Hayek: A Collaborative Biography: Part IX: The Divine Right of the 'Free' Market

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Robert Leeson
Springer, Oct 4, 2017 - Business & Economics - 420 pages
F. A. von Hayek (1899-1992) was a Nobel Prize winning economist, famous for promoting an Austrian version of classical liberalism. This multi-volume biography examines the evolution of his life and influence.

In this ninth volume of Leeson's collaborative biography of Friedrich August von Hayek, a variety of well-known contributors discuss Hayek's views on the divine right of the market taking democratic and free-market principles into account.


What Is Hayek?
FaithBased Economics
Hayek Mises and the Iron Rule of Unintended Consequences
Accelerating the Climate of Hate The Austrian School of Economics Hayek and The New Hate
Christian Reconstructionism and the Austrian School of Economics
The Genealogy of Jaime Guzmáns Subsidiary State
Hayek Thatcher and the Muddle of the Middle
Economics and Religion What Is the Relationship? A Case Study of Nordic Social Democracy
Clerical Fascism Chile and Austria
Clerical Fascism Portugal Spain and France
Austria the Past and AntiSemitism

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Robert Leeson has published numerous articles in top class journals (such as the Economic Journal and Economics and History of Political Economy). In addition to writing and editing nineteen books, he is the co-editor (with Charles Palm) of The Collected Writings of Milton Friedman. He has been Visiting Professor of Economics at Stanford University, USA since 2005, National Fellow and Visiting Scholar at the Hoover Institution since 1995 and Adjunct Professor at Notre Dame Australia University since 2008. He has held other visiting positions at Cambridge University, the University of California, Berkeley, the University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara University and the University of Western Ontario.

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