difficult choice. It often happens that quite specific… More
– “The Misconception of Human Rights as Positive Claims.” Farmand Anniversary Issue II/12 (Oslo, 1966): 32–35.
– “The Principles of a Liberal Social Order.” Il Politico 31, no. 4 (December 1966): 601–618.
Excerpt: “Even to those who knew Keynes but could never bring themselves to accept his monetary theories, and at times thought his pronouncements somewhat irresponsible, the personal… More
– “L'Etalon d'Or — Son Evolution.” Revue d'Economie Politique 76 (1966).
– "The Economy, Science and Politics,” Studies in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1967/1969, pp.251-269.
Excerpt: “It should be specially emphasized that the two political philosophies which both describe themselves as “liberalism” and lead in a few respects to similar conclusions,… More
– “Dr. Bernard Mandeville.” Proceedings of the British Academy 52 (1966), London 1967.
Excerpt: “In spite of the fact that at least the first half of my career as an economist has been fully devoted to pure theory, and because I have since devoted much time to subjects… More
– Résultats de l'action des hommes mais non de leurs desseins.” In: Les Fondements Philosophiques des Systèmes Economiques. Textes de Jacques Rueff et essais rédiges en son honneur. (Paris 1967).
Excerpt: “It is to be feared that not only would most of Bernard Mandeville’s contemporaries turn in their graves if they could know that he is today presented as a mastermind… More
– Remarks on “Ernst Mach und das sozialwissenschaftliche Denken in Wien.” In Ernst Mach Institut (ed.), Symposium aus Anlass des 50. Todestages von Ernst Mach. (Freiburg i. B., 1967.)
– “Rechtsordnung und Handelnsordnung.” In Eric Streissler (ed.), Zur Einheit der Rechts-und Staatswissenschaften, Vol. 27. Karlsruhe, 1967.
– “The Constitution of A Liberal State.” Il Politico 32, no. 1 (Sept. 1967): 455–461.
– The Confusion of Language in Political Thought, With Some Suggestions for Remedying It. London: Institute of Economic Affairs (Occasional Paper 20), 1968/1976, 36 pp.
Excerpt: “The belief in the superiority of deliberate design and planning over the spontaneous forces of society enters European thought explicitly only through the rationalist… More
– “Bruno Leoni, the Scholar.” Il Politico 33, no. 1 (March 1968): 21–25
– “Ordinamento giuridico e ordine sociale.” Il Politico 33, no. 4 (December 1968): 693–724.
– “A Self-Generating Order for Society.” In John Nef (ed.), Towards World Community. The Hague, 1968.
Excerpt: “Modern civilization has given man undreamt powers largely because, without understanding it, he has developed methods of utilizing more knowledge and resources than any one… More
– Speech on the 70th Birthday of Leonard Reed. In: What's Past is Prologue. New York: Foundation for Economic Education, 1968.
– “Wieser, Friedrich von.” In International Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences. Edited by David L. Sills. New York: The Macmillan Co. & The Free Press, 1968, 1972; Volumes 15, 16, 17, pp. 549–550.
– “The Trend of Economic Thinking,” Studies in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1967/1969;
Excerpt: “It is very difficult to know where to begin when one would wish to comment on almost every preceding speaker. I am particularly tempted to make some remarks on the problem… More
– “Szientismus.” In W. Bernsdorf (ed.), Wörterbuch der Soziologie, Edited by W. Bernsdorf. 2nd ed. (Stuttgart, 1969).
– “Three Elucidations of the ‘Ricardo Effect’.” Journal of Political Economy 77 (March-April 1969): 274–285.
Excerpt: “The position of the economists in the intellectual life of our time is unlike that of practitioners of any other branch of knowledge. Questions for whose solution his… More
– “The Primacy of the Abstract.” In Arthur Koestler and J. R. Smythies (eds.), Beyond Reductionism—The Alpbach Symposium. London, 1969.
Excerpt: “The immediate aim of this paper is to clear up a point on which Sir John Hicks in his recent review of my earlier discussions of the relation between the demand for consumer… More
– “Marktwirtschaft oder Syndikalismus?” In: Protokoll des Wirtschaftstages der CDU/DSU (Bonn 1969).
– “Il sistema concorrenziale come strumento di conoscenza.” L'industria 1 (Turin, January-March 1970): 34–50.
– “Principles or Expediency?” In Toward Liberty: Essays in Honor of Ludwig von Mises on the Occasion of his 90th Birthday, September 29, 1971. Sponsoring Committee F. A. von Hayek et.al; F. A. Harper, Secretary. Menlo Park, California: Institute for Humane Studies, 1971, vol I, pp. 29–45.
Excerpt: “What I shall try to explain under this paradoxical heading seems to me in some ways merely a final step in a long development, which would probably have been explicitly… More
– “Nature vs. Nurture Once Again.” A comment on C. D. Darlington, The Evolution of Man and Society, London, 1962 in Encounter (February 1971).
Excerpt: “A condition of liberty in which all are allowed to use their own knowledge for their own purposes, restrained only by rules of just conduct of universal application, is… More
– Louis Rougier. The Genius of the West. Introduction by F.A. v. Hayek. Los Angeles: Nash Publishing (published for the Principles of Freedom Committee), 1971.
Excerpt: “After his authoritative Genetics and Man, Dr. C.D. Darlington has now given us a magnificent account of The Evolution of Man and Society. This monumental work is bound to… More
– A Tiger by the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation. A 40 Years’ Running Commentary on Keynesianism by F. A. Hayek. Compiled and introduced by Sudha R. Shenoy. London: Institute of Economic Affairs (Hobart Paperback #4), 1972
To quote the book jacket: “Western Civilization is the result of a mentality which responds to the challenge of existence with intellectual force & courage. This mentality… More
– “Economic Thought VI: The Austrian School.” In International Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences. Edited by David L. Sills. New York: The Macmillan Co. & Free Press, 1968, 1972; Volume 4, pp. 458–462.
– “The Outlook for the 1970's: Open or Repressed Inflation.” In Sudha R. Shenoy (ed.) A Tiger by the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation. A 40-Years’ Running Commentary on Keynesianism. London: Institute of Economic Affairs (Hobart Paperback 4), 1972.
Excerpt from Introduction: “The small book you are holding in your hands is unique. It is perhaps the finest introduction to the thought of a major thinker ever published in the… More
– “The Place of Menger's Grundsätze in the History of Economic Thought.” In J. R. Hicks and W. Weber (eds.), Carl Menger and the Austrian School of Economics. Oxford, 1973, pp. 1–14
Excerpt: “In the last 40 years monetary policy has increasingly committed us to a development which has recurrently made necessary further measures that weakened the functioning of… More
– “In Memoriam Ludwig von Mises 1881–1973.” Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie 33 (Vienna 1973).
– “Tribute to von Mises, Vienna Years.” National Review (Autumn 1973).
– “Talk at the Mont Pélèrin.” Newsletter of the Mont Pélèrin Society 3 (Luxembourg 1973).
– “Inflation: The Path to Unemployment.” Addendum 2 to Lord Robbins et. al. Inflation: Causes, Consequences, Cures: Discourses on the Debate between the Monetary and the Trade Union Interpretations. London: The Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA Readings, No. 14), 1974, pp. 115–120.
– “Inflation and Unemployment.” New York Times (Nov. 15, 1974).
– Speech at the Nobel Banquet, December 10, 1974.
