Blanchard, James U. Policy Report. May-June 1984.
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 subjects ranging from economics (Prices and Production; Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle) to political philosophy (The Constitution of Liberty; Law, Legislation and Liberty) to the philosophy of science (The Sensory Order; The Counter-Revolution of Science). His latest book, to be published late this year, is The Fatal Conceit. Hayek, who will be 85 years old this fall, won the Nobel Prize in economics in 1974.
Prof. Hayek was recently interviewed at the University of Freiburg in Germany by James U. Blanchard III, chairman of the National Committee for Monetary Reform and a member of the Cato Institute’s Board of Directors.