Wednesday, November 1, 2006

Friedrich Hayek

Hayek's Law, Legislation and Liberty is not a fully successful book, but the distinction he makes between the general principles of liberal "law" and the excessively detailed and illiberal decrees of "legislation" is valuable as a heuristic. --Virginia Postrel, Law, Legislation, and Health Care Sausage, Dynamist, August 1, 2009

One of Hayek’s most original contributions to economic theory is the insight that economic systems are based primarily on information rather than resources. --Jesse Larner, Who’s Afraid of Friedrich Hayek? Dissent, Winter 2008 (via Arts & Letters Daily)

Cafe Hayek, by Don Boudreaux and Russ Roberts

Introduction to The Cambridge Companion to Hayek, edited by Edward Feser, from the series Cambridge Companions to Philosophy
(via Right Reason)

New York University Journal of Law & Liberty, Vol. 1, No. 0 (2005)

The Liberalism/Conservatism Of Edmund Burke and F. A. Hayek: A Critical Comparison, by Linda C. Raeder, Humanitas, 1997 No. 1

Friedrich August von Hayek songs, (1996) by Alexander 'Sasha' Volokh, The Volokh Conspiracy

Nobel Prize in Economics 1974

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