Excerpt: “When the Grundsatze appeared in 1871, it was only 95 years since the Wealth of Nations, only 54 since Ricardo’s Principles, and a mere 23 it since the great… More
– "The Repercussions of Rent Restrictions,” in F. A. Hayek, Milton Friedman, et al. Rent Control: A Popular Paradox. Evidence on The Effects of Rent Control. Vancouver: The Fraser Institute, 1975, pp. 67–83.
Excerpt: Now that the Nobel Memorial Prize for economic science has been created, one can only be profoundly grateful for having been selected as one of its joint recipients, and the… More
– Full Employment at Any Price? London: Institute of Economic Affairs (Occasional Paper 45), 1975/1978, (Italy 1975), 52 pp.
– “The Pretence of Knowledge.” An Alfred Nobel Memorial Lecture, delivered December 11, 1974 at the Stockholm School of Economics. In Les Prix Nobel en 1974. Stockholm: Nobel Foundation, 1975.
Excerpt: “A unique feature of price control in housing compared with that in other goods and services is that wartime housing regulations have been retained and enforced ever since.… More
– “Freedom and Equality in Contemporary Society.” PHP 4 (The PHP Institute, Tokyo), (Tokyo 1975).
– “Economics, Politics & Freedom: An Interview with F. A. Hayek.” Interview conducted by Tibor Machan in Salzburg, Austria. Reason 6 (February 1975): 4–12.
Excerpt: “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.… More
– “Die Erhaltung des liberalen Gedankengutes.” In Friedrich A. Lutz (ed.) Der Streit um die Gesellschaftsordnung (Zurich 1975).
– "The Courage of His Convictions.” In Tribute to Mises 1881–1973. The Session of the Mont Pélèrin Society at Brussels 1974 devoted to the Memory of Ludwig von Mises. Chislehurst, 1975.
– “The Formation of the Open Society.” Address given by Professor Friedrich A. von Hayek at the University of Dallas Commencement Exercises, May 18, 1975. [Unpublished typescript, available at the Institute for Humane Studies.]
– “Types of Mind.” Encounter 45 (September 1975).
Excerpt: “REASON is proud to present the highlights of this conversation, to give our readers a better appreciation of one of the intellectual giants of our time. REASON: Dr. Hayek,… More
– “Politicians Can't Be Trusted with Money.” [(Newspaper editor's title. Paper delivered in September at the Gold and Monetary Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland.) The Daily Telegraph of London, Part I (September 30, 1975).
– “World Inflationary Recession.” Paper presented to the International Conference on World Economic Stabilization, April 17–18, 1975, co-sponsored by the First National Bank of Chicago and the University of Chicago. First Chicago Report 5/1975.
– Choice in Currency. A Way to Stop Inflation. London: Institute of Economic Affairs (Occasional Paper 48), February 1976/1977, 46 pp.
Excerpt: “Accident has drawn my attention to the contrast between two types of scientific thinking which I have since again and again been watching with growing fascination. I have… More
– Denationalisation of Money: An Analysis of the Theory and Practice of Concurrent Currencies. London: The Institute of Economic Affairs (Hobart Paper Special 70), October 1976, 107 pp.
Excerpt: The chief root of our present monetary troubles is, of course, the sanction of scientific authority which Lord Keynes and his disciples have given to the age-old superstition that… More
– "Socialism and Science," A Lecture delivered to The Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand on October 19, 1976.
Excerpt: “In my despair about the hopelessness of finding a politically feasible solution to what is technically the simplest possible problem, namely to stop inflation, I threw out… More
– “The New Confusion about Planning.” The Morgan Guaranty Survey (January 1976): 4–13.
– “Institutions May Fail, but Democracy Survives.” U.S. News and World Report (March 8, 1976.)
– “Adam Smith's Message in Today's Language.” Daily Telegraph, London (March 9, 1976.)
Excerpt: “Socialism is related to Science in various ways. Probably the least interesting relation today is that from which Marxism lays claim to the name of “scientific… More
– “Il Problema della Moneta Oggi.” Academia Nationale dei Lincei. Atti de Convegni Rome (1976).
– “Remembering My Cousin Ludwig Wittgenstein.” Encounter (August 1977).
Excerpt: “During the 40-odd years over which I have been lecturing on the history of economics, I have always found the lectures on Adam Smith particularly difficult to give. By the… More
– “Toward Free Market Money.” Wall Street Journal (August 19, 1977).
– Foreword by F. A. Hayek. In Economics as a Coordination Problem: The Contributions of Friedrich A. Hayek, ed. by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr. Kansas City: Sheed Andrews and McMeel, Inc., 1977.
Excerpt: “Between the rails and the building of the railway station of Bad Ischl there used to be ample space where, sixty years ago, in the season, a regular promenade used to… More
– “Competition as a Discovery Procedure.” New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1978.
Foreword by Hayek: “To give a coherent account of the whole of the theoretical work of an economist who has not attempted to do so himself is sometimes a useful task. But the proof of… More
– "The Errors of Constructivism," New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1978.
Excerpt: “It is difficult to defend economists against the charge that for some 40 to 50 years they have been discussing competition on assumptions that, if they were true in the real… More
– "Economic Freedom and Representative Government," New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1978.
Excerpt: “It seemed to me necessary to introduce the term ‘constructivism’ as a specific name for a manner of thinking that in the past has often, but misleadingly, been… More
– The Reactionary Character of the Socialist Conception, Remarks by F. A. Hayek. Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1978.
– Economic Progress in an Open Society. Seoul, Korea: Korea International Economic Institute (Seminar Series No. 16), 1978.
– "Liberalism," New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas, Routledge & Keagan Paul, London and Henley, 1982 , pp. 119-151.
Excerpt: “Thirty years ago I wrote a book which, in a manner which many regarded as unduly alarmist, described the danger that the then visible collectivist tendencies created for… More
– The Reactionary Character of the Socialist Conception, Remarks by F. A. Hayek. Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1978.
– Law, Legislation and Liberty, Volume 2: The Mirage of Social Justice, University of Chicago Press, 1978
– “Coping with Ignorance.” Ludwig von Mises Memorial Lecture. Imprimis (Hillsdale College) 7 (July 1978) 6 pp.
Excerpt: “The term is now used with a variety of meanings which have little in common beyond describing an openness to new ideas, including some which are directly opposed to those… More
– “The Miscarriage of the Democratic Ideal.” Encounter (March 1978).
Excerpt: “It is to me not only a great honor but also the discharge of an intellectual duty and a real pleasure to be allowed to deliver a Ludwig von Mises memorial lecture. There is… More
– “Will the Democratic Ideal Prevail?” In Arthur Seldon, ed. The Coming Confrontation: Will the Open Society Survive to 1989? London: The Institute for Economic Affairs (Hobart Paperback No. 12), 1978, pp. 61–73.
– “Die Entthronung der Politik.” In Uberforderte Demokratie? hrsg. von D. Frei, Sozialwissenschaftliche Studien de schweizerischen Instituts für Auslandsforschung, N.F. 7, Zurich 1978.
– “Can we still avoid inflation?” In Richard M. Ebeling (ed.) The Austrian Theory of the Trade Cycle and Other Essays. New York: Center for Libertarian Studies (Occasional Paper Series 8) 1978.
Excerpt: “It is no longer possible to ignore that more and more thoughtful and well-meaning people are slowly losing their faith in what was to them once the inspiring ideal of… More
– “Exploitation of Workers by Workers.” The last of three talks given by Professor F. A. Hayek under the title, “The Market Economy” (Radio 3, BBC). The Listener (August 17, 1978): 202–203.
