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Friedrich Hayek
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1947 - 1961 - Wilhelm Röpke (en) Aistrigh
Saol
Eolas breithe Vín, Bealtaine 8, 1899
Náisiúntacht An Ostair
An Ríocht Aontaithe
Áit chónaithe Freiburg im Breisgau (en) Aistrigh
Bás Freiburg im Breisgau (en) Aistrigh, Márta 23, 1992
Áit adhlactha Neustifter Friedhof (en) Aistrigh
Muintir
Athair August von Hayek
Céile/Céilí Helen Berta Maria von Fritsch (en) Aistrigh
Helene Bitterlich (en) Aistrigh
Teaghlach
Oideachas
Alma mater Ollscoil Vín
Ollscoil Nua-Eabhrac
Leibhéal oideachais ollamh
Stiúrthóir tráchtais Ludwig von Mises
Friedrich von Wieser
Mic léinn dochtúireachta David D. Friedman (en) Aistrigh
Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson (en) Aistrigh
Abba P. Lerner (en) Aistrigh
Sho-Chieh Tsiang (en) Aistrigh
Teangacha An Béarla
An Ghearmáinis
Múinteoirí Ludwig von Mises
Mic léinn Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson (en) Aistrigh
Gairm
Gairm eacnamaí, fealsamh, staraí, eolaí polaitiúil agus múinteoir ollscoile
Fostóirí Ollscoil Salzburg
Ollscoil Chicago
Ollscoil Nua-Eabhrac
Ollscoil Freiburg
London School of Economics
Saothar iomráiteach An Bóthar chun an tSeirfeachais
Law, Legislation and Liberty (en) Aistrigh
The Fatal Conceit (en) Aistrigh
The Constitution of Liberty (en) Aistrigh
Duais
Ainmníodh é/í le haghaidh
Ballraíocht Mont Pelerin Society (en) Aistrigh
Seirbhís mhíleata
Throid sé/sí ag An Chéad Chogadh Domhanda
Creideamh
Reiligiúin Agnóisí
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Eacnamaí agus fealsamh ab ea Friedrich August Hayek (8 Bealtaine 1899 - 23 Márta 1992), a rugadh san Ostair-Ungáir mar Friedrich August von Hayek agus is minic a dtugtar F.A. Hayek air. B'Ostarach é, ach ina dhiaidh sin d'iompaigh sé ina Bhriotanach, agus is fearr aithne air mar chosantóir an liobrálachais clasaicigh.

Sa bhliain 1974, bhain sé (agus Gunnar Myrdal), Duais Nobel san Eolaíocht Gheilleagrach amach, mar gheall ar a "obair cheannródaíoch i dteoiric an airgid agus luaineachtaí eacnamaíocha agus ... anailís threáiteach ar idirspleáchas na feiniméin eacnamaíocha, sóisialta agus institiúide".

Bhí Hayek ina eacnamaí mór le rá agus ina smaointeoir polaitiúil de chuid an fichiú haois. Meastar cuntas Hayek, ar an gcaoi a gcuireann athrú i bpraghasanna faisnéis in iúl, a chuireann ar chumas daoine aonair a gcuid pleananna a chomhordú, mar éacht tábhachtach san eacnamaíocht. Chuir sé chomh maith leis na réimsí a bhaineann le smaointeoireacht córais, dlí-eolaíocht, néareolaíocht agus stair na smaointe.

