Hayek continues to have a huge influence and this collection charts the various responses to his work up to the present day, addressing the many and multifaceted contributions that he has made to the study of economics and to the social sciences as a whole.
Hayek's reputation has gone through a remarkable cycle. An eminent exponent of the Austrian theory of business cycles in the 1930s, he was worsted in the controversy over Keynes' "Treatise on Money" (1930). Following this defeat, Hayek retreated into capital theory, an esoteric branch of economics in which few economists then took an active interest. He gave up economics altogether after the war and turned to psychology, political philosophy, philosophy of law and the history of ideas. However, in 1974 he won the Nobel prize and returned to mainstream economics as a leading critic of Keynesianism and an advocate of free banking as the answer to inflation. Today Hayek reigns supreme as the kind of moral philosopher and political economist that economics has not seen since Adam Smith.
Volume One 1. J. Shearmur, 'From Hayek to Menger, Biology, Subjectivism and Welfare', History of Political Economy, 22, 5, 1990, pp. 189-212. 2. M. Calonna, 'Hayek on Money and Equilibrium', Contributions to Political Economy, 9, 1990, pp. 43-68. 3. G. Mongiovi 'Keynes, Hayek and Sraffa, On the Origins of Chapter 17 of The General Theory', Economic Applique, 43, 2, 1990, pp. 131-156. 4. C.G. Leathers, 'Veblen and Hayek on Instincts and Evaluation', Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 12, 2, 1990, pp. 162-178. 5. G. Mongiovi, 'Keynes after Hayek and Sraffa: A Reply', Economic Applique, 44, 1, 1991, pp. 161-164. 6. D. Davis and A Williams, 'The Hayek Hypothesis in Experimental Auctions: Institutional Effects and Market Power', Economic Inquiry, 29, 2, 1991, pp. 261-274. 7. G.M. Hodgson, 'Hayek's Theory of Cultural Evolution: An Evaluation in the Light of Vanberg's Critique', Economics and Philosophy, 7, March 1991, pp. 67-82. 8. L. Moss, 'The Chicago. Intellectual Right Tradition and the Reconciliation of Coase and Hayek', Eastern Economic Journal, 17, 2, April-June 1991, pp. 145-156. 9. J.T.J.M. van der Linden, 'In Memoriam: Frederick August von Hayek', Journal of Income Distribution, 1, 2, Fall 1991, pp. 308-312. 10.K. Hong, 'Austrian Capital Theory and "Dynamic" Analysis if Schumpeter vs Hayek', Seoul Journal of Economics, 5, 2, Summer 1992, pp. 167-192. 11. M.J. Gootzeit, 'Davidson and Hayek on the Role of Effective Money in Transforming the Cumulative Process into a Real Theory of Growth', Economic Applique, 45, 2, 1992, pp. 87-104 12. M.S. Lawler and B.L. Horn, 'Notes on the Sraffa-Hayek Exchange', Review of Political Economy, 4, 3, 1992, pp. 317-340. 13. G.R. Steele, 'Hayek's Contribution to Business Cycle Theory: A Modern Assessment', History of Political Economy 24, Summer 1992, pp. 197-211. 14. J.M. Buchanan, 'I Did Not Call Him "Fritz": Personal Reflections of Professor F.A.v Hayek', Constitutional Political Economy, 3, 2, Spring-Summer 1992, pp. 129-135. 15. C. Zappia, 'The Economics of F.A. Hayek: A Comment', History of Economic Ideas, 1, 1, 1993, pp. 193-205. 16. G.R. Steele, 'Philosophical Perceptions and Precepts of Political Economy: Frederick Hayek and John Maynard Keynes', Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 40, 1, February 1993, pp. 88-103. 17. M.E. Streit, 'Cognition, Completion and Catallaxy: In Memory of Frederick August von Hayek', Constitutional Political Economy, 4, 2, Spring-Summer 1993, pp. 223-262. 18. G.B. Christansen, 'What Keynes Really Said to Hayek about Planning', Challenge, 36, 4, July-August 1993, pp. 50-53. 19. R.W. Brazelton, 'Alvin Harvey Hansen: A Note on His Analysis of Keynes and Commons', Journal of Economic Issues, 27, 3, September 1993, pp. 940-948. 20. J.T. Salerno, 'Mises and Hayek Dehomogenized: Review Essay', Review of Austrian Economics, 6, 2, September 1993, pp. 13-46. 21. M. Blaug, 'Hayek Revisited', Critical Review, 7, 1, Winter 1993, pp. 51-60. 22. H.H. Hoppe, 'F.A. Hayek on Government and Social Evolution: A Critique', Review of Austrian Economics, 7, 1, 1994, pp. 67-93. 23. V. Vanberg 'Hayek's Legacy and the Future of Liberal Thought: Rational Liberalism vs. Evolutionary', Agnosticism Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines, 5, 1994, pp. 451-481. Volume II 24. L.B. Yeager, 'Mises and Hayek on Calculation and Knowledge', Review of Austrian Economies, 7, 2, 1994, pp. 93-109. 25. J.T. Salerno, 'Mises and Hayek on Calculation and Knowledge: Reply', Review of Austrian Economies, 7, 2, 19
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