– "Three Lectures on Democracy, Justice, and Socialism," CIS Occasional Papers, 1979.
– “The Three Sources of Human Values.” The Hobhouse Lecture given at the London School of Economics, May 17, 1978. Published in the Epilogue to Law, Legislation and Liberty, Vol. III. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979
– Social Injustice, Socialism and Democracy. Sidney, Australia, 1979.
– “Towards a Free Market Monetary System.” The Journal of Libertarian Studies 3, no. 1 (1979): 1–8.
Excerpt: “In one sense the question asked in the title of this lecture is purely rhetorical. I hope none of you has suspected me of doubting even for a moment that technically there… More
– “Notas sobre la Evolución de Sistemas de Reglas de Conducta.” Teorema 9, no. 1 (1979): 57–77.
– “Freie Wahl de Währungen.” In Geldpolitik, ed. by J. Badura and O. Issing. Stuttgart and New York, 1980, pp. 136–146.
– “An Interview with F. A. Hayek.” Conducted by Richard E. Johns. The American Economic Council Report (May 1980.)
– “Midju—Modid.” Frelsid (Journal of the Freedom Association of Iceland) 1 (1980): 6–15.
– “Dankadresse.” In Erich Hoppmann, ed. Friedrich A. von Hayek. Baden—Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 1980. pp. 37–42.
– Review of Thomas Sowell's Knowledge and Decisions. (New York: Basic Books, 1980). In Reason 13 (December 1981): 47–49.
– Ludwig von Mises. Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis. Translated by Jacques Kahane. 1981 Introduction by F.A. Hayek. Indianapolis: LibertyClassics, 1981
When a little over two years ago, at the second Lausanne Conference of this group, I threw out, almost as a sort of bitter joke, that there was no hope of ever again having decent money,… More
– Ewald Schams. Gesammelte Aufsätze. Prefaced by F.A. Hayek. Ready in Spring 1983. Munich: Philosophia Verlag.
– "Richard Cantillon." Journal of Libertarian Studies, VII, no. 2 (Fall 1985), 217–247.
Hayek’s Foreward pays tribute to Mises for the anti-socialist impact that Mises’ Die Gemeinwirtschaft: Untersuchungen über den Sozialismus (Jena: Gustav Fischer, 1922) created on… More
– Introduction by F. A. Hayek. In Selected Essays on Political Economy, trans. by Seymour Caln. Irvington-on-Hudson, NY: The Foundation for Economic Education, Inc., 1995.
Excerpt: In economics, just as in other sciences, it is by no means an exceptional occurrence to find that, no sooner has a “new” doctrine made its mark, than earlier,… More
– "The Defense of Our Civilization Against Intellectual Error." The Freeman (March 2004). Reprinted from What’s Past Is Prologue, a collection of tributes published in honor of FEE founder Leonard E. Read’s 70th birthday, September 26, 1968.
Excerpt: Even those who may question the eminence of Frédéric Bastiat as an economic theorist will grant that he was a publicist of genius. Joseph Schumpeter calls him “the most… More
– "The Common Sense of Progress." The Freeman (November 1960). Reprinted from The Constitution of Liberty (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1960).
Excerpt: I believe that what the Foundation for Economic Education, with Leonard Read at its head, and all his co-fighters and friends are committed to is nothing more nor less than the… More
Excerpt: If today in the United States or western Europe the relatively poor can have a car or a refrigerator, an airplane trip or a radio, at the cost of a reasonable part of their income,… More
– Keynes, J.M. “A Reply to Dr. Hayek.” Economica 12 (November 1931): 387–397.
– Sraffa, Piero. “Dr. Hayek on Money and Capital [on F.A. von Hayek's Prices and Production] London 1931.” The Economic Journal 42 (1932): 42–53, 249–251.
Excerpt: “In an article recently published, Dr. Hayek has invited me to clear up some ambiguities of terminology which he finds in my Treatise of Money, and also other matters. As he… More
– Marget, Arthur W. “Review of Friedrich A. Hayek, Prices and Production and Preise und Produktion.” Journal of Political Economy 40 (April 1932): 261–266.
– Macfie, A.L. Theories of the Trade Cycle. London: Macmillan, 1934.
– Knight, F.H. “Professor Hayek and the Theory of Investment.” The Economic Journal 45 (1935): 77–94.
Excerpt: “To deal with the theory of money, from its doctrinal history down to the inevitable practical proposals, touching upon some of the most perplexing parts of the subject, and… More
– Welinder, C. “Hayek och ‘Ricardo-effekten’” In Ekonomisk Tidsskrift (Uppsala och Stockholm) 42 (1940): 33–39.
– Pigou, A.C. “Maintaining Capital Intact, on F.A. von Hayek: The Pure Theory of Capital.” Economica 8 (1941): 271–275.
– Lutz, Friedrich A. “Professor Hayek's Theory of Interest.” Economica 10 (1943): 302–310
Excerpt: “In the remarks which follow, I am not concerned with the technical problems of the ‘structure of investment’ actually discussed in Prof. Hayek’s recent… More
– Graham, F.D. “Keynes vs. Hayek on a Commodity Reserve Currency.” The Economic Journal 54 (1944): 422–429.
Excerpt: “In the following discussion attention will be concentrated on that parts of Prof. Hayek’s Pure Theory of Capital which contains his theory of interest in “real”… More
– Heimann, E. “Professor Hayek on German Socialism.” The American Economic Review. 35 (1945): 935–937.
Excerpt: “The issues raised in Lord Keynes’ reply to Prof. Hayek’s article on a commodity reserve currency, in a recent issue of this journal, seem worthy of more extended… More
– Hoselitz, B.F. “Professor Hayek on German Socialism.” The American Economic Review 35 (1945): 926–934.
Excerpt: Mr. Hoselitz’s criticism of Hayek’s chapter XII—or rather of his pages 168 and 169—is right as far as it goes. Bebel’s utterance was ironical; why else… More
– Murray, A.H. “Professor Hayek's Philosophy.” Economica 12 (August 1945): 149–162.
Excerpt: “In chapter XI of his recent book, the Road to Serfdom, Prof. Hayek undertakes to show that the philosophy of German national socialism as it has its roots in the teachings… More
– Durbin, E.F.M. The Economic Journal. Vol. 55, No. 220 (December, 1945), 357-370.
– Eastman, Max. Review of Hayek's Capitalism and the Historians. The Freeman 4 (February 22, 1954): 385–387.
– Palmer, G.G.D. “The Rate of Interest in the Trade Cycle Theories of Prof. Hayek.” The South African Journal of Economics 23 (1955): 1–18.
Excerpt: “In a series of articles the importance of which cannot be overestimated for the theory of method of economics, entitled Scientism and the Study of Society, Prof. Hayek… More
– Gilbert, J.C. “Professor Hayek's Contribution to Trade Cycle Theory.” Economic Essays in Commemoration of the Dundee School of Economics, 1931–1955. pp. 51–62
– Davenport, John. “An Unrepentant Old Whig.” Fortune (March 1960): 134–135, 192, 194, 197–198
– Kaldor, N. “Prof. Hayek and the Concertina Effect.” In Economica N.S. 9 (1942): 148–176; reprinted in: Kaldor, Essays on Economic Stability and Growth. London: Duckworth, 1960
Excerpt: “For many years the trade cycle theories of Prof. Hayek have been the centre of interest and controversy. His approach stands in contrast on the one hand to that of the… More
– Hamowy, Ronald. “Hayek's Conception of Freedom: A Critique.” New Individualist Review 1, no. 1 (April 1961): 28–31.