Leabharliosta[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

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  • Birner, Jack, and Rudy van Zijp, eds. (1994). Hayek: Co-ordination and Evolution: His legacy in philosophy, politics, economics and the history of ideas
  • LSE, 27 Eanáir 1981
    Birner, Jack (2009). "From group selection to ecological niches. Popper's rethinking of evolutionary theory in the light of Hayek's theory of culture", in S. Parusnikova & R.S. Cohen eds. (Spring 2009). "Rethinking Popper", Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science. Vol. 272,
  • Boettke, Peter J. (Winter 1995). "Hayek's the Road to Serfdom Revisited: Government Failure in the Argument against Socialism", Eastern Economic Journal Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 7–26 in JSTOR
  • Brittan, Samuel (2006). "Hayek, Friedrich August (1899–1992)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, online
  • Caldwell, Bruce (2005). Hayek's Challenge: An Intellectual Biography of F.A. Hayek.
  • Caldwell, Bruce (December 1997). "Hayek and Socialism", Journal of Economic Literature Vol. 35, No. 4, pp. 1856–1890 in JSTOR
  • Cohen, Avi J. (2003). "The Hayek/Knight Capital Controversy: the Irrelevance of Roundaboutness, or Purging Processes in Time?" History of Political Economy 35(3): 469–490. ISSN: 0018-2702 Fulltext: online in Project Muse, Swetswise and Ebsco
  • Doherty, Brian (2007). Radicals for Capitalism: A Freewheeling History of the Modern American Libertarian Movement
  • Douma, Sytse and Hein Schreuder, (2013). "Economic Approaches to Organizations". 5th edition. London: Pearson [1] ISBN 0-273-73529-2ISBN 978-0-273-73529-8
  • Ebeling, Richard M. (March 2004). "F. A. Hayek and The Road to Serfdom: A Sixtieth Anniversary Appreciation" (The Freeman,
  • Ebeling, Richard M. (March 2001). "F. A. Hayek: A Biography" Ludwig von Mises Institute
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  • Feldman, Jean-Philippe. (December 1999) "Hayek's Critique Of The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights". Journal des Économistes et des Études Humaines, Volume 9, Issue 4 : 1145–6396.
  • Frowen, S. ed. (1997). Hayek: economist and social philosopher
  • Gamble, Andrew (1996). The Iron Cage of Liberty, an analysis of Hayek's ideas
  • Goldsworthy, J. D. (1986). "Hayek's Political and Legal Philosophy: An Introduction" [1986] SydLawRw 3; 11(1) Sydney Law Review 44
  • Gray, John (1998). Hayek on Liberty.
  • Hacohen, Malach (2000). Karl Popper: The Formative Years, 1902–1945.
  • Horwitz, Steven (2005). "Friedrich Hayek, Austrian Economist". Journal of the History of Economic Thought 27(1): 71–85. ISSN: 1042-7716 Fulltext: in Swetswise, Ingenta and Ebsco
  • Hayek, Friedrich August (1948). Individualism and economic order. University of Chicago Press, ISBN 978-0-226-32093-9.
  • Issing, O. (1999). Hayek, currency competition and European monetary union
  • Jones, Daniel Stedman. (2012) Masters of the Universe: Hayek, Friedman, and the Birth of Neoliberal Politics (Princeton University Press; 424 pages)
  • Kasper, Sherryl (2002). The Revival of Laissez-Faire in American Macroeconomic Theory: A Case Study of Its Pioneers. Chpt. 4.
  • Kley, Roland (1994). Hayek's Social and Political Thought. Oxford Univ. Press.
  • Muller, Jerry Z. (2002). The Mind and the Market: Capitalism in Western Thought. Anchor Books.
  • Pavlík, Ján (2004). nb.vse.cz. F. A. von Hayek and The Theory of Spontaneous Order. Professional Publishing 2004, Prague, profespubl.cz.
  • Plant, Raymond (2009). The Neo-liberal State Oxford University Press, 312 pages
  • Rosenof, Theodore (1974). "Freedom, Planning, and Totalitarianism: The Reception of F. A. Hayek's Road to Serfdom", Canadian Review of American Studies
  • Samuelson, Paul A. (2009). "A Few Remembrances of Friedrich von Hayek (1899–1992)", Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 69(1), pp. 1–4. Reprinted at J. Bradford DeLong <eblog.
  • Samuelson, Richard A. (1999). "Reaction to the Road to Serfdom." Modern Age 41(4): 309–317. ISSN: 0026-7457 Fulltext: in Ebsco
  • Schreuder, Hein (1993). "Coase, Hayek and Hierarchy", In: S. Lindenberg & Hein Schreuder, eds., Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Organization Studies, Oxford: Pergamon Press
  • Shearmur, Jeremy (1996). Hayek and after: Hayekian Liberalism as a Research Programme. Routledge.
  • Tebble, Adam James (2009). "Hayek and social justice: a critique", Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 12 (4):581–604.
  • Tebble, Adam James (2010). Hayek, Continuum.
  • Touchie, John (2005). Hayek and Human Rights: Foundations for a Minimalist Approach to Law. Edward Elgar.
  • Vanberg, V. (2001). "Hayek, Friedrich A von (1899–1992)," International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, pp. 6482–6486. sciencedirect.com
  • Vernon, Richard (1976). "The 'Great Society' and the 'Open Society': Liberalism in Hayek and Popper." Canadian Journal of Political Science 9(2): 261–276. Issn: 0008-4239 Fulltext: in Jstor
  • Wapshott, Nicholas (2011). Keynes Hayek: The Clash That Defined Modern Economics, (W.W. Norton & Company) 382 pages ISBN 978-0-393-07748-3; covers the debate with Keynes in letters, articles, conversation, and by the two economists' disciples.
  • Weimer, W., and Palermo, D., eds. (1982). Cognition and the Symbolic Processes. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Contains Hayek's essay, "The Sensory Order after 25 Years" with "Discussion."
  • Wolin, R. (2004). The Seduction of Unreason: The Intellectual Romance with Fascism from Nietzsche to Postmodernism. Princeton University Press, Princeton.