Friedrich August von Hayek (May 8, 1899 - March 23, 1992) was an economist of the Austrian School noted for his defense of free-market capitalism against a rising tide of socialism thought in the mid-20th century. He also made important contributions to the fields of jurisprudence and cognitive science. Important works: The Road to Serfdom (1944) The Use of Knowledge in Society (1945) The Sensory Order (1952) The Constitution of Liberty
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F. A. Hayek and the Rebirth of Classical Liberalism
A study about the work of Hayek written by John N. Gray. Fully searchable.
Friedrich A. Hayek (1899-1992)
Friesian.com biography and summary of ideas.
Friedrich August Hayek
A brief biography from the Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.
Friedrich Hayek Quote Page
Quotes on Hayek from Thatcher, Keynes, Reagan, Edelman, Friedman, Fuster and others.
Friedrich the Great
Article in the Boston Globe by Virginia Postrel.
Various essays about Hayek on the internet.
Liberal Thinkers: F. A. von Hayek
A short biography from the site of Liberal International.
Marx, Hayek, and Utopia
Information about the book 'Marx, Hayek, and Utopia', maintained by the author, Chris Matthew Sciabarra.
Nobel Foundation Press Release
The press release naming Hayek the recipient of the 1974 Nobel prize for economics.
Salma Hayek vs. Friedrich Hayek Scorecard
A humorous comparison of the Scholar of Freedom to sexy starlet Salma Hayek.
Transcript for Friedrich Hayek
PBS show on Hayek with economists discussing his contributions.
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