Excerpt: “It was more than ten years ago that Prof. Hayek first fascinated the academic world of economists by a new theory of industrial fluctuations which in theoretical conception,… More
– Rees, J.C. “Hayek on Liberty.” Philosophy (1961).
Excerpt: F. A. HAYEK, in his latest book, The Constitution of Liberty (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1960), attempts a thorough exposition of the theoretical and historical… More
– Robbins, Lionel. “Hayek on Liberty.” Economica (February 1961): 66–81.
Professor Hayek’s book is a massive contribution to the persistent question of the limits of state action. It runs counter to prevailing notions about the role of government in… More
– Seldon, Arthur. “Hayek on Liberty and Liberalism.” Contemporary Review 200 (1961): 399–406.
– Seldon, Arthur, ed. “Philosophy” Agenda for a Free Society: Essays on Hayek's The Constitution of Liberty. London: Published for the Institute of Economic Affairs by Hutchinson, 1961.
– Viner, Jacob. “Hayek on Freedom and Coercion.” Southern Economic Journal 27 (January 1961): 230–236.
Excerpt: “This is a very ambitious book. “It has been a long time,” says the author, “since that ideal of freedom which inspired modern Western civilization and whose partial… More
– Keizai, S. “Theories and Thoughts of Prof. Hayek.” The World Economy. Tokyo, 1964.
– Murray, A.H. “Hayek's Theory of Sensory Order and the Methodology of the Social Sciences.” The Journal of Applied Sociology 7 (Tokyo 1964).
– Murray, A.H. “Revival of the Philosophy of Economics: A Critique of Hayek's System of Liberty.” The Economics Studies Quarterly 15, no. 2. (Tokyo 1965).
– Heimann, E. “The Hayek Story.” In Critical Essays in Monetary Theory. Oxford University Press: 1967.
– Roads to Freedom: Essays in Honour of Friedrich A. von Hayek. Edited by Erich Streissler et.al. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1969.
Excerpt: “This important and challenging book presents a learned and powerfully argued brief on behalf of the propositions, that, in general, maximum possible amounts of “liberty”… More
– Polanyi, Michael. “The Determinants of Social Action.” In Roads to Freedom: Essays in Honour of Friedrich A. von Hayek. Edited by Erich Streissleret.al. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969, pp. 145–179.
– Rueff, Jacques. “Laudatio: Un Message pour le siècle.” In Erich Streissler et al., eds. Roads to Freedom: Essays in Honour of Friedrich A. von Hayek. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969, pp. 1–3.
– Streissler, Erich et al. eds. Roads to Freedom: Essays in Honour of Friedrich A. von Hayek. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969.
– Streissler, Erich, “Bibliography of the Writings of Friedrich A. von Hayek.” Roads to Freedom: Essays in Honour of Friedrich A. von Hayek. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969, pp. 309–315.
– Harris, R. “On Hayek.” Swinton Journal (1970)
– Johr, W.A. “Note on Professor Hayek's ‘True Theory of Unemployment.’” Kyklos 30, no. 4 (1970): 713–723
The articles in this volume were written in honour of F. A. Hayek and cover the whole scope of his thought. Many of the essays take as a starting point Hayek’s own writings. The list… More
– Plant, Sir Arnold. “A Tribute to Hayek—The Rational Persuader.” Economic Age 2, no. 2 (Jan.-Feb. 1970): 4–8.
– Bay, Christian. “Hayek's Liberalism: The Constitution of Perpetual Privilege.” Political Science Review 1 (Fall 1971): 93–124
Excerpt: “Prof. Hayek is an economist whose prestige, acquired by his writings on problems of economics and social philosophy, stands high. Consequently, every work he publishes… More
– Falconer, Robert T. “Capital Intensity and the Real Wage: A Critical Evaluation of Hayek's Ricardo Effect.” Texas A & M Ph.D. Dissertation. College Station, Texas, 1971.
– Glasner, David. “Friedrich Hayek: An Appreciation.” Intercollegiate Review 7 (Summer 1971): 251–255.
Excerpt: “Already the heading may strike admirers of this work as slanted and unfair, demonstrating this reviewer’s prejudice against Hayek’s Old Whig Liberalism. And I… More
– Hamowy, Ronald. “Freedom and The Rule of Law in F.A. Hayek.” Il Politico 36, no. 2 (June 1971): 349–377.
– Harris, R. “Professor Hayek on Individualism.” In R. Harrod, ed. Economic Essays, 2nd edition. London and New York: 1972. pp. 293–301.
– Morris, M.W. “The Political Thought of F.A. Hayek.” Political Studies 2 (1972): 169–184.
– Stewart, William P. “Methodological Individualism: A Commentary on F.A. von Hayek.” Unpublished paper presented at the First Libertarian Scholars Conference. New York, September 23–24, 1972.
– Wilhelm, Morris M. “The Political Philosophy of Friedrich A. Hayek.” Columbia University Ph.D. Dissertation in Political Science, New York, 1969. An article based on this, in condensed form, appears as “The Political Thought of Friedrich A. Hayek,” in Political Studies 20, no. 2 (June 1972): 169–184.
– Willgerodt, H. “Liberalismus zwischen Spontaneitat und Gestaltung. Zu v. Hayek's gesammelten Aufsatzen.” In Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts-und Sozialwissenschaften. Berlin 92, no. 4, (1972): 461–465.
– Grinder, Walter E. Review of two books: Macro-economic Thinking & The Market Economy by Ludwig M. Lachmann; and A Tiger by the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation. In Libertarian Review (November 1974): 4–5
– Leube, Kurt R. “Friedrich A. von Hayek—Nobelpreis für Wirtschaftswissenschaften.” (University of Salzburg Research Papers, 1974).
– Machlup, Fritz. “Friedrich von Hayek's Contribution to Economics.” The Swedish Journal of Economics 76 (December 1974): 498–531.
Excerpt: “One of the most eminent scholars of our time, Prof. Hayek has collected in this volume a selection of the work which he has been engaged in during the years since 1944. As… More
– Machlup, Fritz. “Friedrich von Hayek on Scientific and Scientistic Attitudes.” The Swedish Journal of Economics 76 (1974).
– Roche III, George C. “Conservatives Gratified by Nobel Prize to Von Hayek.” Human Events (November 16, 1974).
– Rosenof, Theodore. Canadian Review of American Studies. Volume 5, No. 2 (1974).
Excerpt: “Some of Hayek’s 15 books appeared also in foreign translations. There are altogether 20 foreign language editions (in 11 different languages), so that the combined… More
– Agonito, Rosemary. “Hayek Revisited: Mind as a Process of Classification.” In: Behaviorism: A Forum for Critical Discussions 3, no. 2 (Spring 1975): 162–171.
Abstract: One of the classic issues of politics has been that of the relationship of the state to the economy. A long tradition in the western world has held that the relationship should be… More
– Ebeling, Richard. “Reflections on John Hick's ‘The Hayek Story.’” Unpublished manuscript, no date; 23 pp.: Available from the Institute for Humane Studies, Menlo Park, California 94025.
– “Hayek: The Road to Stockholm.” The Alternative: An American Spectator 8, no. 8 (May 1975): 10–12
– Grinder, Walter E. Review of 4 books: F.A. Hayek's The Counter-Revolution of Science; Individualism and Economic Order; Studies in Philosophy, Politics and Economics; and Ludwig M. Lachmann's The Legacy of Max Weber. In Libertarian Review 4, no. 4 (April 1975): 4–5.
– Johnson, Frank. “The Facts of Hayek.” Sunday Telegraph Magazine, September 26, 1975, pp. 30–34.
Excerpt: “During the fifties an extremely perceptive work in theoretical psychology appeared in this country which provided an account of mind defined as the process of… More
– Leube, Kurt R. “F.A. von Hayek. Zu sienem 75. Geburtstag.” Salzburger Nachrichten 1975
– Leube, Kurt R. “Ausgewählte Bibliographie zur Wiederauflage F.A. Hayek: Preise und Produktion.” Vienna, 1975.
– O'Driscoll, Jr. Gerald P. “Hayek and Keynes: A Retrospective Assessment.” Iowa State University Department of Economics Staff Paper No. 20. Ames, Iowa: Xerox 1975. [Paper prepared for the Symposium on Austrian Economics, University of Hartford, June 22–28, 1975.]
– Sacristan, A. “Friedrich August von Hayek o el intento de romper con la neoclassica.” In Comercio Esterior 25 (1975), pp. 193–195.
– Spencer, Roger W. “Inflation, Unemployment and Hayek.” Review (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.) 57 (1975): 6–10.
– Worsthorne, Peregrine. “F. A. Hayek: Next Construction for the Giant.” In: Prophets of Freedom and Enterprise. Edited by Michael Ivens. London: Kogan Page, Ltd., for Aims of Industry, 1975. pp. 70–80.
– Baumgarth, William P. “The Political Philosophy of F. A. von Hayek.” Harvard University Ph.D. Dissertation in Government, Cambridge, Mass., 1976
– Crespigny, Anthony de. “F.A. Hayek, Freedom for Progress.” in Anthony de Crespigny and Kenneth Minogue (eds.) Contemporary Political Philosophers. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1975; London: Methuen, 1976, pp. 49–66
– Dietze, Gottfried. “Hayek on The Rule of Law.” In Fritz Machlup, ed. Essays on Hayek. New York: New York University Press, 1976, pp. 107–146
– Hartwell, Ronald Max. “Capitalism and the Historians.” In Fritz Machlup, ed. Essays on Hayek. New York: New York University Press, 1976, pp. 73–94.
– Leduc, G. “En rélisant von Hayek.” Revue d'Economie Politique 86 (1976): 491–494.
– Letwin, Shirley Robin. “The Achievements of Friedrich A. Hayek.” In Fritz Machlup, ed. Essays on Hayek. New York: New York University Press, 1976, pp. 147–162.
– Leube, Kurt R. “Inflationstheorie bei Hayek und Keynes.” (Paper prepared for a Seminar at the University of Salzburg, 1975).
– Leube, Kurt R. “Hayek's Perception of the ‘Rule of Law’.” The Intercollegiate Review (Winter 1976/1977).
Excerpt: “In these times of high unemployment and rising price levels, one looks to the leaders of the economics profession for analysis and solutions. One possible candidate, who has… More
– Miller, Eugene F. “Hayek's Critique of Reason.” Modern Age 20, no. 4 (Fall 1976): 383–394.
Excerpt: “Of society’s many organizations, the biggest one called Government, has the double task of enforcing the general rules of society and providing those services to the… More
– Roche III, George C. “The Relevance of Friedrich A. Hayek.” In Fritz Machlup, ed., Essays on Hayek. New York: New York University Press, 1976, 1–12.
– Shearmur, Jeremy. “Libertarianism and Conservatism in the Work of F.A. von Hayek.” Unpublished manuscript; lecture originally presented to the Carl Menger Society in London, 1976.
– Shearmur, Jeremy. “Friedrich A. Hayek: Nobel Prizewinner.” In Fritz Machlup, ed., Essays on Hayek. New York: New York University Press, 1976, pp. 171–176.
– Shearmur, Jeremy. “The New Thought of F.A. Hayek.” Modern Age 20 (Winter 1976): 54–61.
– Vernon, R. “The ‘Great Society’ and the ‘Open Society’: Liberalism in Hayek and Popper.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 9 (June 1976).
– Ebeling, Richard. “An Interview with Friedrich Hayek.” Libertarian Review (September 1977): 10–16.
– Leube, Kurt R. “Böhm-Bawerk, Wieser und Hayek.” (Unpublished paper presented in Bonn, 1977.)
– Miller, David. “Review of Law, Legislation and Liberty, Vol. II: The Mirage of Social Justice.” British Journal of Law and Society 4 (Summer 1977): 142–145
– O'Driscoll, Jr. Gerald P. Economics as a Coordination Problem: The Contributions of Friedrich A. Hayek, with a foreword by F.A. Hayek. Kansas City: Sheed Andrews & McMeel, 1977.
– Baumgarth, William P. “Hayek and Political Order: The Rule of Law.” The Journal of Libertarian Studies 2, no. 1 (Winter 1978): 11–28
Excerpt: “My essay will examine what I take to be the foundation of Hayek’s thoughts, namely, the accounts he gives of human knowledge. There is ample evidence that his work in… More
– Boland, L.A. “Time in Economics vs. Economics in Time. The ‘Hayek Problem.’” In The Canadian Journal of Economics (Canadian Economic Association) Toronto, 2, no. 2 (1978): 240–262.
Excerpt: “We might assume from the title of Hayek’s earliest comprehensive treatment of the subject that the “rule of law” would appear as the summation of his… More
– Hamowy, Ronald. “Law and the Liberal Society: F.A. Hayek's Constitution of Liberty.” Journal of Libertarian Studies 2, no. 4 (1978): 287–297.
Excerpt: “Several notable writers have recently charged that neoclassical economics is ‘timeless.’ But strictly speaking neoclassical economics is not timeless. Indeed,… More
– Miller, Robert. “Hayek, the Inter-War Years and the Gold Standard.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society, June 10, 1978.
– Shearmur, Jeremy. “Hayek, Smith (and Hume).” Unpublished manuscript of paper presented at one-day Conference on Hayek at University College, London, October 28, 1978, and sponsored by The Carl Menger Society.
– Shearmur, Jeremy. “Menger, Hayek & Methodological Individualism.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society, February 11, 1978.
– Steiner, Hillel. “Hayek and Liberty.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society Conference on Hayek, Oct. 28, 1978.
– Torrence, Thomas. “Hayek's Critique of Social Injustice.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society Conference on Hayek, October 28, 1978.
– Arnold, Roger A. “The Efficiency Properties of Institutional Evolution: With Particular Reference to the Social—Philosophical Works of F. A. Hayek.” Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Ph.D. Dissertation, 1979.
– Barry, Norman P. Hayek's Social and Economic Philosophy. London: Macmillan, 1979.
– Cunningham, Robert L. (ed.) Liberty and the Rule of Law. College Station, Texas: Texas A & M University Press, 1979.
Excerpt: “This paper will focus on the work of Hayek, the leading modern exponent of the liberal conception of freedom and the rule of law. I intended my analysis to lay bare the… More
– Dietze, Gottfried. "From the Constitution of Liberty to its Deconstruction by Liberalist Dissipation, Disintegration, Disassociation, Disorder.” In Fritz Meyer, ed., Zur Verfassung der Freiheit. Festgabe für Friedrich von Hayek. Stuttgart, New York: Gustav Fischer Verlag (Ordo, vol. 30), 1979, pp. 177–197.
– Dyer, P.W. and Hickman, R.H. “American Conservatism and F.A. Hayek.” Modern Age 23, no. 4 (Fall 1979).
This collection of essays originated in a conference held in 1976 at the University of San Francisco to discuss Hayek’s defense of liberal constitutionalism and in particular his… More
– Leube, Kurt R. “Ökonom und Philosoph: Zum 80. Geburtstag des grossen Österreichers Friedrich A. von Hayek.” Die Industrie 19 (1979).
– Leube, Kurt R. “F.A. Hayek—Zum 80. Geburtstag.” Zeitschrift für das gesamte Kreditwesen. Frankfurt/M. 1979.
– Leube, Kurt R. “Hayek und die österr. Schule der Nationalökonomie.” Bayern Kurier, Munich 1979.
– Meyer, Fritz W. et. al, eds. Zur Verfassung der Freiheit: Festgabe für Friedrich A. von Hayek zur Vollendung seines achtzigsten Lebensjahres. Stuttgart, New York: Gustav Fischer Verlag. (Ordo: Jahrbuch für die Ordnung von Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, vol. 30), 1979
– Miller, Eugene F. “The Cognitive Basis of Hayek's Political Thought.” In Robert L. Cunningham Liberty and the Rule of Law. College Station and London: Texas A & M University Press, 1979. pp. 242–267.
– Minard, Lawrence. “Wave of the Past? Or Wave of the Future?” Forbes (October 1, 1979): 45–50, 52
– Rupp, Hanns Heinrich. “Zweikammersystem und Bundesverfassungsgericht. Bermerkungen zu einem verfassungspolitischen Reformvorschlag F.A. von Hayeks.” In Zur Verfassung der Freiheit: Festgabe für Friedrich A. von Hayek zur Vollendung seines achtzigsten Libensjahres. Stuttgart, New York: Gustav Fischer Verlag, 1979, pp. 95–104.
– Shenoy, Sudha R. “Introduction: The Debate, 1931–71.” in F.A. Hayek, A Tiger by the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation, Cato 1979.
Excerpt: “It has been asserted often that the political ideas of F.A. Hayek are consistent with those of American conservatism. This opinion has come from sources as diverse as the… More
– Simson, W. von “Zu F.A. Hayeks verfassungsrechtlichen Ideen.” Der Staat, Zeitschrift für Staatslehre, Offentliches Recht un Verfassungeschichte. Berlin 18, no. 3, (1979): 403–421.
– Winterberger, G. “Friedrich August von Hayek—Zum Achtzigsten Geburtstag des grossen Nationalökonomen, Stadts- und Rechtsphilosophen.”Schweizer Monatshefte 5 (1979): 359–363.
– Zöller, Michael. “Handeln in Ungewissheit. F.A. v. Hayek's Grundlegung einer freiheitlichen Sozialphilosphie.” [“Acting under Uncertainty. F.A. von Hayek's Foundation of a Liberal Social Philosophy.”] In Zur Verfassung der Freiheit: Festgabe für Friedrich A. von Hayek zur Vollendung seines achtzigsten Lebensjahres. Stuttgart, New York: Gustav Fischer Verlag (Ordo 30), 1979, pp. 117–129
– Arnold, Roger A. “Hayek and Institutional Evolution.” The Journal of Libertarian Studies 4, no. 4 (Fall 1980): 341–352.
Excerpt: “The roots of current economic ideas and of those guiding the wages policy lie in the 1930s, in discussion inspired by the publication of the General Theory. Though… More
– Brittan, Samuel. “Hayek and the New Right.” Encounter 54 (January 1980): 30–46.
Excerpt: “Casual observation of the last thirty years or so indicates that the role government plays in the lives of individuals has been increasing. Within the internal structure of… More
– Diamond, Arthur M. “F.A. Hayek on Constructivism and Ethics.” The Journal of Libertarian Studies 4, no. 4 (Fall 1980): 353–366.
Excerpt: “Since the publication of his Road to Serfdom in 1944, Hayek has been cursed by sneerers, who dismiss everything he has to say without giving it a hearing, and even more by… More
– Dorn, J.A. “Law and Liberty: A Comparison of Hayek and Bastiat.” Unpublished paper (October 1980), 50 pp.
– Ebeling, Richard. “Hayek on Inflation.” Unpublished Paper presented to The Carl Menger Society Conference entitled “Hayek—An Introductory Course,” London, Dec. 6, 1980
– Gray, John N. “F.A. Hayek on Liberty and Tradition.” The Journal of Libertarian Studies 4 (Spring 1980): 119–137.
Excerpt: “Long before receiving his Nobel Prize, Hayek was well respected in the academic community. Keynes had glowing praise for Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom. Milton Friedman… More
– Lepage, Henri. “Hayek ou l’économie politique de la liberté.” [“Hayek or the Political Economy of Liberty”]. Part 6 of Demain le libéralism [“Tomorrow Liberalism”]. Paris: Le Livre de Poche (8358L), Collection Pluriel, 1980, pp. 409–453.
– Liggio, Leonard P. “Hayek—An Overview.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society Conference entitled “Hayek—An Introductory Course,” London, December 6, 1980.
– Roche III, George C. “F.A. Hayek and the Concept of Coercion.” Ordo 31 (Stuttgart, New York: Gustav Fischer Verlag, 1980), pp. 43–50.
– Shearmur, Jeremy. “Hayek and the Invisible Hand.” Unpublished paper presented to the Seminar for Austro-German Philosophy at Carl Menger joint conference on Austrian Philosophy & Austrian Politics, London, April 26, 1980.
– Shearmur, Jeremy. “Hayek on Politics.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society conference entitled “Hayek—An Introductory Course,” London, Dec. 6, 1980
– Smith, Graham. “Hayek on Law.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society conference entitled “Hayek—An Introductory Course,” London, Dec. 6, 1980.
– Steele, David Ramsey. “Spontaneous Order and Traditionalism in Hayek.” Expanded version of a paper delivered to The Colloquium on Austrian Philosophy and Austrian Politics, organized jointly by The Seminar for Austro-German Philosophy & The Carl Menger Society, at The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, April 26–27, 1980, 75 pp. (Available at the Institute for Humane Studies.)
– Steele, David Ramsey. “Hayek on Socialism.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society Conference entitled “Hayek—An Introductory Course,” London, Dec. 6, 1980.
– Wilde, Olga. “Bibliographie der wissenschaftlichen Veröffenlichungen von Friedrich von Hayek.” In Friedrich A. von Hayek, edited by Erich Hoppmann. Baden—Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 1980, pp. 55–56.
– Gordon, Scott. “The Political Economy of F.A. Hayek.” Canadian Journal of Economics 14 (1981): 470–487.
Excerpt: “One of the most salutary results of the recent revival of scholarly interest in the intellectual traditions of classical liberalism is that Hayek’s social and… More
– “Hayek, the Answer Man.” The Washington Post (December 2, 1982), pp. C1, C17.
Excerpt: “Why should a book on political philosophy be reviewed in an economics journal? If one reads the “Note to contributors” published regularly on the back cover of this… More
– Brown, Pamela. “Constitution or Competition? Alternative Views on Monetary Reform.” Literature of Liberty 5 (Autumn 1982): 7–52
He is everything you want an 83-year-old Viennese conservative economist to be. Tall and rumpled. A pearl stickpin in his tie. A watch chain across his vest, even though he wears a digital… More
– Gray, John N. “Hayek on Spontaneous Order.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society Conference on Hayek, London, Oct. 30, 1982.
– Hoy, Calvin M. “Hayek's Philosophy of Liberty.” Columbia University Ph.D. Dissertation. New York, 1982.
– Shearmur, Jeremy. “Hayek on Law.” Unpublished paper presented to The Carl Menger Society Conference on Hayek, London, October 30, 1982.
– White, Lawrence H. “Mises, Hayek, Hahn and The Market Process: Comment on Littlechild.” In Method, Process, and Austrian Economics: Essays in Honor of Ludwig von Mises. Edited by Israel M. Kirzner. Lexington, Mass. & Toronto: Lexington-Books, D.C. Heath and Company, 1982, pp. 103–110.
Excerpt: Money, for practically as long as it has existed, has been employed to realize two fundamentally different sorts of goals: production or plunder. In a market economy, private… More
– Gray, John. “F.A. Hayek and the Rebirth of Classical Liberalism.” In Literature of Liberty, Winter 1982, vol. 5, No. 4 (1982).
Excerpt: Littlechild correctly emphasizes Mises’s recognition that the conditions necessary for general equilibrium cannot be met in the real world. It is not so much that the future… More
– Policy Report. February 1983.
Excerpt: In the recent revival of public and scholarly interest in the values of limited government and the market order, no one has been more centrally significant than Friedrich A. Hayek.… More
– Shearmur, Jeremy. “The Austrian Connection: F.A. Hayek and the Thought of Carl Menger.” In B. Smith and W. Grassl, eds. Austrian Philosophy and Austrian Politics. Munich: Philosophia Verlag, forthcoming (1982–1983).
– Cragg, A. W. Canadian Journal of Philosophy. Vol. 13, No. 4 (December 1983), pp. 563-567.
– MacLeod, A. M. Canadian Journal of Philosophy. Vol. 13, No. 4 (December, 1983), pp. 551-561.
– Mack, Eric. Canadian Journal of Philosophy. Vol. 13, No. 4 (December 1983), pp. 569-574.
– Macleod, A. M. Canadian Journal of Philosophy. Vol. 13, No. 4 (December 1983), pp. 575-584.
– Blanchard, James U. Policy Report. May-June 1984.
Excerpt: In December the Cato Institute launched its Distinguished Lecturer Series with an address by F. A. Hayek, 1974 Nobel laureate in economics and author of numerous books,… More
– Vanberg, Viktor. Economics and Philosophy. Volume 2, Issue 1 (April 1986), pp 75-100.
– Galeotti, Anna Elisabetta. Political Theory. Vol. 15, No. 2 (May, 1987), pp. 163-181.
– Caldwell, Bruce. History of Political Economy. Vol. 20, no. 4 (Winter 1988): pp. 513-541.
– Forsythe, Murray. Political Studies. Volume 36, Issue 2, pages 235–250, (June 1988).
Excerpt: F.A. Hayek is one of the world’s leading free-market economists and social philosophers. Besides the important 1944 bestseller, The Road to Serfdom, he has written books on… More
– Heath, Eugene. Political Theory. Vol. 17, No. 1 (Feb., 1989), pp. 107-113.
– Ogus, A.I. , Journal of Law & Society. Vol. 16, no 393 (1989).
– Madison, G.B. Critical Review: A Journal of Politics and Society. Volume 3, Issue 2, (1989).
– Prychitko, David Leonard. Journal des économistes et des études humaines: JEEH; a bilingual journal of interdisciplinary studies. Vol. 1.1 (1989), p. 171-179.
– Livingston, Donald W. Critical Review: A Journal of Politics and Society. Volume 5, Issue 2, (1991).
Abstract: This paper questions the conventional view of F. A. Hayek as a reviver of ‘classical liberalism’. It argues that the foundation of Hayek’s doctrine is a naturalist or… More
– Heath, Eugene. Philosophy of the Social Sciences. Vol. 22(1) (January 1992), pp. 28-45.
– Vanburg, Viktor. Cato Journal. Vol. 14, No. 2 (Fall 1994).
– Bellamy, Richard. British Journal of Political Science. Volume 24, Issue 04 (October 1994), pp 419-441.
Abstract: In his Hayek and Modern Liberalism, Chandran Kukathas claims that Hayek’s political philosophy is fundamentally incoherent because it is heavily influenced from two… More
– Caldwell, Bruce. Economics and Philosophy. Volume 10, Issue 02 (October 1994), pp 305-313.
– Boettke, Peter J. Eastern Economic Journal. Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 7-26 (Winter 1995).
– Fleetwood, Steve. Cambridge Journal of Economics (1996) 20 (6): 729-747.
Abstract: The relationship between liberalism and democracy is notoriously paradoxical. On the one hand, the justification for democratic procedures most commonly rests on liberal… More
– Raeder, Linda. HUMANITAS. Volume X, No. 1 (1997).
Abstract: An economic system requires a principle of organisation. An adequate theory has to uncover and elaborate this principle. Hayek rejects the principle of equilibrium, opting instead… More
– Ullmann-Margalit, Edna. Social Research. Vol. 64, No. 2 (Summer 1997), pp. 181-198.
– Whitman, Douglas. Constitutional Political Economy, 9, 45–66 (1998).
Excerpt: Edmund Burke, the passionate defender of the “ancient principles” of his forebears, might be surprised to discover that he originated a new school of political thought.… More
– Raeder, Linda C. Independent Review. Spring 1998.
Abstract. Some analysts have criticized Friedrich Hayek’s theory of cultural evolution for implying that the rules, customs, norms, and institutions that emerge from the evolutionary… More
– de Benoist, Alain. Telos. Vol. 1998, no. 110, 71-104 (December 21, 1998).
Abstract The recent attack on modern liberalism by “communitarianism” has caught the attention of many political theorists. The insights of F. A. Hayek prove especially helpful in… More
– Boettke, Peter J., ed. Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000.
Excerpt: The “Club de l’Horloge” held its 5th annual meeting October 20–22 1989 in Nice, on “Liberalism at the People’s Service.” The general tone was “national… More
– Cassidy, John. Hoover Digest. June 2000. Adapted from The Price Prophet. New Yorker. February 7, 2000.
Summary: This major three-volume collection – offered in the centenary year of Hayek’s birth – celebrates a lifetime of scholarship and original contributions that cross the… More
– Hamowy, Ronald. Cato Journal, 2003.
– Dalrymple, Theodore. City Journal. Spring 2005.
Summary: Economist and Hoover honorary fellow Friedrich Hayek spent seven decades extolling the supremacy of capitalism over socialism. For most of those decades, Hayek was a voice in the… More
– Boettke, Peter J. European Journal of Political Economy. Vol. 21, pp. 1042-1053, 2005.
Excerpt: The growing spirit of collectivism in Britain during the war provoked an Austrian economist who had taken refuge there, F. A. von Hayek, to write a polemical counterblast to the… More
– McNamara, Peter. Claremont Review of Books. Spring 2005.
Abstract: The basic thesis in The Road to Serfdom is that the lure of socialist ideology has the unintended and undesirable consequence of economic depravation and political tyranny when… More
– Caldwell, Bruce. Hayek's Challenge. Chicago, IL: University Of Chicago Press, December 15, 2005.
Excerpt: Friedrich Hayek was an influence on Ronald Reagan and a substantial influence on Margaret Thatcher, not to mention on a legion of lesser lights in the conservative and libertarian… More
– John Tomasi, "Hayek on Spontaneous Order and the Mirage of Social Justice," lecture, Manhattan Institute, June 20, 2007.
Summary: Friedrich A. Hayek is regarded as one of the preeminent economic theorists of the twentieth century, as much for his work outside of economics as for his work within it. During a… More
– Sandefur, Timothy. With responses by Daniel Klein, Bruce Caldwell, and John Hasnas. Cato Unbound. December 2009.
Excerpt: There is a problem with this simple reading of Hayek, however, and it has much vexed Hayek scholars. For while claiming to reject social justice, Hayek often invokes a standard of… More
– Roberts, Russ. Wall Street Journal, June 28, 2010.
In his lead essay, lawyer and legal theorist Timothy Sandefur proposes that Friedrich Hayek’s understanding of law and justice is flawed: Spontaneous order may be a descriptively accurate… More
– Caldwell, Bruce. Heritage Foundation. February 1, 2011.
Excerpt: He was born in the 19th century, wrote his most influential book more than 65 years ago, and he’s not quite as well known or beloved as the sexy Mexican actress who shares his… More
– Taylor, John B. City Journal. Summer 2012.
Abstract: The economist Friedrich Hayek attempted in his writings to spotlight the interlocking set of ideas—constructivist rationalism, scientism, socialism, “the engineering… More
– Allen, Charlotte, The Weekly Standard, July 1, 2013.
Excerpt: Few thinkers of the past century understood the importance of economic freedom better than the Austrian economist Friedrich Hayek did. As we confront our current situation,… More
Excerpt: “In the long run, we are all dead,” Keynes famously declared, throwing down the gauntlet to classical economics. He believed that governments have a duty to intervene in the… More
– YouTube video, from Look Magazine, 1940s.
In the 1940s, Look Magazine made a comic strip of Hayek’s classic book ‘The Road to Serfdom.’
– YouTube video, Liberty in Our Time.
Friedrich August von Hayek discusses economics and philosophy with students at Stanford University in the 1970’s.
– Interview with Hayek, Common Sense Capitalism.
– Interview with Hayek, Common Sense Capitalism.
– Audio, Interview on Meet the Press, June 22, 1975.
– “Is There a Case for Private Property.” Firing Line. Columbia S.C.: Southern Educational Communications Association, 1977.
Firing Line with William F. Buckley
– Interview of Hayek, Firing Line, YouTube video.
Nobel Laureate F A Hayek is interviewed by Firing Line’s William F. Buckley Jr regarding unemployment, inflation, and John Maynard Keynes.
– Interview of Hayek, Firing Line, YouTube video.
From Firing Line, William F Buckley Jr hosts a discussion on social justice with George Roche III (Hillsdale College) and Noble Laureate economist F. A. Hayek.
– A lecture presented by Hayek on June 10, 1977, YouTube video, Liberty in Our Time.
– The Hayek Interviews, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Date unspecified.
– The Hayek Interviews, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, 1978.
Dr. Hayek speaks with Dr. Axel Leijonhufvud primarily about his academic career and intellectual pursuits. First Dr. Hayek tells of his eclectic course of study at university, including law… More
– The Hayek Interviews, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, October 28, 1978.
The influences on Dr. Hayek are numerous and varied. In this video, Dr. Hayek talks with Dr. Earlene Craver about his childhood and adolescence, including his interest in genetics and… More
– The Hayek Interviews, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, November 11, 1978.
The dynamic development of laws interacting with legislation and politicians is discussed by Friedrich Hayek in this interview with James Buchanan. Examining the concept of social justice,… More
– The Hayek Interviews, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, 1978.
– The Hayek Interviews, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, November 4, 1978.
In this interview focusing on Hayek’s personal life, the importance of early academic experiences in his life are explored. Once in academia, his popular seminar and some of his… More
– The Hayek Interviews, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, November 12, 1978.
Focusing primarily on the law, Robert Bork discovers the evolution of laws, legislation and society. Starting with the influences on his theory of law, John Stuart Mill and Charles Darwin… More
– The Hayek Interviews, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, November 15, 1978.
Focusing on the political implications of Hayek’s ideas, Thomas Hazlett explores the position of governments in contemporary times. The development of government as a spontaneous… More
– YouTube video, date unknown.
Relating his professional contacts to his research, Dr. Hayek tells several anecdotes and describes the influence of numerous colleagues on his work. Tracing the rise of Keynesianism, Dr.… More
– University of Freiburg, May 31, 1980.
In this exclusive video, Nobel-laureate F. A. Hayek discusses the evolution of morality and social norms, arguing that they result from unplanned, emergent processes. He contrasts this… More
Bernard LEVIN in conversation with economist Professor Freidrich HAYEK. Broadcast: 31st May 1980 at the University of Freiburg.
– Friedrich A. Hayek interviewed by John O'Sullivan in 1985.
– Firing Line, December 13, 1990.
– BookNotes, C-Span, 1994.
– BookNotes, C-Span, 1994.
– Audio, Liberty Fund: Indianapolis, 1999.
– The Intellectual Portrait Series: The Life and Thought of Friedrich A. Hayek (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2003).
– Audio, Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2003.
– EconStories, January 23, 2010.
This is a collection of 7 lectures which were given between October 7 and November 13 1999 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Austrian economist Friedrich von Hayek. The… More
– Bruce Caldwell, INET Conference, King’s College, Cambridge University, April 8-11, 2010.
Econstories.tv is a place to learn about the economic way of thinking through the eyes of creative director John Papola and creative economist Russ Roberts. In Fear the Boom and Bust, John… More
– A love song for economist F. A. Hayek. Original song by Dorian Electra, December 19, 2010.
– Audio, EconTalk, January 10, 2011.
Excerpt: Tonight I will talk briefly about the Keynes-Hayek relationship, then will focus on some of Hayek’s insights that may be of relevance today. In the process I hope to clear up… More
– EconStories, YouTube, April 27, 2011.
Bruce Caldwell of Duke University and the General Editor of the Collected Works of F. A. Hayek, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about Hayek, his life, his ideas, his books, and… More
– CATO Institute panel, BookTV, C-SPAN, April 28, 2011.
Produced by Emergent Order. Visit us at http://emergentorder.com. “Fight of the Century” is the new economics hip-hop music video by John Papola and Russ Roberts… More
– Interview with Hayek, date and location unknown, YouTube video.
The Constitution of Liberty is a book by Austrian economist and Nobel Prize recipient Friedrich A. Hayek. The book was first published in 1960 by the University of Chicago Press, and it is… More
The great free-market economist F.A. Hayek is interviewed by Dr. Gary North. Date and location this interview was conducted is unknown.
– Interview with Hayek, date and location unknown, YouTube video.
The great free-market economist F.A. Hayek is interviewed by Dr. Gary North. Date and location this interview was conducted is unknown.
– Episode 2, BBC series, September 2012.
– Conference, Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond, April 12, 2013.
According to conventional wisdom, today’s global financial crisis happened because markets were not regulated enough. But what if the opposite is true? That it was excessive… More
– Online Course, Instructor: Tyler Cowen, Marginal Revolution University, December 2013.
The Jepson School of Leadership Studies brought together invited scholars to explore economist Friedrich A. Hayek’s contributions to political economy in theory and practice and his… More
– The Hayek Interviews, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, 1978.
In this video series, Professor Tyler Cowen leads you on an essay-by-essay discussion of Friedrich Hayek’s essential economics text, Individualism and Economic Order. Why is the use… More
Known as an economist to the world, Dr. Hayek talks with Jack High about the past and present in the realm of economics. Discussing the role of various economists had on his thinking,… More